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one

Spell check one

Definition of one:

part of speech: adjective

Single; undivided; the same.

part of speech: noun

Oneness.

Common misspellings * :

  • oner (1.0%)
  • ne (3.1%)
  • onel (1.3%)
  • onle (1.6%)
  • jone (0.1%)
  • othe (0.1%)
  • onec (0.4%)
  • ove (0.4%)
  • onen (0.5%)
  • onece (0.9%)
  • pne (2.2%)
  • oine (3.4%)
  • ong (0.1%)
  • ocne (0.1%)
  • meer (0.1%)
  • ond (1.4%)
  • onew (1.2%)
  • oned (0.6%)
  • soe (0.1%)
  • ome (3.6%)
  • bady (0.1%)
  • thone (0.1%)
  • owne (0.1%)
  • opne (3.5%)
  • onbe (2.2%)
  • sone (1.7%)
  • obe (0.4%)
  • onve (0.1%)
  • onc (0.6%)
  • ona (0.4%)
  • ane (0.4%)
  • onse (0.9%)
  • ione (1.8%)
  • l (0.3%)
  • oney (0.1%)
  • oneof (1.0%)
  • on1 (0.1%)
  • ono (0.3%)
  • nin (0.1%)
  • oneon (0.1%)
  • oe (10.6%)
  • pme (0.1%)
  • mone (0.6%)
  • une (0.5%)
  • onetwo (0.1%)
  • ean (0.1%)
  • oone (3.5%)
  • onone (0.3%)
  • noone (0.1%)
  • ony (0.9%)
  • ine (4.2%)
  • onet (0.3%)
  • eachone (0.1%)
  • knowone (0.1%)
  • eone (2.1%)
  • eof (0.5%)
  • aone (1.0%)
  • onee (1.7%)
  • orne (0.1%)
  • onde (0.3%)
  • onw (6.0%)
  • onme (0.8%)
  • rone (0.3%)
  • ohne (0.4%)
  • onr (5.2%)
  • onn (0.1%)
  • aon (0.1%)
  • oen (8.6%)
  • nne (0.1%)
  • fone (0.4%)
  • noe (2.6%)
  • onf (0.4%)
  • ont (2.1%)
  • ons (0.5%)
  • wone (1.7%)
  • oun (0.1%)
  • ibe (0.1%)
  • onhe (0.3%)
  • u (0.1%)
  • inpaticular (0.1%)
  • omne (0.3%)
  • ohe (0.1%)
  • o9n (0.3%)
  • 0ne (1.2%)
  • 9ne (0.3%)
  • eaone (0.4%)
  • o2ne (0.3%)
  • obne (0.8%)
  • ojne (0.3%)
  • oneo (0.1%)
  • onne (1.6%)
  • onoe (0.3%)
* Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,231,521 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Usage examples :

  • Come one come all! "Nine Little Goslings", - Susan Coolidge
  • No one to tell us what to do. "The Boy Allies Under the Sea", - Robert L. Drake
  • Oh, that was the one at Schildhorn. "The Son of His Mother", - Clara Viebig
  • One of them is. "The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land", - Ralph Connor

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