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Possible correct spellings for soulotion

  • Desolation(Definition of desolation)
  • Pennyloaf was learning to depend upon these words for strength in her desolation.

  • Coalition(Definition of coalition)
  • It is most interesting to observe the gradual manner in which our civil government crystallized out of the original elements offered by the colonies; and it is wonderful to see with what wise deliberation and patriotic earnestness states differing so widely in manners, in religion, in colonial system, and even in blood and race, were brought together in harmonious coalition, bound with a bond which the greatest civil war of modern times failed to sever, and which it seems only to have confirmed and strengthened.

  • Pollution(Definition of pollution)
  • He may be received into church-fellowship-and, like the foolish virgins, be clear from outward pollution-have gone forth from the rudiments and traditions of men-and had their lamps, but still lost their precious souls.

  • Collation(Definition of collation)
  • He nearly told her to go home; but, reflecting that he might come back in quite a different mood, he asked her instead to occupy herself with the collation of some scattered notes upon joan of arc that were not yet incorporated into the scheme of the play.

  • Volition(Definition of volition)
  • As soon as their own huts were finished, the men, of their own volition, built a log church, where both officers and men, without distinction of rank, were accustomed to assemble during the winter evenings; and those rude walls, illuminated by pine torches cut from the neighbouring forest, witnessed such scenes as filled jackson's cup of content to overflowing.

  • Resolution(Definition of resolution)
  • He was pale and tired, but his eye had a light of resolution in it.

  • Isolation(Definition of isolation)
  • The word exile suggests, perhaps, to those who have never tried it, empty wastes, isolation, loneliness.

  • Salutation(Definition of salutation)
  • Every minute the king passed her sofa, biche raised her beautiful head and greeted her royal friend with an intelligent and friendly glance and a gentle wagging of her tail, and this salutation was returned each time by frederick before he passed on.

  • Simulation(Definition of simulation)
  • For simulation is difficult to the eye.

  • Bogarted
  • Suction(Definition of suction)
  • But, before she could get near enough, the suction of the retreating wave had swept ann out of her reach and the next incoming breaker thundered over her again.

  • Solomon(Definition of solomon)
  • Not even solomon in all his glory was arrayed in splendor greater than that displayed by amarilly when she set forth on sunday morning for st. mark's.

  • Solution(Definition of solution)
  • Her solution of the problem was a strange one.

  • Lotion(Definition of lotion)
  • Rub it in like lotion, juices flowin' everywhere like water in the ocean

    – The Horny Song by Vanilla Ice
  • Saloon(Definition of saloon)
  • They were assembled in a handsome saloon, which looked towards the street, while all were paying their compliments to the lovely donna theresa, and their congratulations to the young marquis, on his happiness at possessing so fair a bride, when a train of carriages was heard passing.

  • Soloing
  • Solutions
  • After the beginning of the new century, also, the employing class came to a better realization of the existence of the labor problem and sought solutions in ways that must be mentioned later.

  • Spoliation(Definition of spoliation)
  • The force of his character, the singularly favourable situation in which he stood with respect to foreign powers, the immense wealth which the spoliation of the abbeys placed at his disposal, and the support of that class which still halted between two opinions, enabled him to bid defiance to both the extreme parties, to burn as heretics those who avowed the tenets of the reformers, and to hang as traitors those who owned the authority of the pope.

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