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Correct spelling: current

Common misspellings for current:

cuurent, curuntly, currert, corrunt, curenlty, currenent, currnecy, currenlty, curentlly, juberant, recurent, currentlyy, guirentee, currentluy, curenttly, quadrent, courrent, corrdinate, gaurentee, currupt, gaurrentee, corredt, curantly, currrently, currlty, acurrent, cureent, parernt, carrent, cureently, currunt, guarenntee, currenty, ccurrent, currerntly, creshent, guerentee, gurrenty, conront, arrent, kerrentle, currebt, curicit, currenyly, currenct, guarrant, clarenet, ugrent, accurrant, recurrenet, corrdenator, currntly, currentiy, cohearent, currentily, guarentee, cueeent, thecurrent, curremnt, currncy, crrently, curring, curennt, currnetly, currenbt, crrect, guareent, turrent, currentlu, guarranty, gurrentee, worrenty, cuurenly, currantly, curred, currentle, juggernut, currnt, choherent, carient, curranlty, cuerrntly, currentlyi, ccurently, cuirrent, currrent, cyrrent, currrnet, cuirrently, courrently, currincy, curnet, guarentte, curren, currencey, gaurenty, coryright, currenly, currrency, curently.


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Quotes for current:

  1. My current companion, Gerard de Battista, is the father of my two sons.
  2. We current justices read the Constitution in the only way that we can: as 20th -century Americans.
  3. While mainstream media is led by profit, ratings and popularist culture and filtered by the current political climate, Alternative Media is lead solely by the convictions of the campaign and film maker.
  4. The current Michigan Constitution was written in 1961 and '62.
  5. Mental fight means thinking against the current, not with it. It is our business to puncture gas bags and discover the seeds of truth.

Rhymes for current:

  1. berndt, bernt, burnt, bernd, weren't, learnt;
  2. farrant, tarrant, aren't;
  3. concurrent, recurrent;
  4. intercurrent;