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Correct spelling for INTERPERED
We think the word interpered 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 interpered
- Interbreed(Definition of interbreed)
- Interbred(Definition of interbred)
- Interpreter(Definition of interpreter)
- Interred(Definition of interred)
- Interpret(Definition of interpret)
- Interposed(Definition of Interposed)
- Interpreted(Definition of interpreted)
Genetic admixture may have an important role for the success of populations that colonise a new area and interbreed with individuals of native populations.
I did not expect that he would have done it so easily, thinking his religious scruples would have interfered.
On guernsey, the cattle were interbred with local breeds.
These gentlemen, like all strangers, who know china only from books, were ignorant of the manner of proceeding, of the customs and the etiquette of this court; and, to add to their misfortune, they brought with them a chinese interpreter still less informed than themselves.
"the evil men do lives after them;" but we do not believe that "the good is oft interred with their bones."
It affords but the material which the thinking, feeling soul can use, interpret, and apply for its own purposes of speech.
"that will do," interposed old mother nature.
He spoke in english, in order that the sheriff could hear all that was said, and lawson interpreted it into sioux.