What is the correct spelling for OBUSCATION?

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Correct spellings for OBUSCATION

  • abdication She had won a promise of abdication .
  • abduction Though he had spoken in a feigned voice, and she had not seen his features, she had no doubt as to the identity of her gaoler; and she felt assured that terror of the law would prevent him from perpetrating any violence,-the abduction only of the daughter of a fidalgo being punishable by death, with confiscation of property; though, had she known the disorganised state of society since the earthquake, her alarm would have been far greater.
  • abjection Kate Croy remembered well what their mother, in a different quarter, had made of it; and it was Marian's marked failure to pluck the fruit of resentment that committed them, as sisters, to an almost equal fellowship in abjection .
  • bisection The continued bisection of our distance, though it gives us continually smaller distances, gives us always finite distances.
  • obfuscation It is not provoked in the order of nature, until we draw its penetrating attentiveness to some circumstance with which we have been mixing our private interests, or our speculative obfuscation .
  • objection The objection to this course comes less from want of justice in the claim than from want of power in the State to realize it.
  • objurgation Blake had great difficulty in adjusting his necktie before the glass; he merely remarked in a pause of the objurgation , "In faith, coxswain, these be very bitter words."
  • obligation After that last speech of mine, I must explain that I feel there is a certain obligation on me to stay away.
  • observation That is not the result of personal observation , but it is what I have heard on good authority.
  • obsession But if he went to war with this bitter obsession , with this wrong motive, this passionate desire to spill blood in him that he hated, he would lose his soul.
  • subsection (1) Subsection (2) applies where an Act of the Scottish Parliament or a Scottish instrument provides for the Act or instrument to come into force on a particular day.

546 words made from the letters OBUSCATION