Spell Check of belligerent
Correct spelling: belligerent
Definition of belligerent:
Common misspellings for belligerent:
- beligerent (30%)
- beligerant (27%)
- belligerant (16%)
- baligerant (5%)
- biligerant (3%)
- baligerent (2%)
Examples of usage for belligerent:
1) Until we reached Oulchy- le- Chateau, the chains were the only outward signs that betokened the belligerent state of the country, and even then as those who mounted guard were not in uniform, it seemed rather as though we were passing a series of toll- gates. "My Home In The Field of Honor", , Frances Wilson Huard.
2) From the boys- George and Leon- I learned that old father Poupard had not yet put in his appearance since his departure three days before with his nag, and that mother Poupard had abandoned her belligerent attitude and had resorted to tears. "My Home In The Field of Honor", , Frances Wilson Huard.
3) This singular weapon seems to have been used for belligerent purposes, and it purports to have been taken from the Mussulmans during the famous siege of Malta, in 1565, when an enemy forty thousand strong, with a hundred and fifty galleys, invested the island and besieged it for three months, being finally defeated with a loss of three quarters of their army. "The Story of Malta", , Maturin M. Ballou.