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divorcement

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disjunction, disjuncture, Disseverance, Disseverment, disunion, severance, partition, detachment, parting, separation.
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Correct spelling:
executing
Definition:
of Execute

Synonyms:

adjective
directing
Managing.
preparing
making.
running
running, cursive, in succession, in operation, in action.
noun
executing
execution, death penalty, capital punishment.
verb
acting
moving, Endeavoring, officiating, performing, Perpetrating, acting, functioning, appearing, laboring, reacting, operating, Doing, Behaving, exercising, Transacting, working, conducting, Comporting.
causing
motivating, Forcing, provoking, Eliciting, Generating, causing, inspiring, driving, making, giving rise to, Effecting, Evoking, Engendering, inducing, Originating, Enforcing, engineering, Producing.
completing
finishing, arriving, finalizing, filling, Culminating, completing, concluding, Consummating, ending, Fulfilling, closing, Accomplishing, unifying, Graduating, Achieving, integrating, Terminating.
controlling
piloting, steering, directing, Harnessing, leading, Presiding, Managing, Bridling, ruling, Disciplining, supervising, ordering, controlling, governing, Overseeing, Administering, Superintending, dominating, commanding.
effecting
bringing about.
killing
Assassinating, Liquidating, Exterminating, Slaughtering, Eliminating, icing, smothering, chilling, Murdering, doing away with, hanging, Removing, suffocating, purging, Drowning, slaying, Sacrificing, butchering, doing in, asphyxiating, strangling, Smiting, putting down, Dispatching, Massacring, Snuffing, putting to sleep.
producing
Forming, Constructing, Fathering, Mothering, Cultivating, Manufacturing, Fabricating, developing, building, Creating, Inventing.
punishing
Burdening, punishing, confining, Sentencing, anguishing, Castigating, judging, agonizing, reprising, Persecuting, Imprisoning, Pillorying, Chastising, trying, penalizing, Crucifying, Fining, Keelhauling, Incarcerating, avenging, distressing, chastening, lambasting, Afflicting, Correcting.
Examples of usage:
  1. In studying this plate, however, we must recognize the possibility that the maker may have been designing and sinking dies in the hope of having a sample accepted and approved for issue rather than actually executing a contract. – American Military Insignia 1800-1851 by J. Duncan Campbell
  2. As to the different characters of dances, there are, properly speaking, four divisions of the characters of dances: the serious, the half serious, the comic, and the grottesque; but for executing any of them with grace, the artist should be well grounded in the principles of the serious dance, which will give him what may be called a delicacy of manner in all the rest. – A Treatise on the Art of Dancing by Giovanni-Andrea Gallini
  3. Whatsoever those remedies may be, they will be well administered by the judiciary, who possess a long- established course of investigation, effectual process, and officers in the habit of executing it. – Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present by Various
  4. Doubtless another force was executing a similar movement on the opposite side, to attack Sullivan's left wing, and when this movement was finished, the soldiers under Sullivan would be surrounded. – The Dare Boys of 1776 by Stephen Angus Cox
  5. Committee appointed to assist the Petition given into the Parliament, for trying and executing some Witches. – The-Acts-Of-The-General-Assemblies-of-the-Church-of-Scotland by Church of Scotland. General Assembly

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