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Correct spelling for INTTERNET
We think the word intternet 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 intternet
- Indent(Definition of indent)
- Internee(Definition of internee)
- Intranet(Definition of intranet)
- Intend(Definition of intend)
- Interment(Definition of interment)
- Intern(Definition of intern)
- Entente(Definition of entente)
- Intent(Definition of intent)
- Internet(Definition of internet)
Of the different migratory birds that frequent forests and waters, there was the same affluence, hundreds of acres of geese and ducks being often seen at a time in the great bays that indent the shores of the lake.
You intend to pull it down?
A turkish surgeon-major, dr. ibrahim, interned at the camp, is present at operations performed upon his ottoman comrades in the hospital.
The boy's mother dying at this juncture, the widow had not shrunk from obtaining from the law-courts an attachment on the dead body, by which its interment was interdicted till the termination of the suit.
-antipyretic, analgesic, antiparasitic-uses: intern.
As he was anti-entente, these lectures brought us financial profit, and therefore we paid archibald's traveling expenses.
As though intent on browbeating alexander by an exhibition of his power, napoleon lavished italian titles on his marshals and statesmen.