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Correct spelling: interpretation

Definition:

Common misspellings:

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Examples of usage:

  1. But it would seem that some dramatic interpretation is necessary.  Browning and the Dramatic Monologue by S. S. Curry
  2. That is a fair interpretation of the music in them just now.  The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  3. Mr. Hamilton favored a more liberal, and in my judgment, a more just interpretation, and contended that the terms " necessary and proper" meant no more than that the measures adopted must have an obvious relation as a means to the end intended.  Monopolies and the People by D. C. Cloud
  4. Padre Vicente saw that the old magic of the talking leaves was potent;- and he arose without waiting for formal interpretation.  The Flute of the Gods by Marah Ellis Ryan
  5. John Maine, however, had seemed to bear this shifting of the farmer's confidence pretty fairly; and Jessie had seen it with pain, as she whispered to herself that the true interpretation of the changes in the young man, which she had seen from day to day, was that he had something on his mind which she was not to share.  The Parson O' Dumford by George Manville Fenn
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