What is the correct spelling for SISUTAION?

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Correct spellings for SISUTAION

  • cessation The redemption which is to involve the resurrection is to follow on the death of Antiochus and the cessation of the horrors of persecution-horrors of which the author knew only too well.
  • cistern Behind was a bathroom having a corrugated cistern upon the cross beams which gave force for a shower.
  • disdain You have surely been very bold to disdain my command and prohibition. 1.13 Thou never didst, nor canst thou now disdain, 1.14 T' accept the tribute of a loyal Brain. – In Honour of that High and Mighty Princess, Queen Elizabeth by Anne Bradstreet
  • liston Several pictures of Liston in character are in the Garrick Club, London, and one as Paul Pry in the South Kensington Museum.
  • piston Suppose, for example, that the top of the fly-wheel when the engine is in motion moves from the cylinder, then the cross-head and crank-pin journals, driven by the piston , will bear against the half-brass nearest to the cylinder, which, when the force-producing motion is applied to the fly-wheel instead of to the piston will be the case when the fly-wheel is moved in the opposite direction.
  • saskatoon It was a dried spray of the blossoms of the saskatoon .
  • siesta To a healthful person, living a reasonable life, the siesta is sheer luxury.
  • stain The front of his black coat had a white stain upon it, as if he had been holding a loaf of bread under his arm.
  • sustain They had not been called for to sustain his front, or to occupy a new position.
  • sustained The idea sustained her hopes.
  • Sistine He was a magnificent draughtsman, and drew magnificent sculpturesque figures on the Sistine vault.
  • Sutton It is not improbable Captain Sutton may relieve me in the charge of this squadron, as I doubt Sir Edward Pellew being yet ready.
  • sustains It underlies and sustains the various developments that have since taken place.
  • situating
  • siting

301 words made from the letters SISUTAION