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Spell Check of lesson

Correct spelling: lesson

Definition of lesson:

  1. As much as a pupil learns or is taught at one time; anything learned or that may be learned; a portion of Scripture read in divine service; precept; reproof.

Common misspellings for lesson:

leason, lesons, liesson, leisson, lession, leasson, lission.


Google Ngram Viewer results for lesson:

This graph shows how "lesson" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for lesson:

  1. This gets back to the fundamental lesson of political survival that Bill Clinton taught me, which is if you make it about the American people's lives instead of your life, you're going to be okay.
  2. I hope the example of Saddam Hussein will give a lesson to leaders of other countries where human rights are not respected.
  3. The lesson of the last year is this: foreign policy can't be managed through the politics of personality, and our President would do well to take note of an observation John F. Kennedy made once he was in office- that all of the world's problems aren't his predecessor's fault.
  4. It definitely has learning a lesson about the way you're living your life. I wouldn't compare our movie to that, but it has a structure where it's about a man who doesn't appreciate all that he has and finds out at the end that life has been great and he has to enjoy that.
  5. I was very outgoing, and a good -looking kid. I started doing all the catalogs. I made 60 commercials by the time I was 6. I must have been a natural, because I never took an acting lesson.

Rhymes for lesson:

  1. lessen;
  2. cresson, essen;
  3. mckesson;
  4. delicatessen;