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Correct spelling for COPPERATIVE
We think the word copperative is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for copperative
- Cooperate(Definition of cooperate)
- Cooperative(Definition of cooperative)
- Operative(Definition of operative)
- Comparative(Definition of comparative)
Make a list in your notebook of ways in which you think you could cooperate with others to promote the welfare of your community, and add to the list from time to time as new opportunities for such cooperation occur to you.
Closely akin to the cooperatives, and of much older origin, were the zemstvos.
The development of a naval militia, which has been organized in eight states and brought into cordial and cooperative relations with the navy, is another important achievement.
One little group of seniors was especially busy, cooperatively busy one might say. this was one of the overflow divisions of eight students which made up a class in virgil.
He came up to 'the states' on a business trip, and is returning to yucatan, where he is prominent in the socialist and co-operative movements.
"as a comparative stranger, i want to know,"-stopping and facing her-"exactly what you mean by saying that she, lady grace, did not understand the rules of the game."