I say that we revert to the etymologically correct spellings of words like 'connection' and 'reflection'. Spelling things with an 'x' is so much more exciting.
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"The spellings connexion, inflexion, deflexion, reflexion are now somewhat rare in everyday British usage, but are not known at all in the U.S: the more common connection, inflection, deflection, reflection have almost become the standard internationally. However, the Oxford English Dictionary lists the older spellings as the etymologically correct form, since these four words actually derive from the Latin root -xio.
Connexion has found preference again amongst recent British government initiatives such as Connexions (the national careers and training scheme for school early leavers). Until the early 1980s, The Times of London also used connexion as part of its house style. It is still used in legal texts and British Methodism retains the eighteenth century spelling connexion to describe its national organisation, for historical reasons.
In both forms, complexion (which comes from the stem complex) is standard and complection is not. However, the adjective complected (as in "dark complected"), although sometimes objected to, can be used as an alternative to complexioned in the U.S., but is quite unknown in the UK. (Note, however, that crucifiction is simply an error in either form of English; crucifixion is the correct spelling.)"