Common misspellings for marine:
migrine, marigee, laurrine, marrgie, tammarin, maron, meering, magaine, marnie, maureeen, marijuna, macine, mauruce, morhine, miagrain, variane, mariage, morpine, marthin, morephine, maritine, moriane, magaeine, marijeuna, marienes, marrige, marriahe, mariens, mouring, mering, techomarine, marjiuana, madien, larraine, meride, syrine, mahine, marrie, miagraine, mmariage, merin, mariya, marchine, mariee, morne, marinea, qamarina, mirena, marrauige, maran, meauring, marjuna, mairage, majiunna, merinque, mahing, morine, mearing, marins, marite, mariion, marajuna, marier, marinez, mariied, moriphine, marigin, marrion, marriege, marrege, morraine, memrane, merigune, marinia, maring, mariene, marince, magini, maryjane, miarrige, measring, marachino, maioriry, marshino, marriae, marjunia, marawana, mairne, magrin, marjuiana, maariage, memnrane, marcing, marriaeg, maridge, marily, comaring, marne, marcene, maline, warrne, maraige, emering, membraine, meorize, marryer, marania, mrtin, mararine, mureen, aarin, marinal, tamarine, marriyng, machne, merrirer, merion, mariann, laurine, moreen, makine, marien, forine, mashine, meringe, maranade, marying, maryln, mearines, moreden, mariuana, marnia, marriend, morone, marijua, marrionett, somerone, margerine, mahcine, maragine, meicine, mroing, morophine, marriane, mirian, marene, mazine, maroone, marylin, mearure, margaine, marrrien, mariton, marride, moring, marrigae, arainge, marinier, matine, marioana, merenge, mariyln, marcaine, markin, merignue, makring, uraine, marrge, marieo, marraing, movine, mareting, morino, margine, mryna, merinade, mourice, mariagge, mirgaine, matinae, marraige, maraijuna, matrin, marron, marain, mirring, marnier, myrtie, marinho, marajana, irine, marinera, muareen, maritn, maderin, mebrane, marrieing, larin, marroned, mealine, marridge, varin, marriange, membrne, migriane, frine, marigo, migrene, morein, marrooned, makerin, moreing, marjiana, weimeraner, mariwana, maride, marige, mairrie, marjarine, marangue, maraine, magarine, mairege, martinie, mariiage, maruice, merine, arina, maain, magraine, maying, marrianne, moaring, marure, marange, murice, maming, maeing, mariane, magine, margen, hamrony, morribe, myine, marinna, ciarin, craine, graine, maine, marashino, marhing, margirine, maringal, mariana, marin, marayna, marjuina, marilun, marinda, marian, marie, martine, marven, marueen, marice, maureen, morin, parmren, marming, narine, karine, jarine, mzrine, msrine, mwrine, mqrine, maeine, madine, mafine, ma5ine, ma4ine, marune, marjne, markne, marone, mar9ne, mar8ne, maribe, marime, marije, marihe, marind, marinr, marin4, marin3, nmarine, mnarine, kmarine, mkarine, jmarine, mjarine, mzarine, mazrine, msarine, masrine, mwarine, mawrine, mqarine, maqrine, maerine, mareine, madrine, mardine, mafrine, marfine, ma5rine, mar5ine, ma4rine, mar4ine, maruine, mariune, marjine, marijne, markine, marikne, maroine, marione, mar9ine, mari9ne, mar8ine, mari8ne, maribne, marinbe, marimne, marinme, marinje, marihne, marinhe, marinwe, marinew, marinse, marines, marined, marinre, mariner, marin4e, marine4, marin3e, marine3, mrine, amrine, mraine, mmarine, maarine, marrine, mariine, marinne, marinee, earine, iarine, oarine, mirine, mcrine, ma2ine, mabine, mavine, mapine, maryne, marmne, marhne, mari.e, marife, marile, marioe, marinu, marinm, marayene, mareyene, m arine, ma rine, mar ine, mari ne, marin e.
Definition of marine:
- Naval; relating or pertaining to the sea; transacted at sea; doing duty or service on the sea. This is also a general name for I he navy of a kingdom or state; as also the whole economy of naval affairs, or whatever respects the building, rigging, arming, equipping, navigating, and fighting ships. It comprehends also the government of naval arma- ments, and the state of all the persons employed therein, whether civil or military. Also one of the marines. Wharton. See Doughten v. Vandever, 5 Del. Ch. 73.
- A soldier serving on shipboard: the whole navy of a country or state: naval affairs.
- Soldier serving on shipboard, navy or shipping of a country.
- A soldier serving on a war vessel.
- A soldier who serves on shipboard; the navy or collective shipping of a kingdom or state; naval affairs or interests in general.
- of or relating to military personnel who serve both on land and at sea ( specifically the U. S. Marine Corps); " marine barracks"
- native to or inhabiting the sea; " marine plants and animals such as seaweed and whales"
- Of or pertaining to the sea; having to do with the ocean, or with navigation or naval affairs; nautical; as, marine productions or bodies; marine shells; a marine engine.
- Formed by the action of the currents or waves of the sea; as, marine deposits.
- A solider serving on shipboard; a sea soldier; one of a body of troops trained to do duty in the navy.
- The sum of naval affairs; naval economy; the department of navigation and sea forces; the collective shipping of a country; as, the mercantile marine.
- A picture representing some marine subject.
- Pertaining to, living in, or formed by, the sea; relating to commerce at sea; near the sea; relating to commerce at sea; near the sea; used at sea.
- Of or belonging to the sea: done at sea: representing the sea: near the sea.
- Pertaining to the sea.
- Pertaining to the sea; oceanic.
- Pertaining to the sea; living or found in the sea; for use at sea; near the sea.
- Of or pert. to the sea; near or in view of the sea; representing the sea; naval.
Usage examples for marine
The words " after thorough artillery preparation" in the news from the front meant nothing to us; but when our seaside trippers learned that an elderly gentleman at breakfast in a week- end marine hotel had been interrupted by a bomb dropping into his egg- cup, their wrath and horror knew no bounds. Heartbreak House by George Bernard Shaw