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Spell Check of mistletoe

Correct spelling: mistletoe


Definition of mistletoe:

  1. A parasitic plant which grows on different trees, particularly the apple, and sometimes the oak.

Common misspellings for mistletoe:

  • misletoe (30%)
  • mistle (14%)
  • mistltoe (11%)
  • miseltoe (11%)
  • misteltoe (8%)
  • missletoe (5%)
  • mistkletoe (5%)
  • missiletoe (5%)
  • misltoe (5%)
  • mistyletoe (5%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Google Ngram Viewer results for mistletoe:

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

Examples of usage for mistletoe:

  1. The snow and quiet of the world " out- along" made the lights and warmth of the room the more comforting and exciting, and Sam Figgis had hung holly about the walls and dangled a huge bunch of mistletoe from the middle beam and poor Jane Clewer was always walking under it accidentally and waiting a little, but nobody kissed her. "Fortitude" , Hugh Walpole.
  2. He greeted his friends and kissed poor Jane Clewer under the mistletoe, and then kissed old Mother Figgis, who pushed him away with a laugh and " Coom up there- where are yer at?" "Fortitude" , Hugh Walpole.
  3. Men came in stamping their great boots on the floor and rubbing their hands together- the fiddle was playing more madly than ever- and at every moment some couple would stop under the mistletoe and the girl would scream and laugh, and the man's kiss could be heard all over the room; through the open window came the sound of church bells. "Fortitude" , Hugh Walpole.
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