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Spell Check of independence

Correct spelling: independence

Definition of independence:

  1. The state of being independent of others; that which enables one to be so; the principles of the independents.

Common misspellings for independence:

  • independance (57%)
  • indepence (7%)
  • independece (6%)
  • indepedence (3%)
  • indpendence (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 independence:

  1. So far, Samuel Adams was almost wholly alone in the idea of independence, but it was declared by Congress less than two years later.
  2. Thus, madam, I am of a remarkable independence.
  3. Let us call the attention of our young men to the next great step in his life, when, having obtained the highest political honors which could be conferred on so young a man, realizing that a competent fortune was the solid basis of independence moral and political, and that the family hearth was the true home of human happiness; he let the cup of ambition pass from him, and devoted himself to the practical business of life.

Quotes for independence:

  1. Mad, adj. Affected with a high degree of intellectual independence. - Ambrose Bierce
  2. Swaziland is a small part of south -east Africa, the last country in the continent to gain its independence. - Richard Grant
  3. As we explore ways to bring price relief and bolster our country's energy independence, one significant energy source has emerged as a potential solution, hydrogen fuel cells. - Dan Lipinski
  4. Instead of being taught independence, energy, and enterprise, our youth today is taught to look for security. - B. Carroll Reece
  5. George was getting alot of independence for himself in those days. He was writing more, and wanted things to go his way- where, when we first started things basically went John and Paul's way. You know, 'cuz they were the writers. - Ringo Starr