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Correct spelling for ACTULLTY
We think the word actullty 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 actullty
- Tactility(Definition of tactility)
- Actuate(Definition of actuate)
- Activity(Definition of activity)
- Acutely(Definition of acutely)
- Actually(Definition of actually)
- Cutlet(Definition of cutlet)
- Actual(Definition of actual)
- Actuality(Definition of actuality)
- Atilt(Definition of atilt)
It is not long since a great majority of our free population, servile to the opinions of those whose opinions they had been accustomed to follow, would have admitted slavery to be a great evil, unjust and indefensible in principle, and only to be vindicated by the stern necessity which was imposed upon us. thus stimulated by every motive and passion which ordinarily actuate human beings-not as to a criminal enterprise, but as to something generous and heroic-what has been the result?
Old activity, new activity, such activity as never was seen before, and perhaps never will be seen no more.
The crown of all creation is man; therefore while we investigate so acutely all other creatures, let us not shrink back from the strange and unknown depths of our own nature which magnetism has opened to us.
It was actually the time of damsons.
But our acquaintance with it had to be actual, too.
Comparatively few adult englishmen sprung from fathers themselves born in africa are as yet to be found.
But the actuality is not as bad as the term.