Correct spelling for DISITATION

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Possible correct spellings for disitation

  • Citation
  • But the argument is inconclusive because the words agree closely enough with the septuagint to render the supposition very probable that they are a memorized citation from it.

  • Hesitation
  • The duc de broglie, in view of this crushing defeat, was ready to withdraw, and mac-mahon, after some hesitation, accepted his resignation.

  • Destitution
  • Destitution worthy of interest!

  • Situation
  • The peculiarities of their situation make this mode of delivering in a fresh state a necessity.

  • Dictation
  • Of these the most acrid, namely, those of peltier's paper, "l'ambigu," had already received the reprobation of the british ministry; but, as had been previously explained at amiens, the addington cabinet decided that it could not venture to curtail the liberty of the press, least of all at the dictation of the very man who was answering the pop-guns of our unofficial journals by double-shotted retorts in the official "moniteur."

  • Dissipation
  • Hughie was of irish descent, and middle size, but compact, lithe, and muscular, with a not unkindly face, which, however, showed but too plainly the marks of habitual dissipation.

  • Dissertation
  • Talentonius's dissertation about them: and upon examination do find, that neither the humane authorities, nor divine that they alledge, do any ways prove, as they pretend, the being of men pygmies.

  • Distortion
  • When a man thus wean'd from the world, and all the hopes of life, should be drawn forth from his dark and solitary dungeon, once more enjoy the open air, and see himself exposed to gazing multitudes, there met on purpose to feed their curiosity at his expence; when the paleness of his countenance, and the shaking of every limb, should, without disguise, reveal the motions of his heart; and his spirits neither confounded, nor buoy'd up by inebriating liquors, should discover their real condition and incapacity to uphold their trembling tenement; the spectacle would be awful, and strike the hearts of the beholders: when seated on the ignominious cart, by his restless posture, the distortion of his features, and the continual wringing of his hands, he should disclose his woe within, and the utmost depth of sorrow: when we should hear his shrill cries and sad complaints interrupted with bitter sobs and anxious groans, and now and then, at sudden starts, see floods of tears gushing from his distracted eyes, how thoroughly would the concurrence of so many strong evidences convince us of the pangs, the amazing horror, and unspeakable agonies of his excruciated soul!

  • Station
  • 15,154. are the tenants in the neighbourhood of that station under any obligation to fish for you?

  • Visitation
  • "tis a visitation o' some kind," said bill.

  • Distention
  • In many cases the distention of the stomach by a heavy meal, especially if the heart has been rendered sensitive by the taking of stimulants, will have the same effect.

  • Destination
  • But though his mind oscillated like a pendulum, yet each time it swung farther and farther over to the side of the democracy, and it began to look as if he would certainly in the end come to a halt in the camp of the enemies of the whigs; his approach to this destination was merely hastened by clay's overbearing violence and injudicious taunts.

    The final destination used to be my main question

    – 4000 Miles by blackalicious
  • Dilatation
  • Although dilatation has been completed, the uterine contractions continue, devoting their force to emptying the womb.

  • Distillation
  • The colonial government did not allow those engaged in the manufacture of sugar to distil rum from the molasses until the year 1862. they had, therefore, little inducement to extract, at a certain expense, a substance the value on which they were not permitted to realize; but under ordinary circumstances the distillation of the rum not only covered the cost of refining, but gave, in addition, a fair margin of profit.

  • Disputation
  • Almost immediately opposite him, on a raised platform against a pillar, stood two high seats occupied by deans nowell and day, who were to conduct the disputation, and who were now talking with their heads together while a secretary was arranging a great heap of books on the table before them.

312 words made from the letters disitation

5 letter words made from disitation:

iodas, stand, sodii, tonti, aodin, indos, adoni, diani, ostan, sitti, tanit, satti, inadi, osani, tanto, notat, tatin, naito, taito, stoat, titon, tista, notas, sonda, daini, stoit, tiida, osita, tinio, aditi, tions, tosti, tanii, datin, saiid, ionia, siani, ation, saini, nitto, tinti, tanti, otani, tandi, santi, iotas, titan, siano, titis, tinos, satit, donts, stoda, dison, todas, doats, tondi, india, niais, titid, toast, isnot, aiton, natio, isnad, titin, nitti, sitio, sandt, adios, tiant, dinos, adsit, sidin, natos, ainsi, taits, nitai, disti, sidot, sotti, onias, dosai, siida, isitt, donas, dosan, aisin, doits, sinta, sitno, dotts, taosi, ditto, diosa, aints, saint, ditan, aidin, stoia, anisi, nsaid, danso, stint, iodin, ditts, satin, tsadi, sitia, distt, ondas, iaido, tisin, nitid, stati, sitin, todai, sioni, anido, aidos, idiot, tatoi, natto, sinti, ostad, danto, notti, ianto, dints, sonti, taint, niota, anios, stato, sidon, stoai, toits, staid, oints, donta, dasti, sadio, stadt, dotan, atoni, tiano, adits, astin, dains, dosti, aidoi, stain, titia, datto, dosta, saton, iniad, totin, tinds, dinas, iodan, aidit, sinai, saito, doina, tints, idtis, tosin, danio, dinis, satto, daito, insta, danti, isoda, antos, tinta, tonis, tsion, idant, sitta, dotti.

4 letter words made from disitation:

3 letter words made from disitation:

dis, ant, din, ton, son, tao, dna, ado, sin, tan, ida, tai, iii, sat, dos, iso, dia, nad, tia, tin, tot, iod, sad, ani, nit, dit, tit, tdt, tat, don, sit, tad, sod, aid, doa, sot, dts, ans, ion, ain, nod, not, oat, das, tnt, dot, tod, ido, dat, oas.