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Correct spelling for ACTIVTIY

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Possible correct spellings for activtiy

  • Activate(Definition of activate)
  • The value of an element’s accesskey attribute is the key the user will press (typically in combination with one or more other keys, as defined by the browser) in order to activate or focus that element.

  • Actively(Definition of actively)
  • He had been actively preparing for a general rising against the europeans by the propagation of stories hostile to the latter, and by exciting the greed of the lowest classes of the town by pointing out how great was the wealth they could obtain by looting the well-filled shops and warehouses.

  • Activities
  • To jack, arrested in the full tide of his petty activities, it was absolutely overwhelming.

  • Inactivity(Definition of inactivity)
  • Most of the time, however, his mental attitude "balanced," and inactivity of thought was the result.

  • Activity(Definition of activity)
  • Arnold's inexhaustible good-nature was at once roused to activity again.

  • Activated(Definition of activated)
  • Physically, activated carbon binds materials by van der waals force or london dispersion force.

  • Activates
  • Pulling the alarm activates a piston, causing the flaps to be opened and all the air pushed out the air tube, forcing the brakes on.

  • Activator(Definition of activator)
  • Along with their activator properties, ideal for correction of class ii malocclusion, being based on tooth size, these appliances aptly coined egas (eruptive guidance appliances) also function as a positioner along with correcting overbite and mild to moderate crowding.

  • Active(Definition of active)
  • So still that at last the poor mother thought her noisy active jeff must have fallen asleep.

  • Acclivity(Definition of acclivity)
  • It was a beautiful but very steep walk, or rather climb, to the top of an abrupt acclivity beyond the village, on which the temple or shrine stands.

  • Activating(Definition of activating)
  • They also propose that the lexical access would process sequentially by activating only one lexical entry at a time.

  • Activist(Definition of activist)
  • A pro-union protest song spoof of the ballad of casey jones, written and sung by iww union activist joe hill, titled casey jones the union scab portrays a negative version of jones.

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