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Correct spelling for NEGITIVITY
We think the word negitivity 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 negitivity
- Nativity(Definition of nativity)
- Negative(Definition of negative)
- Inactivity(Definition of inactivity)
- Negatively(Definition of negatively)
The church of the nativity, the place that we sought first in the village, is the oldest christian church in the world.
Decided in the negative by a retired physician."
Braden thorpe, shaking like a leaf because of the very inactivity that was forced upon him by the activity of others, wiped the sweat from his brow, and nodded his head in speechless despair.
Anger, negativity and fatalism transgress the feeling rules, and women with breast cancer who express anger or negativity are corrected by other women with breast cancer and members of the breast cancer support organizations.
Neen, neen, generaal, the governor negatived, i cannot let you go-not for your own good name's sake.
Negatively it is a protest against false culture and cant, and we cannot fail to see that it is at the same time a protest against that virtue which is the predecessor of false culture-the incessant, arduous effort to seek truth with the help of the intellect and the reason.
Almost every cape man is captain of some craft or other,-every man at least who is at the head of his own affairs, though it is not every one that is, for some heads have the force of alpha privative, negativing all the efforts which nature would fain make through them.