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Spell Check of patent

Correct spelling: patent

Definition of patent:

  1. Open; spreading; evident; open to the perusal of all; secured by patent.
  2. A privilege granted by letters patent, as a title of nobility, or the exclusive right to or property in an invention.
  3. To grant or to secure by patent.

Common misspellings for patent:

  • pateint (37%)
  • paitent (29%)
  • paitient (6%)
  • pantent (5%)
  • pattent (4%)
  • patant (3%)
  • paitant (3%)
  • pasent (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 patent:

  1. Whereas Ranny's profit was patent, it came in on the spot, and it would come in sooner, of course, if he could afford to purchase outright.
  2. Writing to his wife when he was appointed First Lord of the Admiralty, Mr. Smith says: My patent has come to- day, and I have taken my seat at the Board, who address me as 'Sir' in every sentence.
  3. Orr's Patent Trays, sold by John P.

Quotes for patent:

  1. Now Stan and I were still working in secret at that time but, because of this development, we had to inform the University of Utah because we thought that they might need to take patent protection. - Martin Fleischmann
  2. I would have had my patent long, long ago, and it would have run out long, long ago. I would have made, maybe, $100. 000, much less that the patent has brought me now. - Gordon Gould
  3. In 1854 I took out a patent for puddling iron by means of steam. - James Nasmyth
  4. We were proposing, in a sense, that the rest of the world be made safe for American ideas, as they adopted intellectual property rights that gave patent protection to our very innovative economy. - Jeffrey Sachs
  5. The payment made by a manufacturer to a patentee for the privilege of using the patent process, is usually termed, in commercial language, a rent; and under the same head must be ranked all extraordinary qualities of body and mind. - Nassau William Senior

Rhymes for patent:

  1. combatant.
  2. noncombatant.