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subject

Definition of subject:

Common misspellings:

  • subect (11.8%)
  • subjest (6.5%)
  • sadi (0.2%)
  • sibject (0.7%)
  • supgect (0.4%)
  • subjectto (0.4%)
  • sujbect (2.5%)
  • aubject (0.4%)
  • sudject (1.2%)
  • subjet (18.0%)
  • subjcet (2.1%)
  • subjct (1.8%)
  • subgect (1.2%)
  • subjekt (0.7%)
  • subhect (0.4%)
  • subjent (0.4%)
  • subdject (0.4%)
  • subjets (0.2%)
  • sbuject (0.4%)
  • subjesct (0.4%)
  • sbject (1.1%)
  • subjedt (0.4%)
  • sujest (0.2%)
  • subjuct (6.2%)
  • sublect (1.1%)
  • subjec (4.8%)
  • sudjet (0.4%)
  • sobject (0.4%)
  • subejct (6.5%)
  • subjecct (0.7%)
  • subjust (0.9%)
  • suject (15.7%)
  • sunject (1.6%)
  • subjact (0.4%)
  • subjecy (0.7%)
  • subjuec (0.4%)
  • supject (1.4%)
  • subjetc (0.9%)
  • subjuect (3.5%)
  • abay (0.4%)
  • assiment (0.2%)
  • susbject (0.5%)
  • syubject (0.4%)
  • subkect (0.7%)
  • desmond (0.2%)
  • subjedct (0.4%)
  • subnject (0.4%)
  • substect (0.4%)

Usage examples for subject:

  • No one seemed ready at the moment to start a new subject "The Hour and the Man An Historical Romance" – Harriet Martineau
  • The subject was changed by Mrs Slowcome. "Janet's Love and Service" – Margaret M Robertson
  • You'd better keep your mind on the subject "The Flirt" – Booth Tarkington
  • Nancy changed the subject hastily. "Outside Inn" – Ethel M. Kelley

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Fecundity
Part of Speech:
Noun

Fruitfulness; prolificness in female animals. ...

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