Common misspellings for plant:
planeed, galant, planetry, planneda, mylanyta, palnet, chalant, planctiff, pleantly, plint, plantroom, plaaned, potant, plent, talant, cliant, plainy, lland, plesant, purulant, planitary, pollunant, voilant, pleasnt, permant, planon, pmand, pllaned, planat, splent, laernt, placeent, blanet, peant, planenty, palanet, plian, peannut, plenmty, parnt, purlent, plnety, plend, patiant, panet, plenthy, paytant, planest, blaent, plannet, permanat, plean, plantiff, blaint, pleny, pleasent, planty, plainiff, ilearnt, planertary, alliant, palne, surplant, pachant, plaan, poaint, olant, poalnd, plenety, pland, poigant, planwhich, pllenty, planni, polutant, withplenty, plnats, planly, plaot, plannned, walunt, blant, plnat, plymount, planem, alont, alanta, plana, pasant, coplaint, plessant, appliant, plasenta, delaunt, pleant, paymnt, pullatant, pegnat, pleasnat, pleaned, pleatny, petchlant, plantin, plynth, planc, pojnt, plendy, polonate, wlanut, polland, plinty, spllint, planit, planneed, pleanty, plument, repleant, pollent, playt, lanet, plnas, larnt, peaunt, oppulant, planeted, planand, planw, pelanty, porland, playn, planst, valant, pillarand, polinate, zaland, perant, penalt, millant, pillnitz, planwood, plesnty, placent, pletny, walnt, palnt, planatar, planify, plaintif, purlulent, pagant, pplan, claint, plaet, pusuant, plands, plart, telant, pennt, tialand, plentyof, platn, selant, plact, slanty, purluent, pernant, vailant, pearland, pplant, aliante, palnk, preant, planum, plently, silant, ploan, planout, plesnet, plantum, palat, plasant, plemnty, paymant, pelasent, pleseant, plesante, appelant, palcingt, plasent, pleaent, pesant, palnts, plcenta, pesiant, pelasant, pelnalty, pleany, plannd, plaenty, penant, parant, plantt, violant, plaset, plantss, planne, suplant, polant, parlimant, plnae, plast, plessent, planedt, plany, flant, planent, planton, planta, plnt, plann, fluant, plesaent, palanned, peanlty, plentum, planwith, plsnt, lant, piant, planety, opulant, plantie, pleassent, plonty, petualnt, peanit, pawlenty, opelaant, pranty, plantium, plaintff, planaum, planteed, peseant, pleane, plantif, plasty, plantform, polants, plang, lpenty, plnta, plaesant, plan, pllan, plentey, placet, plantive, plante, planig, playnig, polnad, plenaty, pearent, paciant, planview, passanot, flawnt, plrnty, plaent, olnyt, percnt, puruant, plalte, plunty, planng, planct, plantet, plansd, panit, pollunat, playind, chalaunt, palned, plamt, panlty, eplaind, planel, patant, playng, plesaant, poynt, peasnt, planket, plaement, pleasenat, plabnt, polan, pooland, palit, opland, plan2011, pashint, cilanto, toleant, poont, voliant, planl, pelnty, napolianto, plient, pelenty, planctif, penaut, plalet, playnly, pllanet, laint, valaint, pergant, praent, plnned, repelant, paeant, palarment, pymnt, peaunut, palanthophy, pequant, planm, plano, polenate, pllane, planete, plant, planbt, planthopper, plnater, plasti, platt, plaoto, playet, pleasunt, plentty, plints, poelenta, pollenta, polycarbonte, pwhenut, sealnt, planograph y, llant, 0lant, pkant, plznt, plwnt, plqnt, plabt, planf, plan6, plan5, oplant, lplant, pllant, p-lant, 0plant, p0lant, pklant, plkant, plpant, ploant, plzant, plaznt, plsant, plasnt, plwant, plawnt, plqant, plaqnt, planjt, planht, plantr, planft, plantf, plantg, planyt, plan6t, plant6, plan5t, plant5, plannt, xlant, tlant, rlant, qlant, phant, pnant, pmant, plcnt, pla.t, plaft, plalt, planv, pl ant, pla nt, plan t.
Definition of plant:
- To put into the ground for growth; as, to plant seed; to provide or prepare with seeds, roots, etc.; as, to plant a garden; fix in the mind; establish.
- To put into the ground for growth: to furnish with plants: to set in the mind: to establish.
- To set in the ground; establish.
- To set in the ground for growth.
- To supply ( ground) with plants or seeds.
- To perform the act of planting.
- fix or set securely or deeply; " He planted a knee in the back of his opponent"; " The dentist implanted a tooth in the gum"
- place into a river; " plant fish"
- put or set ( seeds or seedlings) into the ground; " Let's plant flowers in the garden"
- To sow seeds, or set plants.
- To set or put in the ground for growth; to furnish with plants; to set firmly; to fix; to settle; to set and direct.
- To put or set in the ground for growth; to set that it may increase, as the germ of anything; to set firmly; to fix; to settle; to fill or adorn with plants.
- a living organism lacking the power of locomotion
- something planted secretly for discovery by another; " the police used a plant to trick the thieves"; " he claimed that the evidence against him was a plant"
- an actor situated in the audience whose acting is rehearsed but seems spontaneous to the audience
- A vegetable; an organized living being, generally without feeling and voluntary motion, and having, when complete, a root, stem, and leaves, though consisting sometimes only of a single leafy expansion, or a series of cellules, or even a single cellule.
- A bush, or young tree; a sapling; hence, a stick or staff.
- The whole machinery and apparatus employed in carrying on a trade or mechanical business; also, sometimes including real estate, and whatever represents investment of capital in the means of carrying on a business, but not including material worked upon or finished products; as, the plant of a foundry, a mill, or a railroad.
- A plan; an artifice; a swindle; a trick.
- An oyster which has been bedded, in distinction from one of natural growth.
- A young oyster suitable for transplanting.
- To put in the ground and cover, as seed for growth; as, to plant maize.
- To set in the ground for growth, as a young tree, or a vegetable with roots.
- To furnish, or fit out, with plants; as, to plant a garden, an orchard, or a forest.
- To engender; to generate; to set the germ of.
- To furnish with a fixed and organized population; to settle; to establish; as, to plant a colony.
- To introduce and establish the principles or seeds of; as, to plant Christianity among the heathen.
- To set firmly; to fix; to set and direct, or point; as, to plant cannon against a fort; to plant a standard in any place; to plant one's feet on solid ground; to plant one's fist in another's face.
- To set up; to install; to instate.
- Any vegetable organism; a sprout or sapling; the tools, machinery, fixtures, and sometimes buildings, of any trade or business; as, a manufacturing plant; the equipment of an institution, as a college of hospital.
- A sprout: any vegetable production: a child: the tools or materials of any trade or business.
- A vegetable; machinery and outfit of a manufactory.
- A vegetable growth.
- The appliances required for a factory or other institution.
- Any vegetable production; a sapling; the fixtures, machinery, tools, & c., necessary to carry on any business.
- An organised living body destitute of sensation; a small vegetable; a herb or shrub; the tools necessary to any trade; the stock, fixtures, & c., necessary to carry on any large concern, as railway plant.