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Correct spelling for PRJOECT
We think the word prjoect 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 prjoect
- Project(Definition of project)
- Projected(Definition of projected)
- Prefect(Definition of prefect)
- Protect(Definition of protect)
- Reject(Definition of reject)
- Projector(Definition of projector)
And then, as she thought of it all, a project came into her head.
John looked so much better, and was so eager after the projected interview with his lawyer, that i felt comforted concerning him.
To launch the poet into society, he gave a dinner, and asked all the authorities to meet him-the prefect, the receiver-general, the colonel in command of the garrison, the head of the naval school, the president of the court, and so forth.
We must have the army to protect us, and we will hire all the soldiers who apply.
"nay,-should i not reject it?
Except for the projector they were ready, and morey, wade and fuller turned in to get what sleep they could.
This morning they were questioned as to the flight of the king, his projects of rebellion in navarre, and they said nothing.