Common misspellings for chief:
cheiff, chaier, chielfy, chieif, chilf, shiff, shitf, cheif, echieve, chies, shilf, chique, chefck, michief, thife, shife, chift, shief, cheef, chekov, sheiff, choie, chiuaua, chief''s, chieve, shrieff, chefon, chafee, chiuahuah, shireff, mishchief, chirf, thiefe, schieve, chie, chice, chelf, wchih, chived, chielf, sheif, thierfor, scharf, cheaf, chiek, chif, chilee, micheif, cheic, chavy, chefe, shuffe, chiyo, charfe, chef''s, mishief, cheerfu, theif, chifon, chaver, chiuahua, cholify, thirf, cheff, checf, chiefe, shlef, churfh, chiuaha, dechipher, sherff, cheifs, chiuawa, sheff, cheife, sherief, chied, sheirff, cheufer, acheiv, chieft, whife, chife, achiev, cheft, chofer, chher, cheeful, shielf, phewf, knief, chifs, chiro, chhief, chaif, thieff, shieft, chevey, cief, chier, chefr, achief, achvie, cheifly, chihua, chamf, cheif's, chejov, chevy, chieff, chiffaun, chiauhua, chiawa, chihuaua, chiuahaua, c few, cbbe, cbbey, cbove, cbye, ccusive, cacusive, cccusive, cahieve, cchieve, cesop, cgape, cgave, chab, ckaba, cpia, cqaba, cquaphobia, csap, cssuasive, cucuba, cvahi, cvow, caboo, cabu, caby, cack off, cack up, cackup, cagpipe, xhief, vhief, fhief, dhief, cgief, cbief, cnief, cjief, cuief, cyief, chkef, choef, ch9ef, ch8ef, chiwf, chisf, chidf, chi4f, chi3f, chiec, chiev, chieg, chiet, xchief, cxhief, vchief, cvhief, fchief, cfhief, dchief, cdhief, cghief, chgief, cbhief, chbief, cnhief, chnief, cjhief, chjief, cuhief, chuief, cyhief, chyief, chiuef, chijef, chkief, chikef, choief, chioef, ch9ief, chi9ef, ch8ief, chi8ef, chiwef, chiewf, chisef, chiesf, chidef, chiedf, chiref, chierf, chi4ef, chie4f, chi3ef, chie3f, chiefd, chiecf, chiefc, chievf, chiefv, chiegf, chiefg, chietf, chiefr, hief, hcief, cihef, cchief, chiief, chieef, chief, khief, ghief, ahief, bhief, cxief, clief, ciief, chmef, chiuf, chimf, chigf, chieb, chayeef, cheyeef, chighef, c hief, ch ief, chi ef, chie f.
Definition of chief:
- a person who exercises control over workers; " if you want to leave early you have to ask the foreman"
- a person who is in charge; " the head of the whole operation"
- The principal part; the most valuable portion.
- A commander or leader or principal person.
- A head or principal person: a leader: the principal part or top of anything.
- A leader; principal person.
- A ruler, leader, or head; principal part.
- A head or principal person; commander; the principal thing; the largest part; the upper part of an escutcheon. To hold land in chief, to hold it directly from the sovereign, by honourable personal services.
- A commander or leader; the head man of a clan, or tribe, or family.
- ( of persons) highest in rank or authority or office; " his arch rival"; " the boss man"; " the chief executive"; " head librarian"; " top administrators"
- most important element; " the chief aim of living"; " the main doors were of solid glass"; " the principal rivers of America"; " the principal example"; " policemen were primary targets"
- Highest in office or rank; principal; head.
- Principal or most eminent in any quality or action; most distinguished; having most influence; taking the lead; most important; as, the chief topic of conversation; the chief interest of man.
- Principal; leading; main.
- Head: principal, highest, first.
- Principal; highest.
- Highest; greatest; of great importance.
- Principal; highest in office or rank; most eminent; most important; leading; main.
- Highest; principal; the most eminent or distinguished; the most important; first.