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Spell Check of boutique

Correct spelling: boutique

Definition of boutique:

  1. a shop that sells women's clothes and jewelry

Common misspellings for boutique:

  • botique (61%)
  • boutiqe (9%)
  • butique (6%)
  • boutigue (4%)
  • boutque (3%)
  • bouique (2%)
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 boutique:

  1. Of Poussin no one who saw La Boutique Fantasque will have forgotten how it made one think. "Since C├ęzanne" , Clive Bell.
  2. Se trouvant devant la boutique d'un marchand de livres. "On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures" , Charles Babbage.
  3. It is quite a different world from the streets usually known to, and tenanted by the English- there, indeed, you are among the French, the fossilized remains of the old regime- the very houses have an air of desolate, yet venerable grandeur- you never pass by the white and modern mansion of a nouveau riche; all, even to the ruggedness of the pave, breathes a haughty disdain of innovation- you cross one of the numerous bridges, and you enter into another time- you are inhaling the atmosphere of a past century; no flaunting boutique, French in its trumpery, English in its prices, stares you in the face; no stiff coats and unnatural gaits are seen anglicising up the melancholy streets. "Pelham, Complete" , Edward Bulwer-Lytton Last Updated: March 16, 2009.