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Spell check of illustration

Correct spelling: illustration

approximation, visual, demonstration, substitute, elucidation, plate, masterpiece, effigy, interpreter, imitation, facsimile, drawing, image, establishment, quotation, figurine, picture, design, declaration, show, simile, graphic, study, congressman, sketch, scene, instance, impression, example, rendering, photograph, illumination, water color, explain, deposition, metaphor, display, doodle, connotation, tracing, sample, corroboration, representation, cartoon, exemplar, road map, exemplification, silhouette, vignette, explanation, charcoal, validation, presentation, testimony, icon, exercise, statue, bust, replica, enucleation, diagram, information, case, decipherment, interpretation, portrait, landscape, typification, plan, construction, explication, clarification, exposition, voice, good example, confirmation, likeness, portrayal, allegory, etching, painting, model, substantiation, snapshot, cast, pastiche, fiction, idol, documentation, observation, specimen, pastel, proof, deterrent example, duplication, depiction, carving, figure, engraving, parable, exhibit, miniature, certification, authentication, outline, representative, prototype, analogy, exegesis, lesson, fact, evidence, blueprint, congresswoman, indication, manifestation, attestation, fable, data, frontispiece, determination, statement, support, copy, spokesperson, expose, object lesson.

chronicle, history, narrative, fact, record.

Examples of usage:

1) I judged from Helen's reception of this that my illustration of liberty was not well- chosen. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

2) The best way to give advice is to take another fellow for example and hit your friend through the illustration of the other fellow. - "Dollars and Sense", Col. Wm. C. Hunter.

3) The illustration below shows the size. - "Dollars and Sense", Col. Wm. C. Hunter.