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How To Spell freight?

Correct spelling: freight

Definition of freight:

  1. transport by freight

List of misspellings for freight:

  • tright,
  • forught,
  • airfrieght,
  • firepit,
  • frighday,
  • faranhight,
  • freght,
  • frdige,
  • forieghn,
  • rewright,
  • forsight,
  • farenheight,
  • frigit,
  • farienheit,
  • fruitt,
  • frieight,
  • fighgt,
  • sraight,
  • reight,
  • traight,
  • righrt,
  • ferienheit,
  • shraight,
  • ferit,
  • frieghten,
  • foreget,
  • pright,
  • ferinhite,
  • freigh,
  • oright,
  • rhight,
  • frightage,
  • freighten,
  • roight,
  • figrut,
  • fahrienheit,
  • fortright,
  • fkight,
  • faveriout,
  • farinheight,
  • favoright,
  • favreit,
  • freat,
  • farinhight,
  • fahrenehit,
  • foriegh,
  • fahrenheight,
  • theright,
  • fighrt,
  • frieght,
  • fraighter,
  • fnight,
  • fiight,
  • fieght,
  • riight,
  • farenhieght,
  • briight,
  • ruight,
  • herright,
  • fereinheit,
  • hright,
  • friehgt,
  • foiught,
  • sright,
  • forfeight,
  • foreigher,
  • ferinhight,
  • fahreinheit,
  • afright,
  • farienhiet,
  • fllight,
  • reright,
  • frlight,
  • ferint,
  • frieghter,
  • friut,
  • fighr,
  • fluight,
  • feright,
  • freightor,
  • soverighty,
  • freigher,
  • feight,
  • freigt,
  • farinhieght,
  • forseight,
  • firenheight,
  • ferinhiet,
  • filight,
  • fruiit,
  • eright,
  • ferenheight,
  • freihgt,
  • foreghn,
  • frighter,
  • faranheight,
  • foreigh,
  • flieght,
  • frighe,
  • fridgit.
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This graph shows how "freight" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for freight:

  1. There is a light at the end of the tunnel... hopefully its not a freight train!
  2. No matter how much Bill Gates may claim otherwise, he missed the Internet, like a barreling freight train that he didn't hear or see coming.
  3. It sounds like something from a Woody Guthrie song, but it's true; I was raised in a freight car.
  4. With more than 67 percent of the Nation's freight moving on highways, economists believe that our ability to compete internationally is tied to the quality of our infrastructure.
  5. A man who has never gone to school may steal from a freight car; but if he has a university education, he may steal the whole railroad.
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