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Spell Check of illiterate

Correct spelling: illiterate

Definition of illiterate:

  1. a person unable to read
  2. ignorant of the fundamentals of a given art or branch of knowledge; " ignorant of quantum mechanics"; " musically illiterate"
  3. not able to read or write

Common misspellings for illiterate:

  • illeterate (24%)
  • iliterate (22%)
  • illterate (7%)
  • illerate (4%)
  • illitterate (4%)
  • illliterate (3%)
  • illitrate (3%)
  • illitarate (3%)
  • illierate (3%)
  • illetarate (3%)
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 illiterate:

  1. Jamie was illiterate, too, and she was well educated. "My Lady of the Chimney Corner" , Alexander Irvine.
  2. Even an illiterate man is interesting when he talks of his craft, and Martin Collingwood, however little natural development he had in social subtilties, was anything but illiterate or even ill informed. "The Locusts' Years" , Mary Helen Fee.
  3. Mrs. Dainopoulos was not prepared to accept this as conclusive evidence, though she knew these illiterate people had their own mysterious news agencies. "Command" , William McFee.