Common misspellings for class:
gless, claass, casy's, cloze, colaspe, closese, collase, coleags, clseo, claases, classsic, closs, cluse, calous, clease, neclase, classs, cllose, cassy, kcals, clkass, clasms, classare, fglass, facless, clese, ckass, chelasea, clawas, clsss, claser, calos, calss, cliams, calies, cvlsoe, classon, glassd, calcs, cass, wlaks, necklass, calzada, clapps, classi, cluase, klassic, calus, cal's, clasiic, cvlose, calse, casus, calssic, closee, clasic, cusal, galss, clusmy, cllaps, colaps, claas, clausew, calages, collasp, classife, clsoes, clise, callsv, goalss, glase, clses, classer, classly, coolas, casis, calias, jelaus, cloase, clas, cales, cllas, closly, calvs, calaps, collaspe, closser, claras, clairs, carss, clases, clase, acclasim, clars, lcass, clesr, cclose, calas, clasffie, casos, scaless, coalease, collabs, cloe's, blass, classe, clous, cloaser, clumssy, claues, claseese, glasser, colassal, necless, clains, gllass, clisk, clasico, calass, clashs, glasp, caluse, clesn, classroo, cluses, cluless, cliqs, cleases, celss, aclass, cvlass, closse, clische, clors, clss, closr, clasess, casul, calis, alass, calso, kless, classas, clats, classey, clsses, claeb, clashy, glasis, falss, classc, lclass, cllass, classm8, tclose, cupless, kali's, colasp, gleass, cless, clsoe, claose, clasy, classa, glasse, calciu, lgass, clssic, clasees, cluess, clapse, cloes, calsl, flass, calfs, collassal, cluas, claires's, duglass, glasss, calws, clais, colars, cluss, caalls, calyso, cloas, clows, coltss, closur, mecklace, casas, jealasy, clser, klast, colasack, caoss, clugs, clust, cloasd, cleasr, clariss, classfy, cellss, claasic, cluases, cvase, clisck, sclaes, calues, classoom, glassey, highclass, recklass, colorss, clasue, clasuse, cassa, clice, cleaser, clased, claism, clawss, claub, cleas, claissic, closig, jalissa, glassgow, cluelss, clall, classsed, callss, clsik, cklass, classeoom, classie, collasal, classom, closck, claers, clauss, classt, eclass, qalso, carless, ccass, clebs, classof, classis, classik, classiy, classyfy, caluse1, claus, cleks, closk, cloaswe, iclose, closiur, glars, plass, cahilles, cchilles, culeus, cauleus, cculeus, cyclic, cayclic, ccyclic, ceolic, ceolis, ceolus, ceschylus, cesculus, cge class, cgelaius, cgeless, cioli sauce, claska, clca, clcaeus, clcaic, clcea, clces, clehouse, clexia, clexic, clga, clgae, clias, cllelic, xlass, vlass, dlass, cpass, coass, clzss, clwss, clqss, clazs, claxs, claes, claws, clasa, clasz, clasw, xclass, cxlass, vclass, fclass, cflass, dclass, cdlass, cplass, clpass, colass, cloass, clzass, clazss, clsass, clwass, clqass, claqss, clasas, claszs, claxss, clasxs, cladss, clasds, claess, clasws, classz, classx, classd, classw, lass, clsas, class, cclass, slass, klass, glass, cdass, cnass, clcss, cla3s, clacs, claqs, clas3, clasc, c lass, cl ass, cla ss, clas s.
Definition of class:
- To form into a class or classes; to arrange methodically.
- To form into a class; assign place in a class.
- To group in classes; assign to a class.
- To grouped or classed.
- arrange or order by classes or categories; " How would you classify these pottery shards-- are they prehistoric?"
- To arrange in a class or classes; to arrange according to some method; to classify.
- To arrange; to put into sets or ranks; to distribute into groups.
- a body of students who graduate together; " the class of '97"; " she was in my year at Hoehandle High"
- elegance in dress or behavior; " she has a lot of class"
- ( biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders
- A group of individuals ranked together as possessing common characteristics; as, the different classes of society; the educated class; the lower classes.
- A number of students in a school or college, of the same standing, or pursuing the same studies.
- A comprehensive division of animate or inanimate objects, grouped together on account of their common characteristics, in any classification in natural science, and subdivided into orders, families, tribes, genera, etc.
- A set; a kind or description, species or variety.
- One of the sections into which a church or congregation is divided, and which is under the supervision of a class leader.
- To arrange in classes; to classify or refer to some class; as, to class words or passages.
- To divide into classes, as students; to form into, or place in, a class or classes.
- A rank or order of persons having like interests; a number of students of the same rank or status; a group of animals or plants; a number of objects, events, etc., having characteristics in common.
- In zoological classification the division next below the phylum ( or subphylum) and above the order.
- A rank or order of persons or things: a number of students or scholars who are taught together: a scientific division or arrangement.
- A rank or order of persons or things.
- A body of persons or things somewhat alike; a number of students having the same teacher or studies.
- A rank or order of persons or things; a number of students in a college or school of the same standing and taught together; a scientific division, specially that subordinate to a kingdom, and including orders under it.
- A rank of persons; a number of persons in society supposed to have the same position in regard to means, rank, & c.; a number of students in a college, or pupils in a school, engaged in the same course of study; a distribution into groups of creatures or things having something in common; a kind or sort.
- [ Latin] A division of a phylum and divided into orders, in classification of plants or animals.