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case

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Definition of case:

part of speech: verb

To cover with, or put in, a case.

part of speech: noun

An event; state or condition; statement; issue at law; inflection of nouns, & c.

Common misspellings * :

  • ch (0.4%)
  • cuase (7.2%)
  • casse (5.2%)
  • ase (4.8%)
  • cae (13.7%)
  • casr (1.2%)
  • cace (1.2%)
  • cade (0.4%)
  • casses (2.8%)
  • casee (0.4%)
  • caseing (0.4%)
  • cass (1.2%)
  • casue (9.2%)
  • caset (0.4%)
  • caise (0.8%)
  • chasis (0.4%)
  • csae (1.6%)
  • casere (0.8%)
  • cas (25.7%)
  • caes (1.2%)
  • acse (0.8%)
  • canse (0.4%)
  • case4 (0.8%)
  • cose (1.2%)
  • c (0.4%)
  • cahse (0.4%)
  • cansee (0.4%)
  • icase (0.4%)
  • casa (0.8%)
  • bcuase (0.4%)
  • sace (0.4%)
  • casu (0.4%)
  • chaes (1.2%)
  • cse (8.0%)
  • caase (2.4%)
  • carse (0.4%)
  • cawswe (0.8%)
  • cise (0.8%)
  • kase (0.4%)
* Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,231,521 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Usage examples :

  • That's the case of the Rosicrucians. "Là-bas", - J. K. Huysmans
  • And this was the case with them all. "Peggy Owen and Liberty", - Lucy Foster Madison
  • Some of de men be dead, some moanin' an' some a groanin', but nobody pay no tention, case de Yankees keep a comin. "Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves, North Carolina Narratives, Part 2", - Work Projects Administration

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