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Correct spelling for OCUUPIED
We think the word ocuupied 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 ocuupied
- Cupid(Definition of cupid)
- Equipped(Definition of equipped)
- Occupied(Definition of occupied)
- Unoccupied(Definition of unoccupied)
- Occupier(Definition of occupier)
Her curls are ever in my eyes, as nets by cupid flung; her voice will oft my sleep surprise, more sweet then ballad sung.
Those in the town at once rose up and equipped themselves with arms.
I wanted to show you that my time was fairly well occupied.
The chair on the captain's right was, as yet, unoccupied.
She turned her face toward him, but still rested her elbow on her knee, one cheek now cupped by her hand.
Here they are as we copied them down: let all things be done decently and in order.
There were 46 commonable rights; the whole divided according to value; very few little proprietors; but small occupiers suffered.
Now it never occurred to him.
In case of the death of an occupier or lessee his interests, notwithstanding any devise or bequest shall vest in his relations, in the order prescribed in the act, the widow or widower being first in order, then the children, etc.
After the battle the american troops reoccupied in general the positions held by them before it.
I just now received one of your hasty notes; for business so entirely occupies you, that you have not time, or sufficient command of thought, to write letters.