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How To Spell grant?

Correct spelling: grant

Definition of grant:

  1. let have; "grant permission"; "Mandela was allowed few visitors in prison"

List of misspellings for grant:

  • grantie,
  • graeat,
  • graniate,
  • guderand,
  • granete,
  • guanrtee,
  • gruntin,
  • guareent,
  • grantire,
  • graite,
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  • graity,
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  • greement,
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  • cuurent,
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  • coridante,
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  • igorant,
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  • oriant,
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  • carient,
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  • qurantee,
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  • gaurentee,
  • cureent,
  • draint,
  • garntie,
  • frant,
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  • curantly,
  • garantor,
  • gurantte,
  • garuntee,
  • guirentee.

 \g-ra-nt\

tall, big
Scottish
Grant as a boy's name is pronounced grant. It is of English and Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Grant is "tall, big". A Scottish name. American President Ulysses S. Grant; painter Grant Wood; actor Hugh Grant.
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Rhymes for grant:

  1. trant, scant, cant, pant, aunt, tant, slant, quant, lant, plante, gantt, stant, brandt, can't, rant, gant, fant, kant, plant, brant, chant, ant, zant;
  2. pedant, levant, recant, implant, decant, supplant, enchant, transplant, replant;
  3. disenchant;
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