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Correct spelling for CAPASITY
We think the word capasity 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 capasity
- Rapacity(Definition of rapacity)
- Capacity(Definition of capacity)
- Callosity(Definition of callosity)
- Capsize(Definition of capsize)
- Capacitor(Definition of capacitor)
- Pasty(Definition of pasty)
- Opacity(Definition of opacity)
The arabs, however, have the knack of spoiling markets by their rapacity and cruelty.
In a milingtary capacity i will serve neither the turks nor the roossians."
Their feet, by this kind of exercise, contract a callosity which renders the use of shoes quite unnecessary to them.
The planks still held together; and the sailors despairing of their bloodmoney, rushed to the side of the ship and tried to capsize it.
A linear direct current regulated supply will maintain the output voltage unless the brownout is severe and the input voltage drops below the drop out voltage for the regulator, at which point the output voltage will fall and high levels of ripple from the rectifier/reservoir capacitor will appear on the output.
A cold turnip-pasty stood on the table, with the cider-jug that job lear regularly emptied at supper.
The ship proved as empty of life as the campsite.
Such books as that of luchaire, on france in the reign of philip augustus, bring vividly before us the horrible condition of society in feudal times, and explain amply the sparsity of the population.
A few moments later, from behind the wall flat where he had been playing canasta with the electricians, emerged jimsy laroche, the eleven-year-old sensation.
That this was no mere inertness of observation, but a good strong opacity of vision, was clear when, after leaving the convalescent toby to dreams of indulgence in the pleasures of the table, and victorious encounters, she roused her old visitor to bring her into supper.