Correct spelling for DEDICTION

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  • dedication Later on, however, they quarrelled, and she wrote "Une Fausse Position," in which Balzac is represented in a decidedly unflattering light; and after this he naturally withdrew the dedication in "La Grenadiere."
  • deduction Yet, nobody realised at all that in condemning what was supposed to be the teaching and doctrine of Oscar Wilde, they were condemning merely supposititious deduction from his manner of life, which could not be in the least substantiated by any single line he had ever written.
  • defection The defection of the Monsieur was, however, only the beginning of Jones's troubles with the insubordinate officers.
  • dejection Although her resolution did not fail her, she walked forward more and more slowly, her dejection and weariness becoming almost overpowering.
  • depiction The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) – horror film based on the murders of two women by Ed Gein Trapped Beneath the Sea (1974) – television film loosely based on the 1973 Johnson Sea Link accident 1975 Dersu Uzala (1975) – Soviet-Japanese co-production film based on the 1923 memoir Dersu Uzala by Russian explorer Vladimir Arsenyev Dog Day Afternoon (1975) – depiction of the events surrounding a 1972 Brooklyn bank robbery, which American bank robber John Wojtowicz, played by Al Pacino, said was "only 30% true" The Hindenburg (1975) – depiction of German airship LZ 129 Hindenburg, which exploded on landing in 1937; the films sabotage theme was superseded by new evidence in the 1990s The Legend of Lizzie Borden (1975) – made-for-television movie directed by Paul Wendkos and starring Elizabeth Montgomery; based on the 1892 trial of Lizzie Borden and presented a fictionalized scenario in which Lizzie could have successfully gotten away with murder 1976 All the President's Men (1976) – reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein uncover the details of the Watergate scandal leading to President Nixons resignation Bound For Glory (1976) – biopic about Depression-era folk singer and social advocate Woody Guthrie Helter Skelter (1976) – an account of the Tate / Leno and Rosemary LaBianca murders in Los Angeles in 1969, perpetrated by the Manson Family Salon Kitty (1976) - erotic-war-drama based on the novel of the same name by Peter Norden, covering the Salon Kitty Incident The Message (1976 film) - epic biography movie about the life and times of Prophet Muhammad Sybil (TV 1976) – inspired by the life of Shirley Ardell Mason, who was diagnosed with multiple personality disorder The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case (TV 1976) – dramatization of the Lindbergh kidnapping, investigation, and trial of Bruno Hauptmann (Anthony Hopkins) The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976) – loosely based on the actual crimes attributed to an unidentified serial killer known as the Phantom Killer who terrorized the residents in the town of Texarkana, Texas 1977 A Bridge Too Far (1977) – the story of the failure of Operation Market Garden during World War II MacArthur (1977) – a retelling of World War II-era General of the Army Douglas MacArthurs life from 1942, before the Battle of Bataan, to 1952, after he had been removed from his Korean War command by President Truman for insubordination Operation Thunderbolt (1977) – based on the Israeli commando raid in Entebbe, Uganda, to release more than 100 hostages 1978 The Buddy Holly Story (1978) – biopic about Texas musician Buddy Holly Midnight Express (1978) – based on the book by William Hayes and his experiences after he is caught smuggling drugs out of Turkey and thrown into prison 1979 The Amityville Horror (1979) – based on the alleged real-life experiences of the Lutz family, who buys a new home in Long Island, only to flee after they experience a series of frightening paranormal events along with the murders of the DeFeo family by Ronald DeFeo, Jr.
  • detection It need hardly be stated that the effect upon the velocity ratio of an error so minute, and in that part of the contour, is so extremely small as to defy detection.
  • diction That his diction reflects the conversational language of the better classes is recognized.
  • medication Fresh air, sunlight, out-door exercise, plain, substantial food, regular hours, pleasant surroundings, and such medication as may be indicated, should be the course to follow.
  • redaction The third redaction, known as the Bychowiec Chronicle, elaborated even further on the legend, but also provided some useful information about the second half of the 15th century.
  • reduction They seemed to shut their eyes on the hourly reduction of their commands, and rode in advance of their brigades in dogged indifference.
  • seduction The greater portion of this force is proceeding in relieving an important frontier post, and in several incidental operations against hostile tribes of savages, rendered indispensable by the subserviency into which they had been seduced by the enemy-a seduction the more cruel as it could not fail to impose a necessity of precautionary severities against those who yielded to it.
  • Dedications Sir Balthazar Gerbier, in his "Counsel to Builders," has made up half the work with forty-two dedications, which he excuses by the example of Antonio Perez; but in these dedications Perez scatters a heap of curious things, for he was a very universal genius.
  • deductions Losely replied, 'that he had already, by correspondence, adjusted the dispute, having suggested deductions which the tradesman had agreed to, and that Mr. Gunston would only have to give a cheque for the balance- viz.

259 words made from the letters dediction

4 letter words made from dediction:

5 letter words made from dediction:

didio, dicot, nocte, dited, dinde, tenco, coted, iodid, dendi, nieto, iodin, dedic, ionic, nided, dinic, dieci, idiot, nicod, denti, noded, noite, nitid, dinei, tinio, donde, diode, ndeti, oncet, oddie, nicot, cedit, ecoid, denio, dicto, edict, tiden, indic, cnote, inced, intoe, tendo, toned, iinet, ideon, inite, ecton, citie, odden, netco, ndidi, conti, toine, odein, ontic, iteco, neddo, eddin, idite, cient, todde, dindi, dondi, teiid, cione, cinto, doten, centi, tieon, noted, indeo, itoen, indie, cioni, tecno, coden, tonci, toein, didot, didie, tined, inetd, codde, dodin, tonic, tiein, indec, didnt, cided, iceni, tondi.

3 letter words made from dediction:

otc, dec, doe, net, iod, ect, dod, cio, don, doc, tie, die, end, tec, den, ice, ded, oct, eon, edo, con, tic, ido, not, tin, ceo, nod, ted, odd, etc, dot, toe, dit, tod, din, ode, ten, ion, ddt, cot, one, ent, neo, ton, oed, edd, nit, nec.

6 letter words made from dediction:

condit, coeini, ncidod, tinded, iodite, incite, didone, identi, doited, indite, iodide, coedit, ticino, tineid, dicted, didion, otidid, condie, dinite, niotic, didnot, codend, noetic, tenido, notice, didcot, editio, intoed, iodine, octine, econit, identd, neotic, eciton, niceto, indict, ciento, dedini.

7 letter words made from dediction:

diction, odinite, deontic, inedito, noticed, edicion, tineoid, edition.

Misspelling of the day


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