Correct spelling for PROIVATE

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Possible correct spellings for proivate

  • Primate(Definition of primate)
  • In 1157 a synod was held in the abbey of mellifont, attended by the bishop of lismore, legate of the holy see, the primate, and seventeen other bishops.

  • Privatize
  • The nigerian sports boss amos adamu advised the government to privatize the abuja stadium immediately after the 2003 all-africa games in order to forestall the vandalisation typical of publicly owned buildings.

  • Privateer(Definition of privateer)
  • We made out that she was pierced for twenty guns, and from her appearance we had no doubt that she was a rebel privateer.

  • Prove(Definition of prove)
  • Prate(Definition of prate)
  • To what end prate of the duties of wifehood when you do not ask them to be wives?

  • Privately(Definition of privately)
  • Although madame piriac and she had absolutely no tie of blood, madame piriac being the daughter by a first husband of the french widow who became the first mrs. moze-and speedily died, audrey persisted privately in regarding madame piriac as a kind of elder sister.

  • Provider(Definition of provider)
  • Privates(Definition of privates)
  • Figures 5 and 6 show the rupture after it has descended into the privates.

  • Provide(Definition of provide)
  • Prorate(Definition of prorate)
  • Probate(Definition of probate)
  • I suppose that he finds probate and divorce an interesting subject, because he is always writing books about them.

  • Proved
  • Private(Definition of private)
  • I have been going to write to your father, but have put it off from time to time, for one has so much to think of in these days that one has no time for private matters.

  • Privet(Definition of privet)
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