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Correct spelling: Can't

Common misspellings for Can't:

vaent, cuonty, cannout, cabeint, caight, candi, cantry, kinet, cabnite, cadat, cactii, aquant, caart, vaccant, contiou, conty, con't, cautgh, cont, cannoit, carrent, caght, codnt, canue, dicont, canidat, canad, agaent, curnet, whant, canno't, caminto, goint, cannect, janta, couinty, cnnot, qantum, urgant, canay, coount, contack, cient, caino, canten, canr, cinoti, icant, conat, canb't, canm't, conatc, cudnt, han't, canoo, qant, kinght, cnet, cango, candit, cantre, candt, cantell, centi, concut, ginat, javen't, coungty, cang, gantz, conact, canb, caanda, auant, vaacant, cliant, cocanut, cuaght, garntey, cament, conter, scand, coounty, siant, coissant, goand, canot, canj't, hjand, ccounty, cano, acannot, garntie, qaint, gaent, coennt, cannoot, sant, candey, clent.


Google Ngram Viewer results for Can't:

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Quotes for Can't:

  1. So although women can do anything that men can't do, they can also do something that men can't do, and that is mother their children.
  2. The thing I thought about doing it was it's Comic Relief and you've got to be funny. So although I did try to sing properly it obviously has hilarious results when you can't sing.
  3. What will it profit this country if we... put our man on the Moon by 1970 and at the same time you can't walk down Woodward Avenue in this city without fear of some violence?
  4. I think my character's getting to the point where he can't even eat spaghetti with red sauce anymore, where he has horrible nightmares, he can't sleep anymore.
  5. Well, I can't figure out God.

Rhymes for Can't:

  1. brant, plant, scant, brandt, tant, lant, quant, gant, ant, aunt, chant, cant, slant, kant, gantt, stant, plante, grant, zant, pant, trant, rant, fant;
  2. implant, levant, recant, pedant, replant, enchant, supplant, decant, transplant;
  3. disenchant;