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Spell Check of pontiac

Correct spelling: pontiac

Definition of pontiac:

  1. famous chief of the Ottawa who led an unsuccessful rebellion against the British ( 1715- 1769)

Common misspellings for pontiac:

  • pontaic (25%)
  • poniac (18%)
  • pontica (18%)
  • pontic (14%)
  • pointiac (11%)
  • pontiacs (7%)
  • ponatic (7%)
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Examples of usage for pontiac:

  1. Tradition says that after the Illinois Indians had killed Pontiac, the great Indian Chief of the northern Indians made war upon them. "The History of Peru" , Henry S. Beebe.
  2. A strong combination of Indian tribes, chiefly Algonquin, under the lead of the Ottawa sachem Pontiac, made a last desperate attempt, after the loss of their French allies, to cripple the English; but by 1765, after many harrowing scenes of bloodshed, these red men were crushed. "The War of Independence" , John Fiske.
  3. 176, 179. Pontiac conspiracy, iii. "A History of the Four Georges, Volume I (of 4)" , Justin McCarthy.