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Spell Check of britain

Correct spelling: britain

Common misspellings for britain:

  • britian (67%)
  • britan (15%)
  • britains (3%)
  • brittan (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 britain:

  1. That it is a very reasonable possibility, however, is generally recognised in Europe, and it was doubtless a knowledge of this fact that induced Great Britain to make such unusual exertions to ally itself with the United States." "America To-day, Observations and Reflections" , William Archer.
  2. If the state were to buy up and manage the railways of Great Britain, the advantages would be comparatively small, but the losses would be enormous. "Political economy" , W. Stanley Jevons.
  3. Would Great Britain come in, or for ever lose her honour? "The Rough Road" , William John Locke.

Quotes for britain:

  1. I am a passionate believer that Britain has benefited the whole world and that our heritage, our culture, our values and more importantly our people who created those things, are worth fighting for. - Steve Blake
  2. I have seen that the American Dream is a reality- and I would love to feel the British Dream is also a reality. To enable that, we have to bring back some common sense and encourage family values, a proper sense of justice and make people believe they have a decent chance to build a business or career for themselves. I see this moment as a fantastic opportunity to restore this, because I believe Britain Has Talent. - Simon Cowell
  3. Destroy or take away the employment and wages of those artisans- which the corn laws in a great measure do- and you will, ere long, render the land in Great Britain of as little value as it is in other countries. - Joseph Hume
  4. I do not share the half -in, half -out attitude to the EU of some in Britain. Britain's place is in Europe. - Peter Mandelson
  5. Countries such as the U. S. and Britain have taken it upon themselves to decide for us in the developing world, even to interfere in our domestic affairs and to bring about what they call regime change. - Robert Mugabe