Common misspellings for most:
mastr, musht, mosto, mosow, mastar, molst, mozat, iost, mpost, mosqito, kost, molto, vosot, amoust, moffit, mght, mosty, msot, mott, moet, myso, moste, msoit, mst, mosetly, moscot, must, may31st, nmoist, mmost, mustve, msust, emost, rmost, mystry, smoot, monsato, measnt, misst, mont, misdt, miztvah, minosota, mopst, moast, meast, amesty, umust, bost, mmust, mohito, kemist, mousk, amost, fmost, mustt, missit, mosk, moiste, moced, maost, mustag, musdt, mystey, mosy, youmust, most, comosite, mixta, modist, masot, uoset, moscito, mosqe, mostr, moptor, maste, moslty, mout, moistrue, lostt, mosat, aimost, mistak, mnost, mioster, moust, imust, tost, morst, farmost, gohst, fost, fosit, ost, ciost, moster, myst, musta, mylast, mujst, mastir, milsaty, momitor, minst, mnust, mosta, messt, motst, mosied, mastiod, musent, mostle, nmust, moit, moest, mostis, mosco, tmust, mosr, dumist, mostky, moisute, mest, moight, mouster, miust, jost, mosed, mpst, may1st, measute, mioght, mjst, mosq, maston, mosouri, mastor, host1, maostly, messd, amust, dmost, mosqu, mustar, moost, mistic, mestiza, misght, moset, msart, makout, tohst, mostlay, vorst, lossto, llost, misth, mosquto, moskito, mostach, mostyl, mucst, youst, gost, musct, chost, mosu, mostlu, themost, rost, mostl, mosart, mosit, lamost, amist, mjust, damist, smooht, musnt, myselt, mistro, moscou, dos't, namsty, mostof, imosed, mozrt, myust, mos, goste, mositrue, mose, monste, majasty, myht, moskow, muist, mosted, wost, maust, moisty, msotly, smort, mybest, mositer, meout, nmost, musrt, mdoest, aomost, mosest, nost, mitst, myseft, muxt, mosrt, miost, mustr, mosh, mostlee, mysite, tosit, sosity, momit, famoust, morizt, mostash, mistke, thost, mostiuer, post, mostiure, moostash, musid, moscitos, musst, mustof, rmust, mokoto, ermest, muyst, moustash, masty, mosst, mouht, moistue, wosst, meest, mosyt, mostn, mosdt, moght, mestke, losty, lmust, modt, muust, lmost, losst, imost, mystro, loste, mistif, mostt, marst, xost, cost, moistre, smust, masht, moswt, monst, mustbe, famost, sost, liost, mowst, omost, mohsin, mysety, dost, majest, mosist, mast, mistor, mofist, moiset, mort, mosth, mmsi, must'e, musn't, mustan, mustur, yousto, po'st, you'st, mlst, m0st, moxt, mosf, mos6, mos5, kmost, mkost, jmost, mjost, mlost, m0ost, mo0st, m9ost, mozst, moszt, moxst, mosxt, mosft, mostf, mosgt, mostg, mos6t, most6, mos5t, most5, omst, eost, mgst, mo3t, mos4, mosp, mosv, m ost, mo st, mos t.
Definition of most:
- The greatest number, part, quality, or value.
- The greatest number or quantity.
- The greatest number or amount. At the most, at the utmost extent; at furthest.
- The greatest number, part, or quantity; the utmost value or extent- when used as a noun, the noun is usually understood.
- ( of actions or states) slightly short of or not quite accomplished; ` near' is sometimes used informally for ` nearly' and ` most' is sometimes used informally for ` almost'; " the job is ( just) about done"; " the baby was almost asleep when the alarm sounded"; " we're almost finished"; " the car all but ran her down"; " he nearly fainted"; " talked for nigh onto 2 hours"; " the recording is well- nigh perfect"; " virtually all the parties signed the contract"; " I was near exhausted by the run"; " most everyone agrees"
- used to form the superlative; " the king cobra is the most dangerous snake"
- In the highest degree.
- In the greatest or highest degree; for the greatest part: at most, or at the most, within the furthest limits; the utmost extent: to make the most of, to derive the greatest benefit or advantage from.
- ( superlative of ` many' used with count nouns; often preceded by ` the') quantifier meaning the greatest in number; " who has the most apples?"; " most people like eggs"; " most fishes have fins"
- ( superlative of ` much' used with mass nouns; usually preceded by ` the') quantifier meaning the greatest in amount or extent or degree; used with mass nouns; usually follows ` the'; " made the most money he could"; " what attracts the most attention?"; " made the most of a bad deal"
- the superlative of ` much' that can be used with mass nouns and is usually preceded by ` the'; a quantifier meaning the greatest in amount or extent or degree; " made the most money he could"; " what attracts the most attention?".
- ( superlative of ` many' used with count nouns and often preceded by ` the') quantifier meaning the greatest in number; " who has the most apples?"; " most people like eggs"; " most fishes have fins"
- very; " a most welcome relief"
- Consisting of the greatest number or quantity; greater in number or quantity than all the rest; nearly all.
- Greatest in degree; as, he has the most need of it.
- Highest in rank; greatest.
- Superlative of more; greatest in number, quantity, or degree.
- ( superl. of MORE), Greatest: excelling in number.
- Greatest in number or quantity.
- Consisting of the greatest number, amount, or quantity; greatest.
- Greatest in quality, degree, amount, or number.
- Superl. degree of much; consisting of the greatest number or quantity.