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Correct spelling for ACOUSITIC
We think the word acousitic is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for acousitic
- Acoustics(Definition of acoustics)
- Acoustic(Definition of acoustic)
- Autistic(Definition of autistic)
- Caustic(Definition of caustic)
- Acrostic(Definition of acrostic)
- Egoistic(Definition of egoistic)
Acoustical test reports from nvlap certified independent laboratories are available to specifiers, for a variety of commonly used partition designs with acoustiblok added.
The eye is compared with the camera, the larynx with a reed pipe, the heart with a pump, while the ear fitly opens the chapter on acoustics.
The acoustic properties of a spiral staircase seem to be peculiar.
Further information: global perceptions of autism autistic people may be perceived differently from country to country.
Such a soil does not need as high a percentage in it as a heavy soil requires for good results, and caustic lime can easily injure physical condition.
Acrostic writing was one of his favorite pastimes, and he wrote enough of these to have filled a good fat little volume.
The people, then,-mankind or the family,-have hitherto, as it seems, played history: no egoistic interest was to come up in these societies, but solely general ones, national or popular interests, class interests, family interests, and "general human interests."