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Correct spelling for TRACFIC
We think the word tracfic 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 tracfic
- Tactic(Definition of tactic)
- Graphic(Definition of graphic)
- Tragic(Definition of tragic)
- Traffic(Definition of traffic)
- Tract(Definition of tract)
- Trafficker(Definition of trafficker)
- Track(Definition of track)
- Terrific(Definition of terrific)
Chicagos lickity split radical cheerleaders frequently used this tactic.
1-12, is graphic and powerful, and the second, vv.
A crusade against the liquor-traffic commenced in ohio, and has swept over michigan and other neighboring states, and is still going on conquering and to conquer.
I plunged into the deepest shades of the forest; and often, to avoid a sunny tract of country, i waited for hours till every human being had left it, and i could pass it unobserved.
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The girl in gray crossed the track quickly and addressed the two women cordially.
The danger lies in the terrific force of a blow from this hidden pile that would crush the strongest steel steamer, as i might crush an egg-shell in my fingers.