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Spell check of configuration

Correct spelling: configuration

makeup, setup, material body, sketch, grade, circumstance, post, pattern, mode, station, perimeter, articulation, arrangement, strain, profile, ambience, physique, mannequin, scene, sort, mold, chassis, standing, frame, shape, representation, appearance, arabesque, argyle, phase, signifier, features, ordonnance, delineation, form, manakin, variant, outline, drawing, word form, conformity, spot, flesh, architecture, property, coloration, layout, chronology, site, anatomy, modality, figure, placement, descriptor, conformation, manikin, tracing, embodiment, structure, plan, constellation, check, framework, silhouette, position, condition, edifice, design, soma, state, format, border, fashion, circumference, course, kind, mannikin, surface, aspect, girth, disposition, quality, compliance, class, shell, abidance, build, skeleton, physical body, geometry, periphery, cast, wire frame, infrastructure, status, setout, style, armature, variety, limit, human body, bod, column, fabric, var., environment, getup, array, contour line, cadre, contour, situation, formation, framing, location.

material, matter, stuff, substance, composition, raw material.

Examples of usage:

1) Its upper configuration, however, though beautiful in its countless shades of blue, did not offer a comfortable berth. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) Owing to the geographical configuration of Cornwall, the idea is magnified very vigorously into a really gallant effort to " get there," such as might be made by an individual stretching out not only to his full stride, but indulging in a good kick! - "Cornwall", G. E. Mitton.

3) By the peculiar configuration of their saddles, it was evident, they were intended to be mounted by ladies. - "The White Gauntlet", Mayne Reid.