Common misspellings for cell:
nell, cerel, scedual, sellt, sellig, celll, cerfull, cell449, ceal, cearal, cerly, sellar, ciels, cycl, celic, csll, casll, celey, we''ll, micele, celcia, celllar, ner'zul, cekk, llll, seell, jeol, celer, kell, gazell, yeall, hell, cel, cellur, selle, wlel, chellow, lecel, ccll, cercle, celan, civl, helll, cycel, useall, cirele, skell, cyclle, cellege, scelra, cilil, cinyl, cemi, tosell, ahll, ciecle, cealr, cellls, hellu, cearl, pell, cerc, yelo, selph, cll, theyll, soell, sellor, cell, ciil, xcell, selli, cirle, wlell, cheyl, celly, ccyle, coll, celler, cirly, micely, ceil, mucell, chall, cerael, cihld, ceilce, scylla, felll, cilln, call, cillia, cylce, celie, velly, xcel, urcela, civle, ceral, selly, helli, celt, cellery, cireal, ceils, mell, uselly, celss, cefe, selll, cherl, mycellar, nocely, sepll, cwell, we''''ll, xcall, racehl, sella, socel, eell, mucel, ceels, cheel, celion, suscele, csall, thell, icely, selld, sellr, cilly, cella, ewll, ceily, herll, celp, cearly, hellw, sollo, cellor, celo, hell0, rell, ceel, 0792cell, nicelly, cellis, ceullar, sellp, cxall, cilla, ceilar, scedul, scoll, ciel, chesla, purcelli, selual, vell, sellae, celluar, cellin, ozzello, cerful, ecell, cilli, nciolle, celluer, caselaw, cearel, erll, cill, cealn, vehcel, cehf, cerleun, cece, necely, ciclo, ciuld, gell, soceal, selof, cellss, hsllo, sellf, ciall, cell0, celar, scehule, selv, faceal, celerly, ciller, 400xll5, decele, cellsa, seule, cyler, acell, chello, celle, cecel, wqell, celb, semll, cevil, recell, locel, cels, cqll, celin, celarly, caceli, celeb, celi, cell1, cell608, chll, chlly, cyul, cycly, xpell, feceal, gissell, luicelle, pelll, racell, scedulle, schell, sch00l, sell1, the'll, they''ll, well, xell, dell, cdll, crll, c4ll, c3ll, cekl, cepl, ceol, cxell, vcell, fcell, cfell, dcell, cdell, cewll, csell, cesll, cedll, crell, cerll, c4ell, ce4ll, c3ell, ce3ll, cekll, celkl, cepll, celpl, ceoll, celol, cellk, cellp, cello, ecll, clel, ccell, ceell, sell, aell, cmll, cgll, cedl, cehl, cenl, ceml, celd, celh, celn, c ell, ce ll, cel l.
Definition of cell:
- To place or inclose in a cell.
- To cover with a ceiling.
- To furnish with a ceiling.
- a small unit serving as the nucleus of a larger political movement
- the basic structural and functional unit of all organisms; cells may exist as independent units of life ( as in monads) or may form colonies or tissues as in higher plants and animals
- a device that delivers an electric current as the result of a chemical reaction
- any small compartment; " the cells of a honeycomb"
- ( biology) the basic structural and functional unit of all organisms; cells may exist as independent units of life ( as in monads) or may form colonies or tissues as in higher plants and animals
- a small unit serving as part of or as the nucleus of a larger political movement
- A very small and close apartment, as in a prison or in a monastery or convent; the hut of a hermit.
- A small religious house attached to a monastery or convent.
- Any small cavity, or hollow place.
- The space between the ribs of a vaulted roof.
- Same as Cella.
- A jar of vessel, or a division of a compound vessel, for holding the exciting fluid of a battery.
- One of the minute elementary structures, of which the greater part of the various tissues and organs of animals and plants are composed.
- A small room in a monastery, convent, or prison; a small cavity or hole; a tiny mass of living matter forming one of the units of every living body.
- 1. A minute structure, the living, active basis of all plant and animal organization, composed of a mass of protoplasm, enclosed in a delicate membrane and containing a differentiated part, the nucleus Cells are of the most varied form and structure according to the function which they have to perform; some are simple in structure and lead an independent or quasi- independent existence, being capable of reproduction and adaptation to environment; others are highly differentiated, fixed in form and location, and incapable of reproduction, self- nutrition, or locomotion. 2 A small closed or partly closed cavity such as the air cells, or alveoli, of the lungs, the spaces in cancellous bone- tissue, etc. 3. An element or unit of a galvanic battery, or the chamber containing the metals and acid media by the chemical action of which the electricity is produced. ( For the cells not here defined see the qualifying word.).
- A minute mass of protoplasm, generally containing a nucleus.
- A small room: a cave: a small shut cavity.
- A small chamber, space, cavity, or vesicle.
- Elec. A single element of a voltaic battery.
- Enclosed space in a prison or a convent; the small rude retreat of a hermit; a small cavity; a little bag or vesicle containing fluid or other matter; a little vessel or bladder which enters into the composition of cellular tissue.
- A small confined room; an apartment in a prison; a small cavity; a private room in a nunnery or monastery.
- A small cavity or hollow; a unit mass of protoplasm, usually containing a nucleus.