Spell Check of nuptials
Correct spelling: nuptials
Common misspellings for nuptials:
- nuptuals (83%)
- nuptules (6%)
- nuptuials (5%)
- nuptiuals (3%)
- nupitals (3%)
Examples of usage for nuptials:
1) Indeed, the nearness of the approaching nuptials bade fair to eclipse, for the time being, all other grievances, and when Hardy paid his third visit he made a determined but ineffectual attempt to obtain from him some information as to the methods by which he hoped to attain his ends. - "At Sunwich Port, Complete", W.W. Jacobs.
2) Soon after the nuptials, Mrs. Corbet's aunt died; and, considering her niece highly injured by the measures which had been pursued, left her the whole of her fortune, amounting to thirty thousand pounds, independent of her husband. - "The Mysterious Wanderer, Vol. I", Sophia Reeve.
3) The hymn in honour of the nuptials of Manlius, is, like the short poem on the loves of Acme and Septimius, inspired by the poet's sympathy with the happiness of a friend. - "The Roman Poets of the Republic", W. Y. Sellar.