What is the correct spelling for POBLATION?

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Correct spellings for POBLATION

  • ablation Normalization has been discovered after a period of three months following caudate nuclei ablation .
  • ablution If they excite the patient too much, they may easily be taken off during the night; otherwise they should be followed by a cold ablution of the feet in the morning.
  • abolition Clarkson finished his essay, won the prize, and, true to his vow, commenced, friendless and without resources, the work of abolition .
  • jubilation There was no jubilation in his chant, but through it all there ran and rang out from time to time a note of high challenge. And she wore it in her hair There was a peak of pixillation And I never noticed it before There was a jump of jubilation – Genie on a tabletop by Al Stewart
  • oblation For by one oblation he hath perfected for ever them that are sanctified.
  • palliation Meanwhile, John had gone upon his holidays without a word, which was irregular; and there had disappeared with him a certain sum of money, which was out of all bounds of palliation .
  • peculation Those who had been disappointed in ambition, those who had been detected in peculation , those whose selfishness or incapacity his honest eyes had spied out,-were all more, or less in league against him.
  • pollution The price tag on pollution control is high. (I gotta find a solution)// why I'm fillin up my body and my mind with pollution// – Solution by Kalibur
  • population Mr. Berol could tell the population of any town in the world, of more than five thousand inhabitants.
  • publication The publication of the terrible list in the "Voix du Peuple" had chilled the guilty ones to the heart; and, pale and distracted, feeling the ground give way beneath them, they had come to take counsel of Monferrand, who, they hoped, might save them.
  • tabulation This being the case, some kind of tabulation becomes absolutely necessary, and the best that occurs to my mind is to place the Latin titles of all the chief centres of printing in alphabetical order, and append to each the English equivalent.

399 words made from the letters POBLATION