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Spell Check of deteriorate

Correct spelling: deteriorate

Definition of deteriorate:

  1. To grow worse.
  2. To make worse.
  3. To grow worse; to degenerate.

Common misspellings for deteriorate:

  • deterioate (23%)
  • deterioriate (7%)
  • deteriote (6%)
  • deteroriate (4%)
  • deterierate (4%)
  • deterriorate (4%)
  • deteriourate (4%)
  • detereorate (4%)
  • detiriorate (3%)
  • deteiorate (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 deteriorate:

  1. " Dear Mrs. Mac," Kingsnorth said, and Charlotte winced at his tone, " you do not realize how quickly you deteriorate once out of reach of Mac's disciplining eye. "The Locusts' Years" , Mary Helen Fee.
  2. But then, after an incredibly short time, the essential chaos within its body due to lack of endocrine control causes it to deteriorate. "Fair and Warmer" , E. G. von Wald.

Quotes for deteriorate:

  1. I thought, you know the food and the diet thing is one way to start yourself onto a healthy lifestyle, but if you don't move, if you don't start exercising you're gonna deteriorate. - Warren Cuccurullo
  2. They look quite promising in the shop; and not entirely without hope when I get them back into my wardrobe. But then, when I put them on they tend to deteriorate with a very strange rapidity and one feels so sorry for them. - Joyce Grenfell
  3. By failing to keep their end of the bargain, the Bush administration would allow New Jersey projects to deteriorate and make New Jersey highways and bridges less safe. - Robert Menendez
  4. Without question, conditions in the Haiti are worse since Aristide's removal, and continue to deteriorate. - Charles Rangel
  5. The man who has allowed his body to deteriorate cuts a pitiful figure- chest collapsed, stomach protruding. - Gene Tunney