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Correct spelling for GEMERATION
We think the word gemeration 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 gemeration
- Cremation(Definition of cremation)
- Generation(Definition of generation)
- Creation(Definition of creation)
- Gyration(Definition of gyration)
- Migration(Definition of migration)
- Germination(Definition of germination)
- Numeration(Definition of numeration)
Ten minutes of desultory and forced conversation about pinewoods and golf and cremation.
Now there is a sense in which human nature is the same, generation after generation.
Creation was a miracle in this sense of the word.
All this time bonaparte blenkins was sloping down from the house in an aimless sort of way; but he kept one eye fixed on the pigsty, and each gyration brought him nearer to it. waldo stood like a thing asleep when bonaparte came close up to him.
The united states therefore received a migration of the highest character and of inestimable benefit to the country.
Germination soon begins, and rapid growth succeeds in the moist mud; while these crops do not need or receive any further irrigation except from rain, which may fall two or three times in the course of growth.
One might, of course, do better business by dropping it as a scottish review, and starting another english magazine in london under the same name, and with a continuity of numeration.