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Correct spelling: unusual

Definition of unusual:

  1. Not usual; not common.

Common misspellings for unusual:

anuual, unuseble, unuusal, unuual, unussal, ususual, uneqaul, unussualy, unsutle, unicelluar, unusel, unuseful, uasualy, unusall, usuaual, unusuaul, unsuall, uneaqual, unusul, unpoular, unsally, unsal, usuel, unsusal, unusaly, unsighly, unusale, enishel, unuasly, anusual, inaugal, unusuak, unususal, unsual, unuseable, unusaul, unussually, unuseal, unervisal, unscale, unsult, unusible, ujsual, unusal, unuseual, unasaun, unuseall, unsusual, unqual, unualy, initual, uusual, penisuala, unuaual, insall, asusual, anusualy, uasual, unuasl, usaul, pennsula, ussualy, unusuale, ussuall, unsusally, anunual, unsuaul, insul, unistal, nasual, inusal, unuaully, usuualy, unusuable, unuseull, venesuala, inusual, unusial, unuseully, unsurly, usuual, unsualy, onesself, avisual, senusal, pennusula, unuasal, enusual, unusua, unussual, unnusual, unnusually, unusuall, unushual, unnesaatly, unuaslly, unnatual, unusage, ususually, unusally.


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Quotes for unusual:

  1. I like to take these unusual characters and then make them as normal as possible, because we all know that the tragedy and the abnormal always hides itself behind the normal.
  2. I just saw a copy of a cover of a magazine that I'm on, and it's very weird and unusual.
  3. Yale is practicing a most unusual media strategy. I'd call it Just say nothing.
  4. Why can't I be different and unusual... like everyone else?
  5. After I had given up to go, the thoughts of the journey were often attended with unusual sadness, at which times my heart was frequently turned to the Lord with inward breathings for his heavenly support, that I might not fail to follow him wheresoever he might lead me.

Rhymes for unusual:

  1. usual;