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Correct spelling for DEFINATELY
We think the word definately 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 definately
- Defiant(Definition of defiant)
- Defiantly(Definition of defiantly)
- Definable(Definition of definable)
- Definitely(Definition of definitely)
- Divinely(Definition of divinely)
- Daintily(Definition of daintily)
- Deftly(Definition of deftly)
- Definite(Definition of definite)
- Finitely(Definition of finitely)
As he worked, his fear lest barbro should come and find him disappeared; he grew defiant and thoroughly bitter.
"yes, i do," says olga, defiantly.
There are terraces and terraces, each one with its own definable point of view, and it is this quality which should influence the traveller's choice.
He had some other reason for it and i decided to think twice before i definitely accepted.
The weather commonly favored them, and there was at least one whole day on the lower river when the weather was divinely flattering.
He seated himself at the table, and rothenberg, after taking from the dispatch-bag a number of documents bearing the state seal, handed the king a daintily perfumed, rose-colored note.
The privateers of the united states may conduct, or cause to be conducted, their prizes into the ports belonging to his majesty, whether for the purpose of anchoring and remaining there, until they are in a condition to proceed again to sea, or for the purpose of selling them definitively.
That's right," as the black boy tossed the tackle down and he caught it deftly.
She had no definite purpose for the future.