Spellcheck.net

Correct spelling for ODJECT

We think the word odject 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 odject

  • Adjunct(Definition of adjunct)
  • We do recommend it as an adjunct to therapy when indicated.

  • Object(Definition of object)
  • Caswell, at the head of about seven hundred north carolina militia, whose object had been the same, and whose retreat became equally imperious.

  • Abject(Definition of abject)
  • Roulet proved on investigation to be a beggar from house to house, in the most abject state of poverty.

  • Eject(Definition of eject)
  • The chagrin of the federalists at this enormous south-westward extension of the country was exceeded only by their alarm when an attempt was made to eject certain extremely partisan judges from their offices in pennsylvania and on the federal bench by the process of impeachment.

  • Inject(Definition of inject)
  • To inject iodoform, the needle is inserted immediately below the radial or the ulnar styloid process.

  • Deject(Definition of deject)
  • Whose cognition although it seems indifferent, and therefore its aberration directly to condemn no man; yet doth he hereby preparatively dispose us unto errors, and deductively deject us into destructive conclusions.

  • Objector(Definition of objector)
  • She recalled to her mind all that he had taught and explained to her about the views and religion of the tragic pharaoh, the world's first conscientious objector.

  • Edict(Definition of edict)
  • It was long taken for granted that it was not until the first issue in a.d. 313 of the edict of milan by constantine, emperor of the west, and licinius, emperor of the east, that the professors of the new faith ventured to erect above ground buildings for the exercise of the rites of their religion, but recent discoveries prove that christian churches were built as early as the 3rd century in many parts of the roman empire.

X