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Spell Check of country

Correct spelling: country

Definition of country:

  1. Pertaining to the country; rural; rustic; peculiar to one's own country; rude.
  2. A territory; its inhabitants; one's own land; the rural part as distinct from the city; a dwelling- place; a jury.

Common misspellings for country:

homecountry, coounty, contacy, cabnetry, cnetre, coiuntry, cuntry, cultury, coountry, contrl, cultry, conudrum, contraty, countgyryi, couunty, conutry, contray, econdary, cointry, contary, countr, countour, gauntry, coutre, countrys, quontaty, countroy, countriy, cuonty, commentry, countin, kaundry, conodrum, countiry, conrary, commontary, cordoruy, ecountry, contron, countery, caounty, courntly, countred, commintary, cabintrey, countune, cuntury, countly, countyry, causitry, countty, jounary, couinty, cordury, contry, launtry, cantre, countre, cantry, culantro, countrly, countney, loundry, contiure, cnetury, countire, ountry, cntre, countured, secoundary, conty, secoundry, countru, cntrl, contrry, counrty, ccounty, contreys, courderoy, countey, coutry, cortery, ecntury, copuntry, cbinetry, counry, cvountry, cuntrys, courntey, boundry, cornory, cabintry, coiunter, jounrey, conutrys, countyer, coundrey, sountry, quandery, acountry.


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Quotes for country:

  1. True country music is honesty, sincerity, and real life to the hilt.
  2. Hopefully, America will really get a sense of how justice can be served in this country. And hopefully, they'll forget the Simpson trial.
  3. When I was 2, we moved into an imposing country mansion 8 miles west of Cardiff, Wales.
  4. Why hast thou made me born in this country, The inhabitant of which is satisfied with being a slave?
  5. Now how many people in their heart of hearts in that community want to see the demise of this country? How many would cheer, not out loud maybe, but in their heart when things like 9/11 occur and I'll tell you; it's a majority among them.