Common misspellings for tract:
abtract, practi, tragdic, trapet, tomact, atract, cateract, trajec, trajady, tagrte, trach, terack, tracket, tradic, orrect, terracote, baracuta, tragitey, traggic, trac, traety, tragdy, teriffect, traet, tackt, cotrrect, tragyty, traged, trarget, treart, trqach, driect, tragady, tragicty, trackpad, trhougout, kataract, teradactal, trickt, teridactl, tragty, tradgdy, attrract, trult, trasit, tracs, trxt, dragd, tructh, tracter, treackig, ditrict, chataract, tragity, crct, treatt, ciruct, trage, haracter, trajedy, targit, strct, trate, trajic, traight, brackit, tradagy, trast, taret, tyrack, atttract, tracsh, trapt, treack, drect, trajety, fractue, cirrect, traegdy, taranjit, corract, tradgidy, traht, strickt, targte, crect, drawcard, tragidy, trajity, ttrack, traject, trcak, tragety, ditrect, trhoat, catract, reackt, trakc, tratic, trcts, darlict, trudt, tracktor, tracke, tricket, deriect, prect, traty, trhet, tracted, trcaey, twict, treaet, tradgic, srict, tragy, disract, trhoughout, trhat, derect, travet, structe, tarctor, teracce, cotract, drasctic, catapract, tirant, attreact, struct, throgt, trictly, tragest, atrract, traffict, taraget, tricj, proct, iteract, traiig, tracton, terget, trackl, arect, tieckt, cirect, tracfic, trucj, tragaty, drracket, pruct, tikect, tarack, trencoat, tracki, citrcuit, truat, cortrect, truct, trat, targt, tracotr, structu, traked, stragty, practe, traite, terracota, trackter, charact, trageted, ditract, teradactyl, trajerdy, tradigy, drawcord, tghat, aracde, derict, trougt, retarct, strect, ract, drigt, ciruict, trackia, durect, trackm, detarct, matrket, traductor, patriact, diractly, trica, attrect, tareget, tesseract, trukety, taregt, tradgity, traic, trackt, dirict, attrcat, trucut, ytryrty, traget, attrct, trheat, trifect, attrackt, tracto, fract, stragaty, dfact, srcath, irrect, trickty, trrack, tracl, cract, dorect, htroughout, wtratwgiww, tracting, trocity, trackig, trackk, dradt, treqat, fotrge5t, cricut, cataracct, tragect, drict, atrect, tatict, triceht, tragiv, attaract, torughout, trality, attraect, attracti, cetaract, cortract, vorrect, darect, diractin, fracuter, purect, terat, teracotta, tesct, tgroughout, traqck, tract205, traktor, tragoty, tragec, tragit, trant, treaat, trict, yract, 6ract, 5ract, tdact, t4act, trzct, trsct, trwct, trqct, traxt, travt, tradt, tracf, trac6, trac5, trract, ftract, tfract, gtract, tgract, ytract, tyract, 6tract, t6ract, 5tract, t5ract, teract, tdract, trdact, trfact, trtact, tr5act, t4ract, tr4act, trzact, trazct, trsact, trasct, trwact, trawct, trqact, traqct, traxct, tracxt, travct, tracvt, trafct, tracft, tradct, tracdt, tracrt, tractr, tractf, tracgt, tractg, tracyt, tracty, trac6t, tract6, trac5t, tract5, trct, tarct, trcat, tratc, traact, tracct, tractt, 4ract, pract, uract, t2act, tbact, tvact, tpact, trect, trcct, trakt, tragt, traat, trabt, tracp, tracv, t ract, tr act, tra ct, trac t.
Definition of tract:
- Verses of Scripture sung at Mass, instead of the Alleluia, from Septuagesima Sunday till the Saturday befor Easter; -- so called because sung tractim, or without a break, by one voice, instead of by many as in the antiphons.
- To trace out; to track; also, to draw out; to protact.
- Something drawn out or extended; expanse.
- A region or quantity of land or water, of indefinite extent; an area; as, an unexplored tract of sea.
- Traits; features; lineaments.
- The footprint of a wild beast.
- Treatment; exposition.
- Continuity or extension of anything; as, the tract of speech.
- Continued or protracted duration; length; extent.
- Verses of Scripture sung at Mass, instead of the Alleluia, from Septuagesima Sunday till the Saturday befor Easter; - so called because sung tractim, or without a break, by one voice, instead of by many as in the antiphons.
- a bundle of nerve fibers following a path through the brain
- a brief treatise on a subject of interest; published in the form of a booklet
- a system of body parts that together serve some particular purpose
- a bundle of mylenated nerve fibers following a path through the brain
- A written discourse or dissertation, generally of short extent; a short treatise, especially on practical religion.
- A short pamphlet or leaflet, usually on some moral or religious subject; a large area of land.
- Something drawn out or extended: continued duration: a region: a short treatise.
- Region of indefinite extent; short treatise.
- An extended area.
- A short treatise; pamphlet.
- Something drawn out or extended; a region or quantity of land or water of indefinite extent; a short treatise, generally religious; extent; the trace or footing of a wild animal.
- A region or area or system considered as a whole, as the alimentary tract.
- [ Latin] A region or area or system considered as a whole, as the alimentary tract( anat.).