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Correct spelling for MAUFACTOR
We think the word maufactor 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 maufactor
- Fact(Definition of fact)
- Mulct(Definition of mulct)
- Defector(Definition of defector)
- Mascot(Definition of mascot)
- Mercator(Definition of mercator)
- Factor(Definition of factor)
- Muscat(Definition of muscat)
- Malefactor(Definition of malefactor)
In fact, at first i thought it was....
The mulct will be high, for the youth was of high baltic blood, and had but lately arrived with his father from the north!
But my question is now, is the defector per se classed as one of those against whom you would take protective measures?
"it's supposed to be a mascot, you know.
They comprise three variations on the theme which, to modern taste, has become so excessively tedious, of the fourberies de scapin-the epidicus, mostellaria, and persa; the poenulus, a dull play, which owes its only interest to the passages in it written in the carthaginian language, which offer a tempting field for the conjectures of the philologist; two more, the mercator and stichus, of confused plot and insipid dialogue; and a mutilated fragment of the cistellaria, or travelling-trunk, which would not have been missed had it shared the fate of the carpet-bag.
The importance of ship-building as a factor in the development of new england did not rest merely upon the use of ships by the americans alone.
After sweeping round the bottom of the gulf, the expedition returned to muscat.
I told him that we had lunched, introduced him to foe as the malefactor, and invited him to come back and dine with us at prince's before catching the late train for oxford.