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Spell Check of behaviour

Correct spelling: behaviour

Definition of behaviour:

  1. Manner of behaving, whether good or bad; conduct; manners; demeanour; the manner in which a thing acts.

Common misspellings for behaviour:

  • behaviour (30%)
  • bahaviour (9%)
  • behviour (9%)
  • behavour (8%)
  • behvaiour (8%)
  • bahviour (3%)
  • bevhaiour (3%)
  • behavious (3%)
  • beviour (3%)
  • bwhaviour (3%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for behaviour:

  1. I am not surprised at this, now, nor at the behaviour of the Mate, the following instant; but at that time, I must say I could not conceive what had come to them, particularly the First Mate. "The Ghost Pirates" , William Hope Hodgson.
  2. His curious behaviour interested me so much that I stood and watched him for half an hour or longer. "Afoot in England" , W.H. Hudson.
  3. I think his behaviour is perfectly detestable." "The Rough Road" , William John Locke.

Quotes for behaviour:

  1. I cannot be much pleased without an appearance of truth; at least of possibility I wish the history to be natural though the sentiments are refined; and the characters to be probable, though their behaviour is excelling. - Frances Burney
  2. The camera does not like acting. The camera is only interested in filming behaviour. So you damn well learn your lines until you know them inside out, while standing on your head! - Ben Kingsley
  3. Men haven't changed their behaviour, so women somehow have to be strengthened to be able to ward off the men. - Stephen Lewis
  4. If there were a clear prospect that such evils were part of a barbarian past, then at least we might find a small crumb of comfort. No such prospect exists: no scientific analysis can even remotely answer or account for past and present horrors of human behaviour. - Simon Conway Morris
  5. And it's absolutely true that male sexual behaviour and female responses to male demands change a lot when they start communicating- and the levels of the communication that I've seen on the ground in very, very poor areas are so high and I think why don't we have that here? - Emma Thompson

Idioms for behaviour:

  1. be on your best behaviour
  2. be on best behaviour