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Definitions of cession
n. - A yielding to physical force. 2
n. - Concession; compliance. 2
n. - A yielding, or surrender, as of property or rights, to another person; the act of ceding. 2
n. - The giving up or vacating a benefice by accepting another without a proper dispensation. 2
n. - The voluntary surrender of a person's effects to his creditors to avoid imprisonment. 2

The word "cession" uses 7 letters: C E I N O S S.

Direct anagrams of cession:
  cosines   oscines

Words formed by adding one letter before or after cession (in bold), or to ceinoss in any order:
e -   senecios   g -   cognises   l -   incloses   o -   conioses   r -   necrosis   s -   cessions   cosiness   t -   sections   z -   coziness  

Shorter words found within cession:
cess   cine   cines   cion   cions   cis   coin   coins   con   cone   cones   coni   conies   cons   cos   coses   cosie   cosies   cosine   coss   en   enosis   ens   eon   eons   eosin   eosins   es   ess   essoin   ice   ices   icon   icones   icons   in   ins   ion   ions   is   ne   ness   nice   no   noes   noesis   noise   noises   nos   nose   noses   oe   oes   on   once   onces   one   ones   ons   os   oscine   ose   oses   ossein   scion   scions   scone   scones   sec   secs   sei   seis   sen   si   sic   sice   sices   sics   sin   since   sine   sines   sins   sis   so   son   sone   sones   sonic   sonics   sons   sonsie   sos  

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