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- n. Common misspelling of excursion.
- n. Common misspelling of exclusion.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Execution.
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Amtrak said the higher insurance levels were needed because the ski train wasn't an "excusion" train, but a "commuter" train, Ellis said.
I bought a bushnell excusion ex binocular, although it's no swarovski, it does have the clearest twilght capable lens for the money.
Yes, we will have to go on an excusion to the New Market.
I find it interesting how each of the sexes sees things from their own perspective to the excusion of all others.
My friend F and I ( "The Mango Lassis") drove to the Eastside today on yet another excusion in our everlasting quest for the best Indian Restaurant in Seattle.
In focusing on his genial politicking to the excusion of all else, the character lost a great deal of what made him such a compelling contradiction.
One of the defining factors of any kind of online play with the excusion of online gambling is that there are no real world consequences for one's actions.
Marshall Astor One of the defining factors of any kind of online play with the excusion of online gambling is that there are no real world consequences for one's actions.
I wrote fifty-two letters for the San Francisco Alta California during the Quakes City excusion, about half of which number have been printed thus far.
For many centuries excusion boats had drifted in like manner across the surface of Earth's Moon.
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