from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See cation.


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  • He drew something, considered it, made an ai - kation, studied it further.

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  • The moon gate rose above them and between them, the demar-kation between sensei and pupil.

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  • "That's jest what I've wanted to say to Steward here, many a time, but not being gifted with gab, which mos 'people calls eddi-kation, I haven't been able to perceed like the prefesser," meaning our English friend, Mr. Maxwell.

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