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Spell Check of place

Correct spelling: place

Definition of place:

  1. Any portion of space; locality; residence; town; passage of a writing or book; rank; official station; room; station in life; occupation; condition. To take place, to happen. To give place, to give room; to give way.
  2. To put or set in a particular place; to fix; to invest; to put out at interest; to lend.

Google Ngram Viewer results for place:

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

Examples of usage for place:

  1. I must go to the Tassara place – Ahead of the Army by W. O. Stoddard
  2. No, there was no such place – Afoot in England by W.H. Hudson
  3. Perhaps that is the place for us." – They Call Me Carpenter by Upton Sinclair

Quotes for place:

  1. Feminism- the word- can give us a handle, a rallying point, a common ground, and help us build a bridge. Why not claim the gift of the word as a place to begin?
  2. Rock and roll is- and should be- a kid's place.
  3. I have friends who are leading men, and they're only ever allowed to play leading men of a certain type. But as a character actor, there's a wider variety of projects available. On the big Hollywood films, all they care about is having their lead in place, so it's actually easier for someone like me to slip in. And I'm happy to do so.
  4. As a people, we know what we can do, we know how to do it, and we just want to get on with it. How? By ensuring that Canada's place in the world is one of influence and pride.
  5. Here's what I see all across this great city- people working together to make Boston a better place to live and to raise children, to grow and pursue dreams.

Rhymes for place:

  1. ace, base, bass, brace, case, chase, dace, embrace, encase, erase, face, glace, grace, heyse, lace, mace, misplace, pace, race, replace, retrace, space, thrace, trace, vase, chace, incase, cayce, lambastes, wace, nace, caisse;
  2. abase, apace, debase, deface, disgrace, displace, efface;
  3. interlace;