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Correct spelling for CORRPT
We think the word corrpt 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 corrpt
- Corot(Definition of corot)
- Crept(Definition of Crept)
- Carrot(Definition of carrot)
- Crypt(Definition of crypt)
- Corrupter(Definition of Corrupter)
- Correct(Definition of correct)
- Corrupt(Definition of corrupt)
There are academic painters influenced by corot or monticelli, as well as by david, gros, or meissonier.
The great cat tiptoed across the corner of the pasture, and crept under the fence.
This meek, modest young thing, who looked like she wouldn't know a lip-stick from a boiled carrot, plannin' cold-blooded to throw up a nice respectable job and enter herself in the squab market!
In this church, too, the great napoleon married marie louise in 1810; and his later namesake, some fifty years after, erected a mausoleum in the crypt, known as the caveau imperial, the burial vault of his dynasty, which, however, has never been so used.
Xix. false-hearted reservedness is a most accursed corrupter of holy duty; when the soul is not wholly given up to god, but sets upon duty from some common motive; as, because it is in credit, or to please some friend, purposing to try it awhile, and leave it if they like it not.
My little lady had given horace graham a tolerably correct impression of her life as they had talked together in the moonlight at chaudfontaine.
In a world which furnishes so many employments which are useful, so many which are amusing, it is our own fault if we ever know what ennui is, or if we are ever driven to the miserable resource of gaming, which corrupts our dispositions, and teaches us a habit of hostility against all mankind.
A few french merchants, and monopolists in league with corrupt officials, controlled the markets and robbed a long-suffering and too patient people.