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Correct spelling: mutual

Definition of mutual:

  1. Reciprocal; interchanged; given and received.

Common misspellings for mutual:

mutral, matual, mutuaral, metual, muteral, nutual, mutial, motual, mutraul, mutural.


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Examples of usage for mutual:

  1. That is common to which two or more persons have the same or equal claims, or in which they have equal interest or participation; in the strictest sense, that is mutual Latin mutare, to change) which is freely interchanged; that is reciprocal in respect to which one act or movement is met by a corresponding act or movement in return; we speak of our common country, mutual affection, reciprocal obligations, the reciprocal action of cause and effect, where the effect becomes in turn a cause. Many good writers hold it incorrect to say " a mutual friend," and insist that " a common friend" would be more accurate; but " common friend" is practically never used, because of the disagreeable suggestion that attaches to common, of ordinary or inferior. " Mutual friend" has high literary authority ( of Burke, Scott, Dickens, and others), and a considerable usage of good society in its favor, the expression being quite naturally derived from the thoroughly correct phrase mutual friendship. –  by
  2. Their joy at meeting was mutual – Stories of Animal Sagacity by W.H.G. Kingston
  3. After this, the two were allowed to be constantly together, to their mutual satisfaction. – Stories of Animal Sagacity by W.H.G. Kingston