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Correct spellings for FASION

  • asian Deep within the Asian land where contact had been made, the memories lived on, and some of the meaning of the diagrams beyond their outer shape had gained sway.
  • evasion There was no evasion about Wilson.
  • faction The gossip I heard about our office led me to think that each was waiting to see what headway Sim Peck and his faction would make; the "Journal" especially, I knew, had some inclination to coquette with Peck, Grist, and Company.
  • fagin No less powerful than the picture of Oliver's wretched childhood is the description of the thieves' kitchen, presided over by Fagin.
  • fain It was a task I had fain have declined, were such an escape open to me, but I could not.
  • fashion My new fashion book came to-day.
  • fashions For his miscellaneous books Schoeffer seems rather to have followed the lead of other printers at Strassburg and Rome than to have set new fashions himself.
  • fission We hear these tales of how, in the early days, atomic engines and piles and fission-bombs emitted particles which were utterly deadly, which would make anything with which they came in contact deadly, which would bring a horrible death to any human being.
  • fusion Socially, also, the fusion has not been complete.
  • passion What did she know of love-the divine passion?
  • suasion Nothing is so distasteful to a healthy youngster as an overdose of obvious moral suasion in his fiction.
  • Fashioner Cohen invited them in and Jack, after following the little tailor through the deserted shop-all the work people had left-found himself, to his great surprise, in a small room at the rear, which Isaac opened with a key taken from his vest pocket, and which even in the dim light of a single gas jet had more the appearance of the den of a scholar, or the workshop of a scientist, than the private office of a fashioner of clothes.

53 words made from the letters FASION

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