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Spell check of persuasion

Correct spelling: persuasion

phylum, credo, verdict, rank, authority, taxonomy, genotype, series, strain, mentation, cast, suasiveness, sight, faith, communion, thinking, alluring, sect, kind, belief, clan, thought, public opinion, set, ruling, caste, bless, article of faith, blasphemous, level, force, group, vox populi, enticement, step, religion, breed, inveigling, make, effectiveness, label, archangel, popular opinion, mold, prompt, denomination, enticing, cross section, sort, legal opinion, designation, people, stamp, order, opinion, blaspheme, absolution, feather, conversion, angelic, nature, suasion, judgement, blessing, convincing, cult, judgment, conclusiveness, nourishment, thought process, panorama, eyeshot, push, type, encouragement, style, cerebration, dissuasion, prospect, idea, blasphemy, class, influence, inveiglement, persuading, classification, position, persuasiveness, creed, induction, genus, feeling, race, ilk, category, prevention, variety, degree, scene, sentiment, confession, kingdom, grain, stimulant, church, family, forcefulness, horizon, perspective, exhortation, form, seduction, impression, convincingness, inducement, tenet, view, mind, line, lot, spur, notion, grouping, prod, stripe, species, intellection, purview, eye, brand, conviction, aspect, temptation, stock, description, inducing, stimulus, vista, manner, grade, angel, survey.

godlessness, unbelief, fact, atheism, feebleness, unsoundness, dissuasion, inconclusiveness, powerlessness, nonbelief, ineffectiveness, shakiness, agnosticism, secularism, weakness, truth, ineffectualness, invalidity, ineffectuality, know-nothingism.

Examples of usage:

1) She breathed with more ease, and closed her eyes at his persuasion. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

2) I departed with the full persuasion that I should find nothing changed on my return. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

3) Swift, when he came into favour, helped to form the Brothers' Club, which was especially intended to direct patronage towards promising writers of the Tory persuasion. - "English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century", Leslie Stephen.