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Great

Common misspellings for great:

gret, graat, grait, freat, gresat, greak, greatv, grat, greaty, gretat, reat, grear, gread, rgeat, grean, greay, grwat, breat, grweat, grea, agreat, gtreat, greaat, greeat, qreat, greate, greal, graet, sgreat, grreat, geat, greart, great1, greqat, geart, greast, greatr, gereat, greata, greath, rgreat, grerat, ghreat, creat, hreat, grewat, greatl, grest, greawt, gerat, greatet, ggreat, grteat, dreat, hgreat, goreat, gr3eat, greta, grett, gret, graat, grait, freat, gresat, greak, greatv, grat, greaty, gretat, reat, grear, gread, rgeat, grean, greay, grwat, breat, grweat, grea, agreat, gtreat, greaat, greeat, qreat, greate, greal, graet, sgreat, grreat, geat, greart, great1, greqat, geart, greast, greatr, gereat, greata, greath, rgreat, grerat, ghreat, creat, hreat, grewat, greatl, grest, greawt, gerat, greatet, ggreat, grteat, dreat, hgreat, goreat, gr3eat, greta, grett, grait, greaty, dreat, greta.

Definition of great:

  • Large; of large amount; long- continued; weighty; chief; of vast power and excellence; supreme; vast; wonderful; able; accomplished; distinguished; eminent; dignitied; magnanimous; magnificent; sublime; noble; proud; pregnant; difficult; distant by one more generation, in the ascending or descending line; pre- eminent.
  • The whole; the gross; the lump; people of rank or distinction.
  • Large or considerable in bulk, dimensions, or number; weighty; adorable; marvellous; principal; having rank or power; illustrious; eminent; of a high and noble character; expressing an extension or unusual degree of a thing; pregnant; a word used in the more remote steps of consanguinity, either ascending or descending, as great- grandfather; hard, difficult, or grievous.

Usage examples for great

  1. " Say, it's great, An- ina! – The Heart of Unaga by Ridgwell Cullum
  2. We had a great time. – From the St. Lawrence to the Yser with the 1st Canadian brigade by Frederic C. Curry
  3. Great was Cheschapah, who had done all this! – Red Men and White by Owen Wister
  4. A very great day indeed. – A Prisoner in Turkey by John Still

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“ermine”

An animal much like the weasel, and valued for its snowy white fur; the fur of the crmine, usually studded with black tufts such as tip its tail; the dignity of a judge, whose state robes were adorned with ermine in emblem of purity of administration; a white field with black spots, representing justice symbolically.

An animal of the weasel kind, of a white colour, the fur of which, as being used for the robes of judges, is often employed to denote the office or dignity of a judge; an emblem of purity and of honour without stain.