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Correct spelling for SOLITICATION
We think the word solitication 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 solitication
A past overseer who detained the box in 1793 had to give it back after three years of litigation.
"good-morning, my lady," she said, gently, in answer to bettina's friendly salutation.
"morand did not see them go out for the obvious reason that they had left long before-in the middle of the night, directly after their altercation: in a word, before mlle.
As distinguished from igneous rocks, which form under pressure in the earth's hot interior, and from lava, which results from volcanic eruption when fluid igneous rocks are released from pressure, sedimentary rocks are formed by the solidification of precipitations in water, like limestone; or from material resulting from rock disintegrations washed down by streams, like sandstone and shale.
34. now one grand mistake of this is, that it supposes syllabication to fix the quantity, and quantity to determine the accent; whereas it is plain, that accent controls quantity, so far at least that, in the construction of verse, a syllable fully accented cannot be reckoned short.
We have spoken about the selection of land.
The movement towards socialism is receiving an impulse from a new and unexpected quarter, there is now a rentier socialism, and it is interesting to note that while the london times is full of schemes of great state enterprises, for the exploitation of colonial state lands, for the state purchase and wholesaling of food and many natural products, and for the syndication of shipping and the great staple industries into vast trusts into which not only the british but the french and italian governments may enter as partners, the so-called socialist press of great britain is chiefly busy about the draughts in the cell of mr. fenner brockway and the refusal of private scott duckers to put on his khaki trousers.