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  • beatification
  • beautification
  • certification
  • deification
  • disaffection Unfortunately, by this step the balance of the religious parties, which Theodora had so successfully maintained, was broken, and the later years of Justin's reign were disgraced by the persecution of the Monophysites, so that great disaffection toward the throne was created throughout the East.
  • edification
  • fortification The results of the war with Spain, for instance, have affected but little the question of passive coast defence, by fortification or otherwise; but they have greatly altered the circumstances which hitherto have dictated the size of our active forces, both land and sea.
  • justification
  • mortification Cora, as she followed the graceful figure, could hardly restrain her mortification and rage.
  • mystification Other things being equal, he delighted in a bit of mystification and melodrama, and I told myself that this was Manderson all over.
  • notification And there was such a state of confusion among all classes that the governors of the city were compelled to issue a notification to the people, and this in the end had the effect of quieting the general anxiety.
  • ratification The work of this Committee was the Articles of Confederation, which were presented in November, 1777, for ratification by the States.
  • satisfaction "She's asleep," Anna whispered to herself, with a little smile of satisfaction.
  • starvation We have emphasized before that it is the solemn duty of society to find ways and means to protect every one who is willing to work as long as he is healthy, against starvation in times of old age and sickness, and if possible in periods of market depression.
  • stupefaction Hitherto he had suffered quietly enough, in apparent stupefaction from the pain of his jaw; but he began now to convince us that neither life nor strength had deserted him; lashing his tail with such violence as speedily to clear the quarter-deck, and biting in the most furious manner at everything within his reach.
  • suffocation The rage in his blood set his heart beating to suffocation.
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