Correct spelling for EXCELERATION
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Possible correct spellings for exceleration
- acceleration "After that the acceleration should continue properly without much attention.
- exaggeration The cries, the heat, I may say without exaggeration, the smoke of their torment which ascended can be compared to nothing earthly.
- exasperation Her evident concern alarmed her father to the point of exasperation.
- exclamation Landolin started up with an angry exclamation.
- exculpation "You brought it on yourself," said Louisa, in self-exculpation.
- execration But if Lane should go out of these woods with his story and that girl to back it he can hold you up to execration by every decent person in the State.
- exhilaration The morrow was a bright September morn; The earth was beautiful as if new-born; There was that nameless splendor everywhere, That wild exhilaration in the air, Which makes the passers in the city street Congratulate each other as they meet.
- exoneration discharge, n. firing, burst, blast, volley, fusillade, salvo; acquittance, exoneration, quittance, release; fulfillment, observance, performance; dismissal; liquidation, payment evacuation, emission, ejection, exudation, excretion voiding; quietus.
- exploration For any man thirsting to learn more about geography and exploration, there was no more vital spot in Europe than Lisbon in the fifteenth century.
- accelerations The third and most common was a sad melody, not too quick nor too slow, with temporary accelerations to suit words of a more slippery character in their pronunciation, or when sung in a pianissimo tone.
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Misspelling of the day
- con currant
- concur rant