What is the correct spelling for VERTION?

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Correct spellings for VERTION

  • portion Weary marches fell to their portion .
  • ration He had barely issued to his men and horses a full ration when the telegraph began to talk.
  • vacation I said I was going to take a vacation anyway, and business was not pressing just then.
  • variation After careful reflection, the course on which he eventually decided was to adhere to the principle of a relaxation of duties, but to consent to a moderate variation from his original proposal as to the amount.
  • vein From a piano like Jenny Lind's holding note up to the fullest swell, and still the same fine vein of melancholy.
  • venetian It was the only thing to do, and Filippo sent me about it there and then, telling me the servant in question was a Venetian of the name of Zabatello.
  • vermin Upon the necks of those who stood near vermin were to be seen.
  • verona As a matter of fact, I've just been called over the 'phone by Miss Verona Hemmingway's aunt."
  • version For one thing several of the people of the book speak a very rough version of the language, so that there are many hundreds of "words" appearing in the book, that are not in the dictionary.
  • vision The vision raised its head, And, with a look made of all sweet accord, Answered, "The names of those who love the Lord."
  • vocation There was indeed but one person in the castle who seemed not to regard its master's violences, and that was the dark-faced chaplain, who, when the Marquess had paused out of breath, tranquilly returned that nothing could make him repent of having brought a soul to Christ, and that, as to the cavaliere Odo, if his maker designed him for a religious, the Pope himself could not cross his vocation .
  • volition There are two directions in which great change in household conditions has occurred quite outside the volition of the housekeeper.
  • Venation
  • Verging
  • Versing
  • Vetoing
  • Vernon
  • Vern
  • versions
  • vetting
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