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Correct spelling for COOPEARTIVE
We think the word coopeartive 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 coopeartive
- Cooperative(Definition of cooperative)
- Sportive(Definition of sportive)
- Copulative(Definition of copulative)
- Creative(Definition of creative)
- Curative(Definition of curative)
- Captive(Definition of captive)
Well, right now the hoods are trying to force every truck farmer in this district to join the county cooperative.
On the whole, he presents himself as a strangely clever youth who has stolen the formidable mask of maturity and rushes about, making people jump with the deep sounds, and sportive exaggerations of tone, that issue from its painted lips.
The copulative conjunction serves to connect words or clauses, so as to continue a sentence, by expressing an addition, a supposition, a cause, or a consequence.
Goethe himself calls the poem a halbunsinn, and one of his most sympathetic critics-viktor hehn-admits that to follow its drift requires some labour and some creative phantasy on the part of the reader.
The curative treatment is the same as recommended for the treatment of simple pneumonia and pleurisy.
The last remark was addressed to the captive, who had tried to release his hands.