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  • action Seems like I was a kid; but I've grown up into a man all of a sudden, and I'm startin' on a new line of action.
  • addition In addition to getting together all this material, ponies and drivers had to be engaged.
  • agitation But to my amazement she did nothing of what I looked for, but cried out in great agitation and, as it seemed, fear: "You mustn't see Lord Carford."
  • auction "They want to auction off my sandwiches," she explained, "and they won't listen."
  • audition By convention, some actors choose to not direct their speech to the audition panel if they are doing an on-stage audition.
  • aviation Kenneth, great service in aviation, 283 Wiley, Capt.
  • cation Additionally, some synthetic routes make use of cyclopropenium ring openings yielding an allylcarbene cation.
  • caution Thus appealed to, the youth echoed Oliver's opinion, and added that the remark of Cuttance about his intention not to do something unknown that night, and Joe Tonkin's muttered expressions of disbelief and an intention to watch, seemed to him sufficient to warrant unusual caution in the matter of locks, bolts, and bars.
  • diction Written down as soon as possible after awaking from the slumber during which they presented themselves, these narratives, necessarily unstudied in style, and wanting in elegance of diction, have at least the merit of fresh and vivid colour; for they were committed to paper at a moment when the effect and impress of each successive vision were strong and forceful on the mind.
  • edition On examination, several errors were found in this edition, and a new one was published in 1662, to which another treatise by Agobard was added.
  • equation 314-315, and elsewhere, Fisher indicates that all the causes affecting prices operate through the factors in the equation of exchange.
  • eviction Nevertheless, eviction means as much misery to the shiftless Hibernian as his cup is well capable of holding.
  • fiction A new series dealing with an idea altogether original in juvenile fiction,-the adventures of a party of bright, enterprising youngsters in a splendid motor car.
  • ignition The temperature of ignition of the finished powder should not be below 172 deg. C., and when subjected to the heat or stability test, it is required to resist exposure to a temperature of 71 deg. C. for thirty minutes without causing discoloration of the test paper.
  • inaction Oppressed by his varying emotions, destitute alike of consolation and advice, the very inaction of his present position sensibly depressed him.
  • legation Such was the aspect of affairs at the American Legation in London.
  • ligation
  • negation
  • option
  • unction

40 words made from the letters igition

3 letter words made from igition:

tog, nit, gin, nog, nig, tin, iii, ton, ion, not.

4 letter words made from igition:

togi, iing, itno, ogin, ting, goit, igon, inti, itoi, iton, gion, ingi, giti, goti, tion, igno, ngoi, iino, iong, nito.

5 letter words made from igition:

togni, tigon, gitin, tingo, ngiti, tiong, ingot, toing, itogi, tinio.

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