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Spell Check of shows

Correct spelling: shows

Common misspellings for shows:

showes, showa, sccoucheuse, sa-okay, saccho, schy, sck-ack, sackee, saegis, saga, sagassiz.


Google Ngram Viewer results for shows:

This graph shows how "shows" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for shows:

  1. But, anyway, the fact that the lights disappeared almost as soon as they were seen, shows that it was very much round the ship." – The Ghost Pirates by William Hope Hodgson
  2. " I'm not without education, sir- as my record shows – The Devil's Garden by W. B. Maxwell
  3. The way you say that, shows you really think it's serious for him." – The Devil's Garden by W. B. Maxwell

Quotes for shows:

  1. You want to do something that shows some type individuality and talent and imagination- at the same time, you want to be truthful to the predecessors, because obviously the audience liked something about them and you have to replicate that experience to a certain extent.
  2. Blondes make the best victims. They're like virgin snow that shows up the bloody footprints.
  3. A lot of people say the sitcom is dead. I think they're right to some extent, in that the shows they're putting out are all the same.
  4. It was like there's got to be some way to stay working and stay productive in Los Angeles. TV is that kind of thing for an actor. Unless you get stuck in one of these shows where you have to go to Vancouver.
  5. You can't fake listening. It shows.

Rhymes for shows:

  1. bose, close, clothes, doze, hose, nose, pose, prose, rose, throes, beaus, boes, brose, chose, froze, joes, noes, o's, slows, those, crows, boase, mose, jos, goes, bows, grows, flows, pros, foes, blows, rows, hoes, sews, glows, throws, knows, tows, ohs, cose, ose, rohs, woes, pows, crose, gose, lo's, lows, moes, ngos, owes, roes, sows, toes, vose, lowes, bowes, snows;
  2. compose, depose, disclose, dispose, enclose, expose, foreclose, impose, oppose, propose, repose, suppose, transpose, arose, stavros, dubose, forgoes, bestows, tarots, plainclothes;
  3. decompose, interpose, juxtapose, predispose, presuppose, reimpose;
  4. overexpose, superimpose;