Common misspellings for group:
groupon, gruup, groupwork, gruop, grewup, ghrap, gripy, erggroup, greop, grwow, groud, garoups, graoups, crupy, groub, groyup, gruops, froup, grouwth, groupt, euroup, grioup, gronup, grouip, backgroup, qroup, groupin, gropup, goupe, growup, groug, gtoup, gtroup, droup, groupl, grahpic, group4, ggroup, groupr, gropu, grouop, biograhpy, groupe, groun, grop, geroup, grou, grouptime, syruop, grourp, greul, grouups, group''s, growa, geoup, curroupt, corrup, goupr, grooups, gropie, goruops, grouops, rocap, groop, eroup, cropp, groow, georous, grooup, thropu, grpup, propur, groupsa, goup, greap, syroup, grup, gourp, qroups, aggroup, groops, corrupe, eeroupe, granpa, grupo, groue, gruope, croupl, gripp, greoup, grupe, groip, gorups, groum, gradpa, grounp, growh, groupof, karosyrup, groiw, groupi, goroup, grough, cirup, grapg, grouo, groupwill, cruop, grousp, grouply, groap, grous, grupal, gorup, roupa, grpwth, croupe, group1, thegroup, grioups, groupal, eroupe, grouup, groupc, giveup, grouos, groupo, groep, corup, griups, groul, fgroup, croop, groiup, groupos, sryup, troup, groupd, grouw, grouwn, grory, grouth, groupp, croupt, grolw, roup, gorous, agroup, groupy, graoup, grohe, gropage, 1group, gorupa, groop1, grouple, grpoup, hgroup, groupus, gruoups, gropwth, hroup, yroup, gdoup, gfoup, g5oup, g4oup, grkup, grlup, gr0up, gr9up, groyp, grohp, grojp, gro8p, gro7p, grou0, gfroup, vgroup, gvroup, bgroup, gbroup, ghroup, ygroup, gyroup, tgroup, gdroup, grdoup, grfoup, grtoup, g5roup, gr5oup, g4roup, gr4oup, grkoup, grokup, grloup, grolup, gr0oup, gro0up, gr9oup, gro9up, grouyp, grohup, grouhp, grojup, groujp, gro8up, grou8p, gro7up, grou7p, groulp, grou-p, grou0p, group0, rgoup, grroup, wroup, oroup, g2oup, gboup, gzoup, gvoup, gpoup, gsoup, grgup, grmup, grnup, gro5p, groqp, growp, grotp, groux, grout, grour, grouq, g roup, gr oup, gro up.
Definition of group:
- A number of eighth, sixteenth, etc., notes joined at the stems; -- sometimes rather indefinitely applied to any ornament made up of a few short notes.
- 1. Two or more of something with some type of commonality. Typically, people who work together to achieve a common set of goals. This involves regular contact, frequent interaction, mutual influence, and some feelings of camaraderie, 2. In Mathematics, this is a set's subset.
- To from into a collection or class.
- form a group or group together
- arrange into a group or groups; " Can you group these shapes together?"
- To form into a group.
- To bring or place together in a cluster or knot.
- the blood group whose red cells carry the A antigen
- A cluster, crowd, or throng; an assemblage, either of persons or things, collected without any regular form or arrangement; as, a group of men or of trees; a group of isles.
- An assemblage of objects in a certain order or relation, or having some resemblance or common characteristic; as, groups of strata.
- To form a group of; to arrange or combine in a group or in groups, often with reference to mutual relation and the best effect; to form an assemblage of.
- A number of eighth, sixteenth, etc., notes joined at the stems; - sometimes rather indefinitely applied to any ornament made up of a few short notes.
- A small crowd or assemblage; a cluster; as, a group of houses.
- A number of persons or things together: ( art) an assemblage of persons, animals, or things, forming a whole.
- Cluster; assemblage.
- A small collection or company; cluster.
- A cluster; an assemblage; an assemblage of figures forming an artistic whole; a class scientifically connected.
- A small crowd or assemblage; in art, an assemblage of figures or objects having some resemblance or character in common.
- A number of plants, or animals, related to one another, and considered collectively.
- for or by a group rather than individuals; " dipping each his bread into a communal dish of stew"- Paul Roche; " a communal settlement in which all earnings and food were shared"; " a group effort"
Usage examples for group
A little group of old gentlemen immediately foregathered with them. A Woman Named Smith by Marie Conway Oemler