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Correct spelling for PARTTIME
We think the word parttime 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 parttime
- Peacetime(Definition of peacetime)
- Party(Definition of party)
- Prim(Definition of prim)
- Wartime(Definition of wartime)
- Partake(Definition of partake)
- Parterre(Definition of parterre)
- Patty(Definition of patty)
- Parties(Definition of Parties)
- Time(Definition of time)
- Part-Time(Definition of part-time)
- Primer(Definition of primer)
- Parting(Definition of parting)
- Prime(Definition of prime)
- Patter(Definition of patter)
- Daytime(Definition of daytime)
- Pastime(Definition of pastime)
- Petite(Definition of petite)
- Part(Definition of part)
While our peacetime prosperity will be based on the private enterprise the government can and must assist in many ways.
Was the party over?
If i'm prim, i wonder why you ever wanted to come.
Such selfish agitation can be highly dangerous in wartime.
Julia took her fostermother's hand in hers, and patted it; they were sitting side by side.
Does he partake of his meals regularly?
The choir-boys, it may be noted in passing, had only half an hour of playtime daily.
Parterre: a level division of ground, a flower-garden.
One of the doors is mine; and as they showed me in i could see that patty and ide both waited breathlessly for my verdict, their faces looking quite strained and anxious until i exclaimed: "how fresh and pretty it is here!"
"if it is all the same to you, and to the other parties concerned in this transaction, i don't care to hear all that dry rot, you have written.
"you will be better by supper-time.
This foreigner, who brought his children to school as if it were an act of consecration, who regarded the teacher of the primer class with reverence, who spoke of visions, like a man inspired, in a common schoolroom, was not like other aliens, who brought their children in dull obedience to the law; was not like the native fathers, who brought their unmanageable boys, glad to be relieved of their care.
Miss sheckleton gave him a little friendly pressure as they shook hands at parting.
There fortune was inclined for the time to smile once again on her old prime favorite.
Jeffrey drew nearer, absently patting his dog's head.
Just then he heard the patter of running feet on the drive outside, and looked out of the window.
A man should offer his right arm to a woman, but this is rarely necessary in the daytime.
A more popular pastime with the young men, and perhaps more profitable, is the formation of a brass band.
And petite maman shrugged her thin shoulders as if the matter had ceased to interest her.
That's the dreadful part of it.