What is the correct spelling for ATTSION?

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Correct spellings for ATTSION

  • action He had seen that action of Nash's.
  • actuation
  • addition
  • adhesion If closed, the hands should be cleaned and disinfected, and the adhesion broken down with the fingers.
  • adoption The second remedy is the one towards whose adoption we are rapidly working.
  • agitation The visitor took in her agitation directly.
  • allusion The subject-the one real subject, had thus been altogether avoided at this first meeting with the man of the house, and the evening passed without any allusion to it.
  • artisan The peer eats no more bread-probably he eats less-than the peasant; even when all his family and servants are reckoned, the quantity of bread consumed is comparatively little more than in an artisan 's household; but while the peasant and the artisan would be made to feel with every mouthful that they were being starved in order that others might thrive, the few shillings a week that the peer would have to pay would be but a drop spilt from a full bucket, the loss of which no one could perceive.
  • asian Some of his former correspondents in other parts of the world, not entirely satisfied with the Asian and East Indian systems of education, shipped their sons to Mr. Gray.
  • atone "You don't know how pathetic it seems to me," she confided in Honor, "his self-conviction and efforts to atone .
  • attain The chief of the tribe, who dwelt in the river of the Marshpees, and who was also their guardian spirit, was of a far larger size than the people of his nation usually are, being as long as a man, and quite as thick, which my brother knows is a size that few of his people attain .
  • attention Peggy's eyes returned to him and fixed him with grave attention .
  • attrition
  • attune
  • auction
  • audition
  • aversion
  • citation
  • edition
  • elation
  • elision
  • erosion
  • evasion
  • mutation
  • notation
  • option
  • oration Thus the Italian Rabbi Segri, in an oration in honour of Napoleon's birthday said: "Truly a supernatural genius appeared upon earth, invested with greatness and infinite fame."
  • ovation
  • partition
  • rotation
  • station
  • titian Fame and wealth awaited Titian wherever he went, and before long he was invited to Rome that he might paint the portrait of the Pope.
  • torsion
  • tuition
  • Adaption
  • Attaching
  • Addison
  • Eaton
  • Eton
  • ATTN
  • outshone

138 words made from the letters ATTSION