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Correct spelling for QUESIONED
We think the word quesioned 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 quesioned
- Quashed(Definition of Quashed)
- Cushioned(Definition of cushioned)
- Visioned(Definition of Visioned)
- Quenched(Definition of quenched)
- Sectioned(Definition of sectioned)
A comprehensive, upstream, auctioned cap-and-trade system is very similar to a comprehensive, upstream carbon tax.
Usurped authority can only be quashed by the force of legitimate authority.
In her own room, she slid down into a large cushioned chair and sobbed her heart out.
Soon there was only one noisy crowd, and that was round her landau, where she queened it among outstretched glasses, her yellow hair floating on the breeze and her snowy face bathed in the sunshine.
When the office boy came, he cautioned him not to awaken rayder.
And again she quenched a feeble effort of mine to get back to my old place, by telling me such topics she could discuss only with her sister, "her shadow sister" she prettily called her.
"lieutenant," she questioned in a clear tone which seemed to command an answer, "i have always found you an impartial friend.