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Spell Check of gorges

Correct spelling: gorges

Definition of gorges:

Doing nothing; inactive; idle; lazy; as, a do- nothing policy.

Common misspellings for gorges:

  • gourges (17%)
  • gorgus (15%)
  • gorgues (12%)
  • gorguis (7%)
  • gorgas (4%)
  • gorguse (4%)
  • gourgus (4%)
  • gourguse (4%)
  • gorgest (3%)
  • georgus (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 gorges:

1) At length the army came up behind the city to a place primeval, where the face of the earth was sore and tortured, worn into deep gorges by the rains, and flung up in great mounds. - "The Crisis, Volume 7", Winston Churchill.

2) How appalling must the undertaking have appeared to those who had first to face the dangers and difficulties of a mountain- chain, to plan for and survey out the most favorable route among heavy timber and rocky precipice, beside rushing waters and through deep gorges; and then across those wide and then silent plains, where the timid antelope ranged by day, and the skulking wolf by night made solitude hideous with his melancholy howl! - "Two Years in Oregon", Wallis Nash.

3) Gaunt and dreary run the mountains, With black gorges up the land Up to where the lonely desert Spreads her burning, dreary sand. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.

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