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Spell Check of Slows

Correct spelling: Slows

Common misspellings for Slows:



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

Examples of usage for Slows:

  1. He sleeps with it pulsing in his ears, so that if she slows or stops he opens his eyes. – An Ocean Tramp by William McFee

Quotes for Slows:

  1. We couldn't be making as much money, if we had to deal with stranger behaviour. And right now, anybody who slows down our economic productivity, off they go. We have a place for them, the psychiatric institution. That's the main thing, they slow things down.
  2. It slows down grocery shopping, because so many women at the store watch the show. I always end up talking to two or three people every time I go to Ralphs. It's fun.
  3. I like school very much, and I'll go to college if my career slows down. But kids go to college to be where I am today. Not to put college down, but for me, it would be digressing.
  4. All it takes is one drink to mess with the way you drive- it clouds your judgment and slows your reflexes. Don't take any chances. It just isn't worth it.
  5. The bottom line is that the death tax is a tax on the economy because it slows economic growth.

Rhymes for Slows:

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