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Correct spelling for COMNINATION
We think the word comnination 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 comnination
- Commendation(Definition of commendation)
- Cognition(Definition of cognition)
- Compensation(Definition of compensation)
- Combination(Definition of combination)
- Lamination(Definition of lamination)
- Compilation(Definition of compilation)
- Communication(Definition of communication)
- Continuation(Definition of continuation)
- Coordination(Definition of coordination)
- Germination(Definition of germination)
- Coronation(Definition of coronation)
- Culmination(Definition of culmination)
- Rumination(Definition of rumination)
- Recombination(Definition of recombination)
- Nomination(Definition of nomination)
- Domination(Definition of domination)
Thence to the harp and ball i to drink, and so to the coffee-house in covent garden; but met with nobody but sir philip howard, who shamed me before the whole house there, in commendation of my speech in parliament, and thence i away home to dinner alone, my wife being at her tailor's, and after dinner comes creed, whom i hate, to speak with me, and before him comes mrs. daniel about business....
In the one case the object of cognition is present to my perceptive faculties; in the other it is recalled by the power of memory.
If you part with that power, not at present a valuable one, you are entitled to compensation.
There was in the man's aspect an extraordinary combination of ignorance, vanity, cunning and ferocity.
His annals are a compilation, a mass of rich material put together with extraordinary industry.
The sentence once passed, there is no appeal to a higher court, nor can a prisoner hold any communication whatever with the outer world.
It was too irritating that her combinations should fail because of a cuif whom she had thought to rule with a word, and upon whom she had counted without a thought.