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Spell check of asphyxiation

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Correct spelling:
The act of causing asphyxia; a state of asphyxia.


assassination, butchering, elimination, execution, extermination, hanging, liquidation, manslaughter, massacre, purging, removal, slaughter, slaying, strangulation, Dispatching, Snuffing.
asphyxiation, suffocation.
Examples of usage:
  1. This accords with the statement which has been made that asphyxiation of the inhabitants preceded the burning of the city. – Complete Story of the San Francisco Horror by Richard Linthicum Trumbull White Samuel Fallows
  2. Thus, to verify the efficacy of a preparation he had invented against asphyxiation, he shut himself up in a glass cabinet and asphyxiated himself, leaving to his valet de chambre the care to come to his aid at the proper moment to try his remedy. –  by
  3. " Looks to me like asphyxiation by gas or some other poison. – Master Tales of Mystery, Volume 3 by Collected and Arranged by Francis J. Reynolds
  4. Christianity, in the official, or authorized presentation of it, is a smothered religion; smothered almost to the point of total asphyxiation and collapse, but not quite; smothered by the vested interests of great institutions, and by the ambitions, fears and self- seekings that such interests breed; smothered by the elaborate theological defences that Christians have built, not against Antichrist, but against each other; smothered by anxieties, not unnatural in these embroilments, for its own future. – Religious Perplexities by L. P. Jacks
  5. For what avails it to carry about in your travelling bag a phial of strong ammonia and to live in more jeopardy of death by asphyxiation than you ever were by snakes, unless you have some guarantee that, when it is your fate to be bitten by a snake, the phial will be at hand? – Concerning Animals and Other Matters by E.H. Aitken, (AKA Edward Hamilton)