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Correct spelling for ACASIONLY
We think the word acasionly 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 acasionly
- Action(Definition of action)
- Accusingly(Definition of accusingly)
- Actionable(Definition of actionable)
- Occasional(Definition of occasional)
- Auction(Definition of auction)
- Occasion(Definition of occasion)
- Occasionally(Definition of occasionally)
The action was natural enough, strong enough.
He gave you the impression of some one who watched, rather disdainfully, the ill-considered and impulsive actions of his fellow-men.
A forlorn sighing of wind in the bare boughs of a gaunt elm that stood before her window reminded her achingly of the wind drone among the tall firs.
Rick stared at him accusingly.
A corporation has no character like a natural person to defend, but a defamatory charge which directly affects its credit and injures its business reputation is an actionable one.
And suddenly he raises his voice and declares to all present: "seeing as we've an auction holding anyhow, and i've troubled the lensmand all this way, i'm willing to sell what i've got here on the place: the cart, live stock, a pitchfork, a grindstone.