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officer

Definition of officer:

Common misspellings:

  • oficer (21.5%)
  • offcier (16.9%)
  • offercier (0.8%)
  • officier (28.0%)
  • offier (18.0%)
  • offiicer (1.5%)
  • offic (0.4%)
  • offecer (0.8%)
  • officor (1.5%)
  • officeer (0.8%)
  • gaurd (0.4%)
  • offcer (2.3%)
  • offce (0.4%)
  • offficer (3.4%)
  • officicer (0.8%)
  • pofficer (0.8%)
  • offence (0.4%)
  • afficer (0.8%)
  • ofder (0.8%)

Usage examples for officer:

  • " It is an English officer "The Thin Red Line; and Blue Blood" – Arthur Griffiths
  • Now, who on earth can this officer be? "Marion's Faith." – Charles King
  • " Hold the horse," ordered the officer in Mexican. "Steve Yeager" – William MacLeod Raine
  • I explained to the officer that I hadn't the slightest idea that I was obliged to have one. "Twenty Years of Hus'ling" – J. P. Johnston

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