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Correct spelling for CRITAICAL
We think the word critaical 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 critaical
- Critic(Definition of critic)
- Cortical(Definition of cortical)
- Radical(Definition of radical)
- Juridical(Definition of juridical)
- Diacritical(Definition of diacritical)
- Piratical(Definition of piratical)
- Critically(Definition of critically)
- Critical(Definition of critical)
It is as impossible for me to put aside the habit of the literary critic as it would be for a hunter who had spent his whole life in the woods to be content in a great city.
That an irritative lesion in the line of the centripetal tracts can influence cortical life is shown by thalamus lesions in which hallucinations are sometimes present.
And then the fact of there being a story to a poem will give a factitious merit in the eyes of many critics, which could not be an occasion of vainglory to the consciousness of the most vainglorious of writers.
The radical leaders published manifestoes declaring the people had been "massacred" by the soldiers by the orders of the government.
The one is juridical, the other political.
[=e] in n[=e]waw represents the letter 'e' with a macron which is a diacritical mark used in this case to indicate a long 'e' sound.
Through parsimony this treasure-galley was to be afforded no escort, but was under orders to hug the coast of europe, where she should be safe from all piratical surprise.
He then bought a new testament for 12 groschen, and studied it critically.
In the beginning of october the bishop's condition became so critical that he applied to the ras and chiefs to allow me to visit him.