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Correct spelling for PROTECTECT
We think the word protectect 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 protectect
- Projected(Definition of projected)
- Protested(Definition of Protested)
- Protestant(Definition of protestant)
- Project(Definition of project)
- Protect(Definition of protect)
- Protector(Definition of protector)
- Protected(Definition of protected)
- Protracted(Definition of protracted)
- Protective(Definition of protective)
- Protecting(Definition of protecting)
- Protectorate(Definition of protectorate)
"as our observations of earth with projected light-rays have been carried on for seven hundred years, it will be necessary to give you an outline of our history and the progress of science covering that time.
"but you are not going, isaac," protested peter.
The calamities of yesterday are the protectors of to-day.
One who would be a protestant king?
Had you but mentioned this, no doubt i should have saved you all the trouble this project costs you.
I tried to throw it-" "oh, if you intend to protect him!"
The chief that i had, if he were able to gather the right men about him, could protect a large city as successfully as he now protects a big railroad system.
"you have been true and faithful to yourself, while your father and protector left you to yourself.
It has no establishment,-but it is recognized, permitted, and, in a degree, protected by the laws.
What a comment upon the gallant and protracted fight which they had made!
Our work is largely protective.
They wanted a two thirds vote to be required, in order that the south might retain the means of protecting itself.
Mr. rawlinson explained that whatever was done by the egyptian government was done at the request of england which extended a protectorate over egypt and in reality ruled her as egypt herself desired.