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Spell Check of emphatic

Correct spelling: emphatic

Definition of emphatic:

  1. spoken with emphasis; " an emphatic word"
  2. forceful and definite in expression or action; " the document contained a particularly emphatic guarantee of religious liberty"
  3. sudden and strong; " an emphatic no"

Common misspellings for emphatic:

  • enthuastic (37%)
  • imphatic (11%)
  • empthatic (11%)
  • emphazice (7%)
  • emaphaty (7%)
  • enphatic (7%)
  • infactic (7%)
  • empatic (4%)
  • enfatic (4%)
  • emphatical (4%)
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 emphatic:

  1. Then she leaned towards Lydia, and said in an emphatic whisper, " Why won't you marry him, miss?"
  2. It is pleasant to reflect that in this last act of a noble and brilliant career spent in the interests of the ever- growing ideals of democracy Gladstone had the sympathy of Browning, shown by his emphatic expression of " liberal sentiments" at a momentous crisis, when a speech on the liberal side even from the mouth of a poet counted for much.
  3. His face, with all its flabbiness, had its dark accent and distinction; and these were rendered even more emphatic by the growth of a black mustache which he had trained with care.