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Correct spelling for UNDERSRTAND
We think the word undersrtand 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 undersrtand
- Understand(Definition of understand)
- Understanding(Definition of understanding)
- Understudy(Definition of understudy)
- Underground(Definition of underground)
- Understood(Definition of understood)
- Understate(Definition of understate)
But fearing that a retrograde movement might check the enthusiasm of the army, now elated with their rapid career of victory, underrating the difficulties of the country, and too much despising an enemy who had been so easily dispersed, he determined to ascend wood creek as far as fort anne, whence the direct distance to the hudson is shorter.
I was a child then and did not understand much.
Things you don't understand This love in my hand– I Wasn't Kidding by Angie Stone
Tristram obeyed without understanding.
"in africa there is a sort of underground wire for news," replied frank.
As a child, he was strong and healthy, fond of outdoors, and though underrated by his teachers, noted to be possessed of intense curiosity, especially concerning natural objects.
She is timid, with a delightful timidity that fears, because it half understands; she is brave, with the bravery of a girl who knows that as long as she keeps within certain limits she is safe.