Common misspellings for ACIDS:

asociats, facits, nsaids, aciden, asdfs, arcitech, orhids, asfdsaf, ecidnas, aciuty, asdies, asasd, acis, saids, eschados, addicits, decids, ecist, asdasda, acitve, asdsad, acida, dicids, asdadsf, acidid, ecide, acives, arcitle, amids, ayrds, acions, aids, acitons, asdas, orcids, actiss, abids, acides, acees, acers, aceates, acicity, asdfsa, ecidiour, acide, acidemia, asiist, acity, acitatio, akids, facitis, acoids, nasids, acidamy, awrds, accdess, acrds, acitidy, facids, acious, aviods, addcits, racits, acites, adcise, aceasta, avids, acedmy, aceints, asisde, addds, asdasd, acidy, icitizen, eceeds, asids, aicds, acieves, anoids, asdfas, ecards, asits, acidicy, tacits, asdasdf, atids, asdsa, adsdas, anacids, acends, assad's, associd, usaids, zcids, qcids, ac9ds, ac8ds, acidz, acidw, zacids, azcids, sacids, ascids, wacids, awcids, qacids, aqcids, axcids, acxids, avcids, acvids, afcids, acdids, acuids, aciuds, acjids, acijds, ackids, acikds, aciods, ac9ids, aci9ds, ac8ids, aci8ds, acidss, acixds, acidxs, acifds, acidfs, acidrs, acieds, acidsa, acidzs, acidsz, acidsx, acidds, acidse, acidws, acidsw, aacids, aciids, acayeds, aceyeds, a cids, ac ids, aci ds, acid s.

Usage examples for ACIDS

  1. Note their occurrence in the three strongest and most common acids.  An Introduction to Chemical Science by R.P. Williams
  2. In some, the traces of fossils may have been effaced by water and acids, at many successive periods; indeed the removal of the calcareous matter of fossil shells is proved by the fact of such organic remains being often replaced by silex or other minerals, and sometimes by the space once occupied by the fossil being left empty, or only marked by a faint impression.  The Student's Elements of Geology by Sir Charles Lyell
  3. When these discordant acids shall have ripened in the sunshine and the rain, who shall tell how good the fruit may be?  The Mystery of Metropolisville by Edward Eggleston
  4. One's knowledge of pictures, or of Kant, of bob- whites or acids, cannot be applied to every conceivable occasion, but nothing can happen in all the world that one cannot see or feel or delight in, or suffer in, through Charles Lamb's soul if one has really acquired it.  The Lost Art of Reading by Gerald Stanley Lee