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Correct spelling for EXPEREICEN
We think the word expereicen 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 expereicen
- Expiration(Definition of expiration)
- Expiring(Definition of expiring)
- Express(Definition of express)
- Expression(Definition of expression)
- Expressly(Definition of expressly)
- Experience(Definition of experience)
- Expressive(Definition of expressive)
- Expressed(Definition of expressed)
Mr. edward norman, editor of the daily news: dear sir-at the expiration of my advertising limit, you will do me the favor not to continue it as you have done heretofore.
"i can understand that she wanted to bid farewell to her great creation," said monsieur de grandville; "but she risked expiring on this terrace."
It's difficult to express things.
She looked up in his face with an expression which he did not see.
He always addressed everything he said to maria, unless barbara expressly questioned him, and when he at last rose from the table, ordered a good roast to be prepared the next day for the guest he intended to invite.
"well, my dear," said the old gentleman, "i've had over half a century's experience."
Indeed no one in jamaica expresses a doubt on this subject, who does not obviously do so for the sake of buying land to better advantage!
All these in a true poem are expressive.
You will remember they expressed a desire to march under my command to fight against the french.
In these and similar amusements the recesses pass away, and one minute before it expires the bell is rung to give notice of the approach of study hours.
It was heavenly to meredith to hear this intimate revelation from her lips, always so shy of expressing her need of him.