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Spell Check of prestige

Correct spelling: prestige

Common misspellings for prestige:

  • prestiege (14%)
  • prestege (11%)
  • prestiges (10%)
  • prestigue (10%)
  • presitge (7%)
  • presige (6%)
  • prestiged (5%)
  • pretige (5%)
  • presteige (4%)
  • prestiage (4%)
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 prestige:

  1. Moreover, the prestige of this home has to be kept up, because the social position and future prosperity of the man depend upon it. "The Book of Life: Vol. I Mind and Body; Vol. II Love and Society" , Upton Sinclair.
  2. They led, because they were men of energy and cunning, able to maintain the subtle thing we call prestige. "The Book of Life: Vol. I Mind and Body; Vol. II Love and Society" , Upton Sinclair.
  3. It becomes a matter for grave consideration in which House a bill should be introduced, as the prestige of success in one House may help to carry it through the other. "Two Years in Oregon" , Wallis Nash.

Quotes for prestige:

  1. There can be no prestige without mystery, for familiarity breeds contempt. - Charles de Gaulle
  2. Even the people who have had success and made money writing these books of fiction seem to feel the need to pretend it's no big deal, or part of a natural progression from poetry to fiction, but often it's really just about the money, the perceived prestige. - George Murray
  3. However, there's three reasons for doing things in this particular world. One is love, one is prestige and the other's money. If you get all three together, that's fine. - Richard O'Brien
  4. It's also much clearer how much damage the occupation of Iraq is doing to America's reputation and prestige around the world; and that's just starting now to hit home in the United States. - Peter Singer
  5. Sophistication might be described as the ability to cope gracefully with a situation involving the presence of a formidable menace to one's poise and prestige( such as the butler, or the man under the bed- but never the husband). - James Thurber