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Spell Check of politics

Correct spelling: politics

Definition of politics:

  1. The science of government; political affairs, or the contests of parties for power.

Common misspellings for politics:

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Quotes for politics:

  1. Politics is so much about serendipity that we've got to have a bigger pool of women, so that when people drop out of the process, you've got others to turn to.
  2. Politics is my hobby. Smut is my vocation.
  3. Politics, like theater, is one of those things where you've got to be wise enough to know when to leave.
  4. Of course there are regrets. I shall regret always that I found my own authentic voice in politics. I was too conservative, too conventional. Too safe, too often. Too defensive. Too reactive. Later, too often on the back foot.
  5. It will no longer be war that is the continuation of politics by other means, it will be what I have dubbed 'the integral accident' that is the continuation of politics by other means.