Spell Check of mobile
Correct spelling: mobile
Definition of mobile:
( of groups of people) tending to travel and change settlements frequently; " a restless mobile society"; " the nomadic habits of the Bedouins"; " believed the profession of a peregrine typist would have a happy future"; " wandering tribes"
Common misspellings for mobile:
- moble (36%)
- moblie (36%)
- movile (4%)
- mobiel (2%)
Examples of usage for mobile:
1) No man who had ever known Athena Maule, even for only a brief space of time, would look into her lovely, mobile face, meet the peculiar glance of her large heavy- lidded violet eyes, as this stranger was now doing, coldly, unchallengingly. "Jane Oglander", , Marie Belloc Lowndes.
2) But even when men still believed in the economic harmonies, they always taught that the best and justest distribution of wealth was that which issued out of the free competition of individuals, and that if this distribution ever turned out to be really faulty or partial, it was only because the competition was not free or perfect enough; because some of the competitors were not sufficiently enlightened as compared with others, or not sufficiently mobile with their labour or capital; in other words, because the competition was not conducted on equal terms. "Contemporary Socialism", , John Rae.