Common misspellings for 18th:

17t h, q8th, 1ith, 18rh, 18fh, 18gh, 18yh, 186h, 185h, 18tg, 18tb, 18tn, 18tj, 18tu, 18ty, 218th, 128th, q18th, 1q8th, 1u8th, 18uth, 1i8th, 18ith, 198th, 189th, 18rth, 18trh, 18fth, 18tfh, 18gth, 18tgh, 18yth, 18tyh, 186th, 18t6h, 185th, 18t5h, 18thg, 18tbh, 18thb, 18tnh, 18thn, 18tjh, 18thj, 18tuh, 18thu, 18thy, 18t, 81th, 1t8h, 18ht, 118th, 188th, 18tth, 18thh, 58th, 1xth, 184h, 18dh, 18ph, 18vh, 18uh, 18tx, 18tl, 18ti, 1 8th, 18 th, 18t h.

Definition of 18th:

Usage examples for 18th

  1. The attack was made on the 18th of June, a day which, as the anniversary of Waterloo, had been hitherto associated with victory and triumph.  Life of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen, (Victoria) Vol II by Sarah Tytler
  2. His Journal has this reference to them: July 18th, 1784. I find these schools springing up wherever I go.  Fletcher of Madeley by Frederic W. Macdonald
  3. Got Mr. Levy to promise to attend the meeting, on the 18th.  Elizabeth Gilbert and Her Work for the Blind by Frances Martin
  4. But Halleck succeeded Hunter on the 18th of November, and before a month had passed away Price in turn was compelled to retreat, his men being captured by the thousand, together with large quantities of arms and supplies of ammunition and provisions.  Rodney The Partisan by Harry Castlemon