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Spell check of amputation

Correct spelling: amputation

Synonyms:
exile, denial, alienation, fissure, removal, detachment, exclusion, dissection, split, renouncement, dissociation, elimination, ban, disarticulation, extradition, bisection, slice, disintegration, disallowance, disassociation, forbiddance, disconnection, expatriation, eradication, excommunication, banishment, deportation, proscription, drawing, divorce, partition, division, evolvement, ostracism, incision, relegation, cut, extraction, cleavage, break, prohibition, disengagement, part, disbarment, withdrawal, segregation, disassembly, abscission, separation, repudiation, deracination, rejection, ejection, excavation, boycott, evulsion, extrication, disunity, excision, rent.

Examples of usage:

1) There are 25, 000 amputation cases in Petrograd. - "My War Experiences in Two Continents", Sarah Macnaughtan.

2) I remember one case: a chief who had often been on guard at night over our prison had his left leg completely smashed by a stone; without entering into professional details, suffice it to say that I at once pronounced amputation as the only possible remedy; but to please the chiefs, who took a great interest in him, I agreed to dress his wound for a week, and after that time, should I be still of the same opinion to inform them of it. - "A Narrative of Captivity in Abyssinia With Some Account of the Late Emperor Theodore, His Country and People", Henry Blanc.

3) He had a small godjo built in our inclosure, and remained there until I gave for the second time as my opinion that nothing could save his life but immediate amputation. - "A Narrative of Captivity in Abyssinia With Some Account of the Late Emperor Theodore, His Country and People", Henry Blanc.

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