Correct spelling for ACCERERATION
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Possible correct spellings for accereration
- acceleration He found that the acceleration of a body by a force is inversely proportional to its mass, and formulated the equation that force equals mass time acceleration.
- exaggeration We told her a little of the truth, and a little, I'm afraid, which was an exaggeration.
- excoriation This excoriation must be done first crossways, and then lengthways, so as thoroughly to scratch up the whole surface of the nail, leaving it rough and white.
- excretion It is nowadays explained as the effect of the excretion of carbonic acid gas and of the generated anthropotoxin; another explanation makes it a nervous phenomenon in which the mere recognition that release is impossible causes fainting, the loss of consciousness.
- execration We find none of the rollicking vituperation and execration in which Plautus revels.
- exoneration Whereas Mr. Thomas Lining, Mr. Alexander Schields and Mr. William Boyd, have presented to this Assembly two Papers: One containing the Expressions of their Purpose and Promise, of being subject to the Authority of this Church, as formerly Constituted, and now Restored, in its several Judicatories: The other Offered for the Exoneration of their Consciences.
- expiration He held his archiepiscopal dignity only one year, at the expiration of which he was banished from England: he then retired to Jumieges, where he died the following spring, and was buried in the choir of the church which he had begun to raise.
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Misspelling of the day
- con currant
- concur rant