Spell Check of Deterring
Correct spelling: Deterring
Definition of Deterring:
Common misspellings for Deterring:
- detering (85%)
- dettering (4%)
- detterring (3%)
Examples of usage for Deterring:
1) He had means a plenty; he was an unusual character, clean- souled, almost elemental in his simple sincerity, but she considered him committed to Mary, and, besides, Mason had become a deterring cause, though she hardly realized that. - "Rose of Dutcher's Coolly", Hamlin Garland.
2) " I beg pardon, my lord," said her ladyship in a most languishing tone; " but Mr. Lorrequer is pre- engaged; he has for the last week been promising and deterring his visit to the new conservatory with me; where he is to find out four or five of the Swiss shrubs that Collins cannot make out- and which I am dying to know all about." - "The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete", Charles James Lever (1806-1872).
3) All these things might have been prevented by the timely maintenance of a navy of tolerable strength, deterring the warring powers from wanton outrage. - "Lessons of the war with Spain and other articles", Alfred T. Mahan.