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Correct spelling for IMAGATIATON
We think the word imagatiaton 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 imagatiaton
- Emanation(Definition of emanation)
- Agitation(Definition of agitation)
- Emulation(Definition of emulation)
- Emaciation(Definition of emaciation)
- Ingratiating(Definition of ingratiating)
- Emigration(Definition of emigration)
- Imitation(Definition of imitation)
- Immigration(Definition of immigration)
- Inaction(Definition of inaction)
- Immolation(Definition of immolation)
- Importation(Definition of importation)
- Imagination(Definition of imagination)
- Magician(Definition of magician)
- Irrigation(Definition of irrigation)
- Imputation(Definition of imputation)
There was a sisterly gentleness in eva, an emanation of sympathy for her lover's friend, a somewhat romantic interest in the mystery of van maeren's fine dark eyes and insinuating voice, and a compassion for the deep byronic sorrows which she attributed to him-something like the esthetic pathos of a sentimental reader over the inexplicable woes of a hero of romance.
Philippe peered into the darkness and spoke with a slight agitation: "is some one in the chapel?
Emulation gave madame de maintenon higher and vaster views which, whilst gratifying the poor nobility, would cause her to be regarded as protectress in whom all the nobility would feel interested.
His hair was already silvering with grey, and no one who glanced at the senile emaciation of the face would have believed that he was only forty years old.
"they are indeed," replied thang-li, with that ingratiating candour that marked his whole existence.
You will see a man light a cigar so carelessly that one side of the roll will burn rapidly, with prodigious fumigation and giving out a dark and offensive cloud, while the other side remains untouched by the fire, only to wither and crackle and twist into uncouth shapes, until the smoker flings the cigar away, with an accompaniment of expletives which attach rather to his own stupidity than to the piece of tobacco he has so abominably abused.
Emigration in the year 1851 was far less common than it is now, and the interest was proportionately greater.
His examples of devotedness to the good of his country, his untiring industry, his intelligence, his moral worth-are all worthy of imitation and shed a rich unfading lustre upon his character.
The figures for 1900 are taken from the reports of the immigration commission, vol.
A lad about ten years old was brought to him by an aunt, who stated that the boy suffered much from diarrhoea, and was emaciating visibly; that he would not try any domestic remedy, was an obstinate fellow, and determined to take no medicine.
His opposition sketch of inaction was refreshed by an analysis of the character of hamlet.
There is no solution of it to be found but that of st. augustine, "that the immolation of blood, carrying an announcement of the future, testified from the beginning of the human race the passion of the mediator that was to be."
A large portion of the revenue, both of monte video and of province of buenos ayres, is raised by taxes on the importation of foreign goods, and the rate of duties is not excessive in either case.
The girl's hands were clasped tightly together, for now her imagination could tell her more than any words of another's.
A rich imagination And self-depreciation– Beyond These Walls by Badlees, The
What a magician a man with eyes would be among a race of sightless men; or a man with ears among a deaf population!
With the advice of technical experts of the university of california and of other authorities upon soil, irrigation, health, and various conditions which would affect the success of the colony, final selection was made of a tract at durham, butte county, california.
His father's name had helped; a patrimony large enough to relieve him of the perilous imputation of being a struggling man had certainly not hindered.