Common misspellings for phase:

phiossohy, puphase, repharse, hase, peease, physche, phurchase, phsic, thoase, phaseque, physce, pha''s, phazed, phoue, phohe, pahase, phtos, pharmecy, pharo, phsco, phoos, pharses, phrse, pasce, phraes, phote, phyced, phobe, phnoe, phase1, phsyc, rephase, phonse, phyco, phas, phraise, pharoes, physque, phiosopy, pharase, phisik, feasibe, phaces, pharmcy, phrease, phaised, pharasee, fearse, fause, piease, phsyco, phares, phasx, phizer, phpos, phrasee, phere, physco, pharmicy, thase, pase, purphase, phrace, piase, phnes, pasue, pharos, hasie, phars, phraze, phazon, phazes, phyce, phebe, faise, physo, phome, prhase, cahse, faser, phace, thaose, phaseing, phoes, phane, phae, physci, pharese, physced, phairo, feaser, phare, phode, pahse, phse, pharsee, fasce, phasis, phyche, fthose, thosae, poease, pharse, phers, phanse, bvase, photose, parphaes, pharsed, phopho, phasad, physcia, cvase, poase, phsyce, phasers, physe, hasse, phasese, phate, physiek, phario, pharise, phiosohy, phaze, phoeix, phaser, phisic, physcho, phaes, puase, ahser, fhsaa, havse, pease, pharm, phamecy, 3phase, phaseof, ph0ne, phrae, pace, paace, pache, paache, paex, phagia, pahagia, phakia, pahakia, phakic, pahakic, phasia, pahasia, phasic, pahasic, phesis, pahesis, phis, pahis, piaceae, paiaceae, piece, paiece, paios, paish, poapsis, paoapsis, pogee, paogee, pophasis, ohase, 0hase, pgase, pbase, pnase, pjase, pyase, phzse, phsse, phwse, phqse, phaae, phaxe, phade, phasw, phass, phasd, phasr, phas4, phas3, ophase, pohase, lphase, plhase, p-hase, 0phase, p0hase, pghase, phgase, pbhase, phbase, pnhase, phnase, pjhase, phjase, puhase, phuase, pyhase, phyase, phzase, phazse, phsase, phasse, phwase, phawse, phqase, phaqse, phaase, phasae, phasze, phaxse, phasxe, phadse, phasde, phaese, phasee, phaswe, phasew, phases, phasre, phas4e, phase4, phas3e, phase3, hpase, phsae, pphase, phhase, rhase, qhase, pxase, phise, phese, phcse, pha3e, phaqe, phasu, phasm, phasg, ph ase, pha se, phas e.

Definition of phase:

Usage examples for phase

  1. A new phase in Irish history had begun, of which Sir Edward Carson was the chief responsible author.  John Redmond's Last Years by Stephen Gwynn
  2. This phase we treated from several different points of view, in order to be absolutely certain that it was understood.  African Camp Fires by Stewart Edward White
  3. Strange to say, his bride began to melt away before his very eyes, and, thoroughly familiar as he was with the laws of magic, here was a new phase of mystery which was completely beyond his comprehension.  Strange Pages from Family Papers by T. F. Thiselton Dyer
  4. The educated Russian does not regard his national literature merely as the intellectual flower of his nation; it must essentially be a mirror of actual social occurrences, of the cultural phase in which any particular work originated.  Maxim Gorki by Hans Ostwald