Common misspellings for degradation:
diredtion, dehidratation, degredation, egraduation, draduation, degeration, degradative, degradatio, dicrimation, degregation, dreactsion, dehyrdation, undergraduation, dehadration, grdaution, deteritation, degradition, degratation, addgramition, degredations, degradeing, degrigation, deframation, degridation, degragation, declartation, dictatation, percratnation, upgradation, hidratation, deporatation, degration, degardation, degadation, degradtion, deterotation, disseratation, degredating, decration, reguratation, degradatrion, degragration, degrdation, reguritation, segratation, segradation, xegradation, cegradation, fegradation, regradation, eegradation, dwgradation, dsgradation, ddgradation, drgradation, d4gradation, d3gradation, defradation, devradation, debradation, dehradation, deyradation, detradation, degeadation, degdadation, degfadation, degtadation, deg5adation, deg4adation, degrzdation, degrsdation, degrwdation, degrqdation, degrasation, degraxation, degracation, degrafation, degraration, degraeation, degradztion, degradstion, degradwtion, degradqtion, degradarion, degradafion, degradagion, degradayion, degrada6ion, degrada5ion, degradatuon, degradatjon, degradatkon, degradatoon, degradat9on, degradat8on, degradatiin, degradatikn, degradatiln, degradatipn, degradati0n, degradati9n, degradatiob, degradatiom, degradatioj, degradatioh, sdegradation, dsegradation, xdegradation, dxegradation, cdegradation, dcegradation, fdegradation, dfegradation, rdegradation, dregradation, edegradation, deegradation, dwegradation, dewgradation, desgradation, ddegradation, dedgradation, dergradation, d4egradation, de4gradation, d3egradation, de3gradation, defgradation, degfradation, devgradation, degvradation, debgradation, degbradation, dehgradation, deghradation, deygradation, degyradation, detgradation, degtradation, degeradation, degreadation, degdradation, degrdadation, degrfadation, degrtadation, deg5radation, degr5adation, deg4radation, degr4adation, degrzadation, degrazdation, degrsadation, degrasdation, degrwadation, degrawdation, degrqadation, degraqdation, degradsation, degraxdation, degradxation, degracdation, degradcation, degrafdation, degradfation, degrardation, degradration, degraedation, degradeation, degradzation, degradaztion, degradastion, degradwation, degradawtion, degradqation, degradaqtion, degradartion, degradaftion, degradatfion, degradagtion, degradatgion, degradaytion, degradatyion, degrada6tion, degradat6ion, degrada5tion, degradat5ion, degradatuion, degradatiuon, degradatjion, degradatijon, degradatkion, degradatikon, degradatoion, degradatioon, degradat9ion, degradati9on, degradat8ion, degradati8on, degradatiion, degradatioin, degradatiokn, degradatilon, degradatioln, degradatipon, degradatiopn, degradati0on, degradatio0n, degradatio9n, degradatiobn, degradationb, degradatiomn, degradationm, degradatiojn, degradationj, degradatiohn, degradationh, egradation, dgradation, deradation, degraation, degradaion, degradaton, degradatin, edgradation, dgeradation, dergadation, degrdaation, degraadtion, degradtaion, degradaiton, degradatoin, degradatino, deggradation, degrradation, degraadation, degraddation, degradaation, degradattion, degradationn, degradation, tegradation, legradation, dugradation, dmgradation, dagradation, dggradation, dewradation, deoradation, decradation, deeradation, deg2adation, degbadation, degzadation, degvadation, degpadation, degsadation, degrcdation, degralation, degradetion, degradction, degrada4ion, degradadion, degradapion, degradavion, degradauion, degradatyon, degradataon, degradatmon, degradathon, degradatign, degradatimn, degradatinn, degradatiof, degradatiol, degradatioo, degradatayeon, degradateyeon, d egradation, de gradation, deg radation, degr adation, degra dation, degrad ation, degrada tion, degradat ion, degradati on, degradatio n.
Definition of degradation:
- changing to a lower state ( a less respected state)
- The state of being reduced in rank, character, or reputation; baseness; moral, physical, or intellectual degeneracy; disgrace; abasement; debasement.
- A gradual wearing down or wasting, as of rocks and banks, by the action of water, frost etc.
- The state or condition of a species or group which exhibits degraded forms; degeneration.
- Arrest of development, or degeneration of any organ, or of the body as a whole.
- The act of lowering, or of being lowered, in rank, morals, etc.; disgrace.
- Act of degrading; state of being degraded; debasement; geol., a wearing away.
- The act of degrading, or the state of being degraded.
- The act of degrading; the state of being degraded; diminution or reduction of strength, excellence, or value; degeneration; a lessening and obscuring of the appearance of distant objects in a landscape; the wearing away of rocks, beaches, & c.; the action of water and other causes.
- A reducing in rank; a depriving of office or situation; baseness; in geol., a wasting or wearing down.