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Spell Check of interpretive

Correct spelling: interpretive

Common misspellings for interpretive:

  • interprative (29%)
  • interperative (17%)
  • intrepretive (11%)
  • interpetive (9%)
  • interpritive (6%)
  • intepretive (6%)
  • intrepetive (6%)
  • interpitive (6%)
  • interpretivism (6%)
  • interpretated (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 interpretive:

  1. The visitor who stops by the farm does not see a prearranged interpretive display, but chances on the farmer performing that day's necessary work: milking, haying, repairing fences, or plowing. "Frying Pan Farm" , Elizabeth Brown Pryor.
  2. Besides taking a socio- cultural approach to the subject, this book is deliberately interpretive rather than being merely a narrative of events. "The Black Experience in America The Immigrant Heritage of America" , Norman Coombs.
  3. To regard an anecdote as an illustration- an interpretive picture- will help to hold us to its true purpose, for a purposeless story is of all offenses on the platform the most asinine. "The Art of Public Speaking" , Dale Carnagey (AKA Dale Carnegie) and J. Berg Esenwein.

Quotes for interpretive:

  1. Who is Mike Judge? Let me think. The only way I could possibly answer that question would be in a nonverbal fashion. I think I could do an interpretive dance that would answer that question for you. - Mike Judge
  2. When they are performing in front of the public, they ought to have a sensation that's relatively easy, if the technical and the interpretive work was done before. - James Levine
  3. The ambivalence of writing is such that it can be considered both an act and an interpretive process that follows after an act with which it cannot coincide. As such, it both affirms and denies its own nature. - Paul de Man
  4. And I like to interpret music. So I think it's all interpretive. - Katey Sagal