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Correct spelling for BIGATORY
We think the word bigatory 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 bigatory
- Bigotry(Definition of bigotry)
- Bigot(Definition of bigot)
- Nugatory(Definition of nugatory)
- Purgatory(Definition of purgatory)
- Ligature(Definition of ligature)
- Victory(Definition of victory)
I have a very horror of bigotry, and pious polish, but though i admire, i do not feel at all drawn towards the phenomena of mysticism.
The budget for local government has been growing slowly in relation to the state-budget-from 16 percent in 1955 to 17 percent in 1960 and 20 percent in 1969 and 1970. only about one-fourth of local budgetary revenue is derived from local taxation, which implies a substantial subsidy from the central government budget.
The table bearing the candles had been pushed against the window, the boarding of which had been replaced by bigot before he left the room.
Take the definition given by mr. hamilton, which, perhaps, is the broadest, if there is any difference, and still it is obvious that it would give no countenance whatever to the theory that congress, in passing a law to execute one express grant of the constitution, could authorize means which would nullify another express grant, or render it nugatory for the attainment of the end which the framers of the constitution intended it should accomplish.
Why, what's purgatory, then, or heaven?
I was a tourist with no story Lost in this purgatory– Shadowland by Youth Group
5. other than the corrections listed above, printer's inconsistencies in spelling, hyphenation, and ligature usage have been retained.
And this victory was almost within his grasp.
They're rolling thick like they know they taking victory But not tonight, right, I'ma make some history– Shoes by atmosphere