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Correct spelling for PARTCIULAR
We think the word partciular 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 partciular
- Participial(Definition of participial)
- Participle(Definition of participle)
- Particle(Definition of particle)
- Partisan(Definition of partisan)
- Patella(Definition of patella)
- Parcel(Definition of parcel)
- Pustular(Definition of Pustular)
- Pastille(Definition of pastille)
- Particular(Definition of particular)
- Parties(Definition of Parties)
They show, however, that possessives before participles are seldom to be approved; and perhaps, in the present instance, the meaning might be quite as well expressed by a common substantive, or the regular participial noun: as, "some of these irregularities arise from our reception of the words-or our receiving of the words-through a french medium."
Some greek grammarians, however, separate the adjective from the noun, and include the participle with the verb: thus, there are in greek eight species of words, called parts of speech; viz.
There was a breeze blowing, and every particle of fog had disappeared.
This is so because of a partisan sectionalism which has nothing to do with those problems.
After this there was a knock at the door and the colored servant came in, bringing me a parcel.
He must take particular note of objects which afford places of concealment, and the eye must be alert enough to observe every undue movement in limb or leaf.
For a long time the young boy had longed for a violin of his own, and finally his uncle who gave the musical parties presented him with a violin.