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Spell Check of maturity

Correct spelling: maturity

Definition of maturity:

  1. The state of being mature.

Common misspellings for maturity:

  • maturaty (25%)
  • maturnity (11%)
  • muturity (8%)
  • matureity (7%)
  • maturaity (7%)
  • matuirty (4%)
  • maturety (3%)
  • amturity (2%)
  • marurity (2%)
  • machurity (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 maturity:

  1. Armed with these weapons against tobacco, parents and teachers can effectively introduce physiological arguments against excessive use, against use by those who suffer from nervous or heart trouble, and against any use whatever by those who have not reached physical maturity. "Civics and Health" , William H. Allen.
  2. Sound maturity is better than youth or age: The smiling angel dropped his pen,- " Why, this will never do; The man would be a boy again, And be a father too!" "Civics and Health" , William H. Allen.
  3. There they both were in complete maturity. "Corpus of a Siam Mosquito" , Steven Sills.

Quotes for maturity:

  1. Maturity is often more absurd than youth and very frequently is most unjust to youth. - Thomas A. Edison
  2. Maturity- among other things, the unclouded happiness of the child at play, who takes it for granted that he is at one with his play -mates. - Dag Hammarskjold
  3. If any human being is to reach full maturity both the masculine and feminine sides of the personality must be brought up into consciousness. - M. Esther Harding
  4. Only through the conscious action of the working masses in city and country can it be brought to life, only through the people's highest intellectual maturity and inexhaustible idealism can it be brought safely through all storms and find its way to port. - Rosa Luxemburg
  5. Character... is a habit, the daily choice of right over wrong; it is a moral quality which grows to maturity in peace and is not suddenly developed on the outbreak of war. - Charles Wilson