Common misspellings for oxide:

extuve, occypied, oitside, orgaised, dioxside, exeed, exide, dioxid, oneside, dixide, moxide, oudside, oticed, ourside, aphyxiate, toxity, oxium, cosider, oxydise, exite, occipied, otside, oxize, ecide, diokside, geocide, bioxide, occired, ouside, exiit, exwife, dioxoide, exutive, cocider, axity, offiside, mixied, dioixide, logiced, exsude, ofsite, orgazied, oride, algecide, oksit, aongside, exute, oxkey, exibet, offisde, occiput, oragized, exzude, dixiode, orgaized, anxiedy, oxord, dixode, dioxyde, oxidise, alogside, dixoide, oxidice, orhcid, dexide, oxyget, dioxode, anxitey, ozzed, ousider, obide, oxyde, extieor, diaoxide, axniety, oxcide, axiety, orgised, occice, monixide, doxide, cosidder, exate, coicide, axute, oxfor, dioxde, adside, dioxied, exided, oxymeter, exavier, extied, oside, algicide, axieyt, ocde, extire, exceide, exidet, exiter, maxide, orgize, oxidiser, oxard, poxied, uxsed, ixide, kxide, lxide, pxide, 0xide, 9xide, ozide, ocide, oxude, oxjde, oxkde, oxode, ox9de, ox8de, oxise, oxixe, oxice, oxife, oxire, oxiee, oxidw, oxids, oxidd, oxidr, oxid4, oxid3, oixide, koxide, okxide, loxide, olxide, poxide, opxide, 0oxide, o0xide, 9oxide, o9xide, ozxide, oxzide, ocxide, odxide, oxdide, osxide, oxside, oxuide, oxiude, oxjide, oxijde, oxkide, oxikde, oxoide, oxiode, ox9ide, oxi9de, ox8ide, oxi8de, oxisde, oxixde, oxidxe, oxicde, oxidce, oxifde, oxidfe, oxirde, oxidre, oxiede, oxidee, oxidwe, oxidew, oxides, oxidde, oxided, oxider, oxid4e, oxide4, oxid3e, oxide3, oxid, xoide, oixde, oxdie, oxied, ooxide, oxxide, oxiide, oxide, gxide, mxide, nxide, o8ide, ohide, opide, oyide, oxade, oxmde, oxhde, oxite, oxile, oxidu, oxidm, oxida, oxidg, oxayede, oxeyede, o xide, ox ide, oxi de, oxid e.

Usage examples for oxide

  1. It is better, however, to call it simply an oxide.  An Introduction to Chemical Science by R.P. Williams
  2. The zones of oxide ores, secondary sulphide ores, and primary or protores are in most silver deposits much less regular and much less definitely marked than in the case of copper ores.  The Economic Aspect of Geology by C. K. Leith
  3. It is very seldom necessary to use nitrous oxide as a preliminary to ether if this mode of procedure is practiced.  Psychotherapy by James J. Walsh