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time

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Definition of time:

part of speech: verb

To do at the proper season; regulate as to time; measure the time of.

part of speech: noun

Point or period of any occurrence; duration; season; allotted period; the present life; repetition.

Common misspellings * :

  • itm (0.1%)
  • tiem (22.7%)
  • tmes (0.1%)
  • rtime (0.2%)
  • timie (0.4%)
  • tim (12.4%)
  • anchent (0.1%)
  • ntime (0.1%)
  • te (0.1%)
  • tims (0.1%)
  • mement (0.1%)
  • etime (1.0%)
  • 2tim (0.1%)
  • tme (15.9%)
  • s (0.1%)
  • ti (0.3%)
  • tre (0.1%)
  • tiime (5.9%)
  • timem (0.3%)
  • timt (0.2%)
  • eara (0.1%)
  • itme (4.9%)
  • tiume (0.1%)
  • timne (2.1%)
  • tiome (3.0%)
  • thime (2.9%)
  • stime (0.4%)
  • ime (8.1%)
  • ep (0.1%)
  • ttime (1.6%)
  • dtime (0.1%)
  • teme (0.1%)
  • tinme (1.0%)
  • timewith (0.1%)
  • timel (0.2%)
  • ytime (0.1%)
  • timet (0.1%)
  • timeto (0.2%)
  • timethe (0.1%)
  • toime (1.2%)
  • timwe (0.2%)
  • timw (0.6%)
  • timr (0.2%)
  • thme (0.1%)
  • tima (0.2%)
  • mounth (0.1%)
  • tne (0.1%)
  • tyme (0.6%)
  • timey (0.1%)
  • thine (0.1%)
  • timei (0.1%)
  • yime (0.3%)
  • passients (0.1%)
  • timd (0.1%)
  • sime (0.1%)
  • timemy (0.1%)
  • timeit (0.1%)
  • timeof (0.3%)
  • timme (1.3%)
  • tume (0.3%)
  • timre (0.4%)
  • timke (0.4%)
  • tikme (0.1%)
  • tmie (0.6%)
  • inititative (0.1%)
  • timee (0.7%)
  • tyime (0.6%)
  • 8th (0.1%)
  • itms (0.1%)
  • tuime (0.2%)
  • titme (0.1%)
  • til (0.1%)
  • timen (0.1%)
  • timehe (0.1%)
  • tijme (0.1%)
  • wme (0.2%)
  • tieme (0.1%)
  • fime (0.2%)
  • titime (0.1%)
  • trime (0.6%)
  • atime (1.0%)
  • timew (0.2%)
  • tilme (0.1%)
  • tim3 (0.1%)
  • ltime (0.1%)
  • ti'me (2.4%)
* Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,231,521 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Usage examples :

  • What is it this time "The Wide Awake Girls in Winsted", - Katharine Ellis Barrett
  • And the time had come. "A Christmas Garland", - Max Beerbohm
  • She is pregnant at the time "Psychotherapy", - James J. Walsh
  • You may do much in that time "After a Shadow, and Other Stories", - T. S. Arthur

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