Common misspellings for retained:

ssertained, frieatened, reaturned, resturned, resdinet, retuned, remianed, returnd, returneed, retinopaty, returend, treatened, reutend, reutned, tarined, retaded, reatatant, greatand, rtenetd, oreietned, retutned, ruturned, reticient, retiled, retuened, maitained, retinopahty, reamined, rottened, retuirned, redened, retrend, rerturned, orietned, rentaed, rednedd, reuinted, threatined, pretained, regaind, refained, retruned, retived, restaint, reddenned, britined, ratifed, retecent, regianed, reteived, remanied, reddned, derainged, remainied, thretaned, retaird, deteained, retsuarnat, btained, returnrd, restained, reagained, reuturned, reained, readingd, theretened, rreturned, reutrned, remidned, retane, ridind, retaner, denaied, redifined, gettind, eatened, certaind, writintg, reternd, retairment, reutnred, retaned, threatoned, returened, ramained, matained, readind, retaingin, retunred, rearend, returnand, righthander, readand, writtenand, rearainged, detined, retightened, repotand, remdiend, tained, reassined, returnned, realined, writtened, returnde, ceratainity, remeained, treatned, returnted, returmnred, crittende, reagined, rentand, retrned, threthened, remaiend, remeined, retaines, refiined, retrund, retirned, rerained, retainin, rewined, reterned, redenned, reganed, rearrainged, rutuine, reatained, relatingto, retaerd, returnded, retaing, retaine, routined, retuired, retated, rtaney, reatced, retunrd, certained, returnred, reuined, otained, cotained, oreitned, reatauanteur, retuine, eatind, retainde, retine, reattended, terrained, ridinfd, retaired, frtiend, reatined, reckened, reatiner, returnmed, deanied, retuend, retaind, pretand, reamained, thretand, atained, reamiend, retainig, retuerned, returhned, repawned, remainde, retinopthay, returnend, retianed, recinde, reatarded, ordanied, righthand, retrurned, returrned, retainined, remdined, creatintg, retainage, retourned, retited, threttened, retunrned, o9rdained, shereturned, thretened, retauranteur, reutended, oritened, chritanity, readhed, receined, redeened, retund, repained, retainmmm, reteired, retturned, returnedto, threteaned, eetained, fetained, tetained, 5etained, 4etained, rwtained, rstained, rdtained, rrtained, r4tained, r3tained, regained, reyained, re6ained, re5ained, retzined, retsined, retwined, retqined, retauned, retajned, retakned, retaoned, reta9ned, reta8ned, retaibed, retaimed, retaijed, retaihed, retainwd, retainsd, retaindd, retainrd, retain4d, retain3d, retainex, retainec, retainef, eretained, reetained, dretained, rdetained, fretained, rfetained, tretained, rtetained, 5retained, r5etained, 4retained, r4etained, rwetained, rewtained, rsetained, redtained, rretained, rertained, re4tained, r3etained, re3tained, reftained, retfained, regtained, retgained, reytained, retyained, re6tained, ret6ained, re5tained, ret5ained, retzained, retazined, retsained, retasined, retwained, retawined, retqained, retaqined, retauined, retaiuned, retajined, retaijned, retakined, retaikned, retaoined, retaioned, reta9ined, retai9ned, reta8ined, retai8ned, retaibned, retainbed, retaimned, retainmed, retainjed, retaihned, retainhed, retainwed, retainewd, retainsed, retainesd, retainded, retainedd, retainred, retainerd, retain4ed, retaine4d, retain3ed, retaine3d, retaineds, retainexd, retainedx, retainecd, retainedc, retainefd, retainedf, retainedr, retaineed, retainede, etained, rtained, retaied, ertained, rteained, retanied, retaiend, rettained, retaained, retaiined, retainned, 2etained, retained, betained, zetained, vetained, petained, setained, rutained, rmtained, ratained, rgtained, re4ained, redained, revained, reuained, retiined, reteined, retcined, retayned, retaaned, retamned, retahned, retai.ed, retaifed, retaioed, retainud, retainmd, retainad, retaingd, retainet, retainel, retaayened, retaeyened, r etained, re tained, ret ained, reta ined, retai ned, retain ed, retaine d.

Usage examples for retained

  1. He retained the seat through many years.  Sketches of Reforms and Reformers, of Great Britain and Ireland by Henry B. Stanton
  2. In theory, " hall" and " college" have much in common; one Cambridge college indeed has retained the name of " hall," and two of the women's colleges in Oxford have preferred to keep the old style.  The Charm of Oxford by J. Wells
  3. Indian respect for the mother; retained through life; observed by Indian Christians.  India and the Indians by Edward F. Elwin
  4. He had retired a year or two before from a responsible position in an insurance office, but he still retained his active business habits, and by eight o'clock every morning of the summer was out and busy in his garden.  The Spy in Black by J. Storer Clouston
  5. He had once seen young Roger Ingleton, at that time a mere boy, but retained no distinct memory of him.  Roger Ingleton, Minor by Talbot Baines Reed