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Spell Check of stifling

Correct spelling: stifling

Definition of stifling:

  1. characterized by oppressive heat and humidity; " the summer was sultry and oppressive"; " the stifling atmosphere"; " the sulfurous atmosphere preceding a thunderstorm"

Common misspellings for stifling:

  • stiffling (56%)
  • stifiling (21%)
  • stifeling (9%)
  • stifleing (5%)
  • stifelling (3%)
  • stuffling (2%)
  • stilfing (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 stifling:

  1. It was one of those evenings in late September when indoors was too stifling.
  2. All alone, with no one to speak to, sitting in a damp, stifling atmosphere, the poor children had to stay day after day; and if they went to sleep they got well beaten.
  3. Again the people in the street called on her to save her own life; but her only answer was to go back into the fierce flames and stifling smoke, and bring out another child, which was safely transferred to the crowd below.