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Spell Check of roosevelt

Correct spelling: roosevelt

Common misspellings for roosevelt:

  • rosevelt (32%)
  • rossevelt (11%)
  • roosevlet (10%)
  • roosevelts (8%)
  • rooselvelt (7%)
  • roosvelt (7%)
  • roosevlt (6%)
  • rosavelt (2%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Roosevelt \ro(o)-seve-lt, roos(e)-velt\

rose field
Roosevelt as a boy's name is of Danish origin, and the meaning of Roosevelt is "rose field". Place name. Name made famous by two 20th-century presidents, Theodore and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who were cousins.

Examples of usage for roosevelt:

  1. There is no more typical and probably no more widely respected American at the present moment than Governor Roosevelt, of New York. "America To-day, Observations and Reflections" , William Archer.
  2. You were born at Roosevelt Hospital, at three- forty in the afternoon. "Syndrome" , Thomas Hoover.
  3. It was translated into seventeen languages, and caused an investigation by President Roosevelt, and action by Congress. "The Book of Life: Vol. I Mind and Body; Vol. II Love and Society" , Upton Sinclair.

Quotes for roosevelt:

  1. No one, Eleanor Roosevelt said, can make you feel inferior without your consent. Never give it. - Marian Wright Edelman
  2. I think Stalin was afraid of Roosevelt. Whenever Roosevelt spoke, he sort of watched him with a certain awe. He was afraid of Roosevelt's influence in the world. - W. Averell Harriman
  3. Roosevelt was determined to stop Stalin from taking over Eastern Europe. He thought they finally had an agreement on Poland. Before Roosevelt died, he realized that Stalin had broken his agreement. - W. Averell Harriman
  4. The issues are by some geometric number- 100 or 200 or 500- times more complicated today than we appreciated them to be when Franklin Roosevelt was around. - Gaylord Nelson
  5. Up until, really, Roosevelt, African -Americans largely voted ninety per cent Republican. That was the political origins, that's what their political voice was in the Republican party. During that history, that last sixty or seventy years of history, the Republican party effectively walked away from the community. They were afraid to really embrace civil rights even though they embraced civil rights legislation. And so it's not enough to just to put it on paper, you gotta actually show up and be in the community, and understand what that struggle was really about. - Michael Steele