Common misspellings for public:
repuclic, publice, publuc, poliec, plublic, pupilc, ublic, publi, rupublic, repblic, publich, pubilc, publis, publinc, pubkic, poublic, publci, publsih, pliblic, publicoty, republc, pulbic, poplic, publicaly, publicy, porbalby, publo, replublic, plubic, publc, publiciy, rebublic, biblic, epublic, pulblic, publisged, reupblic, publoic, repiblic, publiclly, publsh, pubulic, republik, publict, bibilica, sybolic, polic, inpublic, publidh, publily, publik, repbublic, pulic, biblica, reublic, pblic, pupblic, puvlic, punblic, repubilc, publicliy, pubplic, publise, pblix, opublic, republiic, pubblicly, pablic, bublic, publick, repuplic, piblic, puclic, publisih, publicley, publcly, publisghed, pubilsh, repbulic, piublic, publiclaly, publicat, ppublic, publive, publlic, publicatio, publicty, rpublic, rrepublic, purblic, publiser, pelbic, pubblic, publiuc, pshyic, publoc, reblic, publin, propublica, prolifc, publicate, pubicly, poblic, oublic, poliyc, puplic, publicn, publilc, rebulic, publeic, publid, publize, puslbic, thepublic, puplick, publickly, poubuly, puyblic, pbulic, publica, publec, apublic, pulback, publiv, publico, puboic, pelic, pubilcly, problogger, publishg, plublish, pubilic, puiblic, punlic, publink, pevlic, prublic, pubklic, publically, publicv, publix, publicky, publiehd, purbeck, repubulic, repuiblic, respublic, pelike, paelike, phyllous, pahyllous, plasia, palasia, plysia, palysia, pologia, paologia, paologise, paologize, pologue, paologue, paology, poplexy, paoplexy, ppalachia, papalachia, ppaloosa, papaloosa, pplause, paplause, pple juice, paple juice, pple sauce, paple sauce, pplejack, paplejack, pplesauce, pubi s, lublic, 0ublic, pyblic, phblic, pjblic, p8blic, p7blic, puhlic, puglic, pubpic, publjc, publkc, publ9c, publ8c, publif, lpublic, -public, p-ublic, 0public, p0ublic, pyublic, phublic, puhblic, pjublic, pujblic, p8ublic, pu8blic, p7ublic, pu7blic, puvblic, pubvlic, pubnlic, pubhlic, pugblic, pubglic, publkic, publpic, pubolic, publuic, publjic, publijc, publikc, publioc, publ9ic, publi9c, publ8ic, publi8c, publixc, publicx, publivc, publifc, publicf, publidc, publicd, upblic, puublic, publiic, publicc, xublic, tublic, rublic, qublic, p5blic, peblic, pqblic, pwblic, ptblic, purlic, pujlic, puflic, pubdic, pubhic, pubnic, pubmic, publyc, publac, publmc, publhc, publig, publia, publib, publayec, publeyec, pu blic, pub lic, publ ic, publi c.
Definition of public:
- Pertaining to a state, nation, or whole community; proceeding from, re- lating to, or affecting the whole body of people or an entire community. Open to all; notorious. Common to all or many; general ; open to common use. Morgan v. Cree, 46 Vt. 786, 14 Am. Rep. 640; Crane v. Waters ( C. C.) 10 Fed. 621; Austin v. Soule, 36 Vt. 650; Appeal of Eliot, 74 Coun. 586, 51 Atl. 558; 0'IIara v. Miller, 1 Kulp ( Pa.) 295. A distinction has been made between the terms " public" aud " general." They are sometimes used as synonymous. The former term is applied strictly to that which concerns all the citizens aud every member of the state; while the latter includes a lesser, though still a large, portion of the community. 1 Greenl. Ev.
- a body of people sharing some common interest; " the reading public"
- The people in general.
- The people: the general body of mankind: the people, indefinitely.
- The people.
- The people collectively.
- The people at large; the many; the people indefinitely.
- not private; open to or concerning the people as a whole; " the public good"; " public libraries"; " public funds"; " public parks"; " a public scandal"; " public gardens"; " performers and members of royal families are public figures"
- Of or pertaining to the people; belonging to the people; relating to, or affecting, a nation, state, or community; -- opposed to private; as, the public treasury.
- Open to the knowledge or view of all; general; common; notorious; as, public report; public scandal.
- Open to common or general use; as, a public road; a public house.
- The general body of mankind, or of a nation, state, or community; the people, indefinitely; as, the American public; also, a particular body or aggregation of people; as, an author's public.
- A public house; an inn.
- Of or pertaining to the people at large; as, public property; open; generally known; common to all; open to general use.
- Of or belonging to the people: pertaining to a community or a nation: general: common to all: generally known.
- Pertaining to the community; common; generally known.
- Pertaining to the public at large; open to all; well- known.
- Pertaining to a nation, state, or community; extending to a whole people; circulating among all classes; open to all; notorious; regarding the good of the community; open to common use.
- Pert. to a state or community; extending to a whole people; not private; common; open to all.