Common misspellings for mode:
womder, modom, motief, madke, smade, midel, middke, woude, medea, mude, morden, mayde, moodie, maded, vode, mandie, moher, midem, moduel, mde, modertae, modofy, mydy, moode, lode, mdade, moood, moste, todie, muder, comodey, modelo, modorn, moderae, mommet, moehr, mideum, moteh, vmade, nmade, imder, moww, moe, midle, myside, mudey, mthod, omedy, mediea, moded, modell, meody, madel, modfy, vodeo, moden, modefie, mybe, modive, pomote, moedl, modfiy, siode, tomote, moced, meowd, moveout, mome, murde, moevd, motre, modoule, momme, moderte, mvoie, mvie, morbide, modle, camode, moder, made, moday, kode, morter, sode, moodt, mdeia, mondo, maden, motern, sorde, motoe, morder, mytie, comode, mediey, movet, madof, modiy, modum, mmod, modearte, thode, madfe, mmodern, youde, maddie, mdoule, motehr, imade, mioved, momday, madeup, mehod, madde, morte, modden, mondey, camodia, mdern, medeum, medow, masde, madie, youed, motoer, modifer, morfe, mone, molte, move, mydad, mudle, umade, moders, mediue, monda, moldey, madea, maday, mordem, mdoe, mosed, moade, moddy, modre, mobed, modded, moyle, modearor, movite, moderm, monei, mtoher, motir, medle, melodey, midde, more, mdoel, modues, modder, modd, tmade, moset, medie, mody, motuh, mmode, moter, modo, wode, mided, mkae, madeout, moddes, emody, modale, moote, madew, moice, smioed, modity, maied, makde, ciode, myrder, moodel, mthood, modeat, momet, mohter, code, remode, moed, mowe, mamde, cammode, madome, merder, nmaed, madme, moudle, hmade, rmote, maade, maede, medume, motef, mordom, mobe, moke, mtoehr, modue, you'de, moked, madce, maqde, fode, morwe, moled, movde, kodi, mored, mods, mose, imede, modefi, mocie, murda, gode, modl, madet, pode, mdoern, phode, motter, madeit, lmade, moderday, komode, madow, momey, mmade, movate, modefy, mofe, mtoor, mnade, modarn, moce, amade, murdor, mvoed, modeate, madethe, moveed, moddel, moodes, lemoade, mthe, muderd, mordeci, mortge, mvoe, mouht, mede, mader, madeto, mymood, mordern, mfade, somde, moght, msde, modeal, modt, wmade, maide, emade, moreto, hamade, modile, dode, molde, mediem, moret, mygod, motve, mmoved, modi, metode, tode, modnay, mmodel, hode, mordel, madei, moie, moduke, modigy, moute, madee, mide, mottoe, midea, mondau, motjer, coomode, middie, meade, mortem, 12mid, midew, modela, modam, modert, modied, moidfy, moodle, mouded, modly, mobey, 2more, motte, moeved, romoda, youd'e, manita, maanita, mati, maati, mend, maend, mended, maended, menity, maenity, mentia, maentia, miidae, maiidae, maity, mmodytidae, mamodytidae, mmoniate, mamoniate, mmoniated, mamoniated, mmonite, mamonite, mmonoid, mamonoid, mniota, maniota, mniote, maniote, mount, mkde, mlde, mpde, m0de, m9de, moxe, moee, modw, mod4, mod3, nmode, mnode, kmode, mkode, jmode, mjode, miode, moide, mokde, mlode, mpode, mopde, m0ode, mo0de, m9ode, mo9de, mosde, modse, moxde, modxe, mocde, modce, mofde, modfe, morde, moede, modee, modwe, modew, modes, modde, mod4e, mode4, mod3e, mode3, omde, mgde, mmde, modu, modm, modg, mowed, m ode, mo de, mod e.
Definition of mode:
- Referential value in a series of data to the most common, most often occurring value. In a frequency distribution graph, the peak represents the mode. The mode of the series 1, 2, 2, 3, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 6 is 4 because it occurs most often. There may or may not be a mode, or two modes, known as a bimodal series, or even more modes, known as a multimodal series.
- a manner of performance; " a manner of living"; " in the characteristic New York style"; " a way of life"
- a particular functioning condition or arrangement; " switched from keyboard to voice mode"
- any of various fixed orders of the various diatonic notes within an octave
- how something is done or how it happens; " her dignified manner"; " his rapid manner of talking"; " their nomadic mode of existence"; " in the characteristic New York style"; " a lonely way of life"; " in an abrasive fashion"
- Manner of doing or being; method; form; fashion; custom; way; style; as, the mode of speaking; the mode of dressing.
- Prevailing popular custom; fashion, especially in the phrase the mode.
- Variety; gradation; degree.
- Any combination of qualities or relations, considered apart from the substance to which they belong, and treated as entities; more generally, condition, or state of being; manner or form of arrangement or manifestation; form, as opposed to matter.
- Same as Mood.
- The scale as affected by the various positions in it of the minor intervals; as, the Dorian mode, the Ionic mode, etc., of ancient Greek music.
- A kind of silk. See Alamode, n.
- Custom; fashion; manner; in grammar, a change in the form of a verb to denote the manner of its action or being: called also mood.
- Rule: custom: form: manner of existing: that which exists only as a quality of substance.
- Form; manner; fashion; in mus., distinction of scales, as major and minor.
- Manner of being or doing; way; prevailing style.
- The manner in which the action of a verb is stated.
- Manner; method; form; fashion: a kind of silk. See Mood.
- Manner of existing or being; manner; fashion; custom; usual way or course; in music, the peculiar melody of the octave in its divisions, as the minor mode, the major mode.
Usage examples for mode
Maunder's rule is, " Transitive verbs and participles govern either the objective case or the infinitive mode." The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown