Interrup′ter, Interrup′tor; Interrup′tion, act of interrupting: hinderance: cessation.
Abroga′tion, the repealing of a law by a competent authority.
Indispos′edness, Indisposi′tion, state of being indisposed: disinclination: slight illness.
Absolu′tion, remission of a penitent's sins in the name of God.
Circumscrib′er, one who circumscribes; Circumscrip′tion, limitation: the line that limits: a circumscribed place.
Now zere are in ze English two souzand words ending in 'tion.'
As soon as a time of strain comes, areserve of strength and freedom from periodic indisposi- tion is worth paying extra for.
Have you ever heard a speaker who gave you the impression that all his words ended in tion?
Inani′tion, exhaustion from want of food; Inan′ity, senselessness: worthlessness: any kind of vain frivolity.
Mi tute ne scias (tion), kion vi volas diri, se ne (estas), ke vi bezonas monon.