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Spell Check of except

Correct spelling: except

Definition of except:

  1. To take or leave out: to exclude.
  2. Unless; without.
  3. Exclusive of.
  4. To object; to make objections.

Common misspellings for except:

exciet, excapt, lexcept, accespt, excilent, exccepted, exaust, xcept, exceptin, excelty, exepte, expecet, excilant, excectly, execpet, excecutor, excibit, exceptial, exceptal, exdcept, unexceptabe, excpert, ecseped, exspain, exsict, excelet, acceept, excep, excepct, exceot, accempt, expcet, accepot, exerpt, excert, axcept, excepmt, excerps, exceping, exauhst, expempt, exspode, excpet, ecscaped, exsaust, exspel, exampt, acceipt, exspess, exiest, exceept, accepth, excaped, exacet, exsault, excepr, exherpt, exseped, ecsept, expppppppppppppphttp, excead, expet, exspend, exepdia, exceptiion, expept, ecxept, acsept, exceppt, exsust, exccept, exceprt, exspeted, exsempt, exsaple, esxpect, axicety, exept, excepte, excit, exceute, acceopt, exscept, excempt, exspet, acfcept, exspeial, exmept, expecpt, esxaped, ecept, exscape, exceutor, exsult, excermpt, excilty, exspell, execellet, excede, acecept.


Google Ngram Viewer results for except:

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Quotes for except:

  1. Nothing can be done except little by little.
  2. I love dogs. They live in the moment and don't care about anything except affection and food. They're loyal and happy. Humans are just too damn complicated.
  3. What could I say to you that would be of value, except that perhaps you seek too much, that as a result of your seeking you cannot find.
  4. Today we ought to be able to see first that Booker T. Washington faced a situation in which he was seeking desperately for a way out, and he could see no way out except capitulation.
  5. Nothing induces me to read a novel except when I have to make money by writing about it. I detest them.

Rhymes for except:

  1. leaped, slept, kept, swept, sept, prepped, stepped, crept, wept, leapt;
  2. adept, inept, accept;
  3. intercept, overslept;