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Correct spelling:
causes (noun)
roots, forces, evocations, grounds, causes, motives, compulsions, bases, sources, actions, stimuli, executions, motivators, mainsprings, factors, drives.
ideas (noun)
theories, visions, designs, observations, thoughts, reflections, suppositions, perceptions, images, notions, principles, inklings, opinions, conceptions, brainstorms, considerations, concepts, ideas, plans.
deities (noun)
redeemers, heroines, goddesses, idols, deities, muses, demigods, creators, salvations, absolutes, saviors, godheads, makers, judges, heroes, divinities.
biblical revelations (noun)
prophecies, evidences, disclosures, gospels, apparitions, oracles, appearances, apotheoses, revelations, apocalypses, visions, discoveries, manifestations, issuances, epiphanies, comings.
Examples of usage:
  1. Then it sinks again, and so continues with pauses and deep inspirations, for March is like a strong man drawing his breath full and long as he starts to run a race. - "Hodge and His Masters", Richard Jefferies.
  2. Peace and happiness had relaxed every muscle in her face; her lips were parted very slightly, and her breath came in smooth, controlled inspirations like those of a child who is surrounding itself with a building of bricks, and increasing in ecstasy as each brick is placed in position. - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.
  3. Nor do I recommend an indiscriminate hospitality to all the linguistic inspirations of the American fancy. - "America To-day, Observations and Reflections", William Archer.

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