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Correct spelling for DICSION

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Possible correct spellings for dicsion

  • Derision(Definition of derision)
  • They used to be fond of quoting in superior derision in their papers our, to them, utterly unintelligible baseball news.

  • Dixon
  • Dixon turned and looked at him with shrinking eyes, like the eyes of a dog that has been beaten.

  • Dictation(Definition of dictation)
  • Here she took some dictation-her mother seated close by, busy with her sewing, but not too busy to be graciousness itself to those men and women who desired sue's services.

  • Addiction(Definition of addiction)
  • Also, alcoholics had the highest cortisol levels after drinking stopped, demonstrating symptoms of withdrawal (a hormonal marker of alcohol addiction).

  • Fiction(Definition of fiction)
  • We are never at a loss how to take kipling in his "jungle book;" we are pretty sure that this is fact dressed up as fiction, and that much of the real life of the jungle is in these stories.

  • Decision(Definition of decision)
  • Gloria's remark, coming just when it did in king's perplexity, settled his decision firmly on him.

  • Dickson
  • Dickson himself trained that gun on the foremost or leading boat.

  • Digestion(Definition of digestion)
  • Full feeding means consumption of all grain and other food the animal can take without injuring digestion.

  • Diversion(Definition of diversion)
  • Mr. beckman had a single diversion.

  • Division(Definition of division)
  • The two curtilages are really one divided across the centre, and in each division is a small byzantine church, in which the service of the orthodox greek faith is conducted.

  • Direction(Definition of direction)
  • "we strolled away from the house together, in the direction of the river.

  • Depiction(Definition of depiction)
  • The official announcement in statstidende on 23 june 1938 described the new coat of arms as: "a blue shield, with a red portal, flanked by two red tower and a spire, with depiction of st.

  • Dijon
  • Then, when she heard i was so ill at dijon, she often telegraphed there four times a day to auntie, to the master of the hotel, to every one, so that they thought at dijon that i was quite 'une grande personage.

  • Discussion(Definition of discussion)
  • To-day they entered gravely into a discussion amongst themselves, as to whether british troops would have taken the position at fredericksburg.

  • Diction(Definition of diction)
  • The diction of these poems is likewise adapted with great accuracy to the sentiment, as it is generally concise, forcible, and expressive.

  • Diffusion(Definition of diffusion)
  • If we reflect on the part which commerce is made to perform in the moral government of the world, on the one hand as the bond of peace between powerful nations, by creating a perpetual interchange of temporal benefits; and, on the other, as the channel for the diffusion of blessings of an intellectual and spiritual kind; we are conducted irresistibly to the conclusion, that any arbitrary interruption of its free course must draw down its own punishment.

60 words made from the letters dicsion

3 letter words made from dicsion:

doc, cis, cio, ion, son, cos, sod, nod, ido, nsc, cns, don, iso, dis, scd, dos, sic, con, iod, sin, din.

5 letter words made from dicsion:

sonic, dison, ionic, sioni, socii, dinic, disco, indos, nicod, scion, cioni, indic, cions, dinis, sodii, dinos, sidin, icons, iodin, sidon.

4 letter words made from dicsion:

coin, cons, donc, scid, nido, disc, odin, iino, nods, indo, nidi, oids, nisi, sion, sidi, idio, icon, nodi, doin.
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