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Spell Check of career

Correct spelling: career

Definition of career:

  1. A racecourse; a race; course of action or life.
  2. To move or run rapidly. See Car.
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Google Ngram Viewer results for career:

This graph shows how "career" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for career:

  1. You have a small period of time when you can perfect your career and become good at it. A lot of guys get distracted, which only hurts them. You must stay focused and work very hard at boxing.
  2. I told the record company I didn't feel the need to be at red -carpet events. I wanted a career. But I wanted to keep myself intact as a person.
  3. They see a work ethic in both of us. But, they also see that my husband is more in control of his future, and I am more reliant on other sources for my career.
  4. If there's no craft there, then once the looks go, there goes your career.
  5. I'm not driven by money and I'm not driven by career.

Rhymes for career:

  1. beer, blear, cheer, clear, dear, deer, deere, ear, fear, gear, hear, here, jeer, lear, leer, meir, mere, near, peer, pier, rear, sear, sere, shear, sheer, smear, sneer, spear, speer, sphere, steer, tear, veer, year, bere, fleer, frere, geer, gere, kier, mear, mir, neer, wier, speir, vere, greer, shere, nir, cyr, cleere, fier, gier, kear, stear, teer, we're;
  2. adhere, amir, appear, austere, cashier, emir, frontier, inhere, premier, premiere, rehear, revere, severe, sincere, unclear, veneer, vizier, zaire, lanier, shamir, yasir, zahir, lazear, rainier, samir, wazir, dornier, sameer;
  3. auctioneer, bandolier, belvedere, bombardier, brigadier, cavalier, chandelier, chevalier, commandeer, disappear, domineer, engineer, financier, gondolier, insincere, interfere, mutineer, overhear, pamphleteer, persevere, pioneer, profiteer, racketeer, reappear, souvenir, volunteer, charpentier, rensselaer;
  4. conventioneer, electioneer, reengineer;
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