Spellcheck.net

Correct spelling for SOULATION

We think the word soulation is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word

Possible correct spellings for soulation

  • Bogarted
  • Suasion
  • Desolation
  • It was the very picture of desolation and proud poverty.

  • Solutions
  • Solution
  • The solution, if there is any, the author must find in this world.

  • Valuation
  • Spoliation
  • He declared that as long as he had breath in his body he would resist all unjust schemes of spoliation, and would rather lose his life than betray the confidence bestowed upon him by perdikkas.

  • Suction
  • Situation
  • Have you got a situation?

  • Collation
  • But we shall not have the collation till three.

  • Simulation
  • James, in the supreme moment of the pure and innocent romance of which he was the hero, looked on love like his own as the highest crown of human life, and distrusted the efforts after the superhuman which too often were mere simulation or imitation; but a certain recollection of henry's warnings withheld him from pressing the matter, and he returned to his own joys and hopes, looking on the struggles he expected with a strong man's exulting joy, and not even counting the years of his captivity wasted, though they had taken away his first youth.

  • Station
  • At the police-station they laugh at the saint, and at those who believe in him.

  • Salutation
  • Madame piriac signalled to him a salutation of the finest good humour.

  • Violation
  • Salvation
  • And now, friend pigglewitch, let us take leave of each other, but first swear to me by all that you hold sacred, by the very salvation of your soul, that you never will reveal to a human being what has taken place between us, and that you will sail for america as soon as possible."

  • Isolation
  • Jackson sent lawton to reinforce him with the curt message: "tell general early to hold his position;" and although the generals grumbled at their isolation, pope was effectually deluded into the conviction that a serious attack had been repulsed, and that no further attempt to turn his right was to be immediately apprehended.

  • Summation
  • Elation
  • Elation in that quarter was ominous, and shelby drew a curtain.

X