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Correct spelling for CONENTRATION
We think the word conentration 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 conentration
- Condensation(Definition of condensation)
- Concentration(Definition of concentration)
- Contraption(Definition of contraption)
- Contraction(Definition of contraction)
- Contrition(Definition of contrition)
- Connotation(Definition of connotation)
- Confederation(Definition of confederation)
It is preferable that the stem of the valve stand nearly horizontal, so that any water of condensation may pass freely away with the steam and not collect and lie in the pipe as it does when vertical.
The first condition for successful industrial training is the concentration of a large number of pupils old enough to benefit by such training in a single school plant.
Chlorine and hypochlorites, even in minute doses, exert a toxic effect that is sufficient to produce death in organisms but when still smaller concentrations are employed the toxic effect is transient and the reproductive faculty may be entirely regained.
By dint of concentrating upon her grievance, she had worked herself into a passion by the end of the second act....
She determined to use the foot brake, a feat which was accomplished, under normal conditions, by pressing one foot firmly against a contraption somewhere beneath the steering post.
Perhaps it would not yet be safe to say that all forms of protoplasm are affected by the direct action of electric shocks; and yet the number of cases in which the contraction of protoplasm is shown to be affected by this agency increases every day.
Mrs. kildare was rather touched by the girl's contrition, her eagerness to be trusted.
Any one of these three terms carries with it, in the popular mind, a connotation of progressive constitutional involvement which is not justified by anything that physicians know with regard to these diseases.
The articles of confederation seem to be well liked.