Common misspellings for town:
ioen, cown, doown, downof, twhen, gorwn, dowen, adown, htoown, nown, twn, tawon, downmy, downd, tonw, towncar, toopen, tougne, torne, towm, dcown, downn, dodwn, toan, tourny, townhoue, lowton, konw, towyn, tookin, downa, qown, trown, stoen, lturn, ortowner, tooken, tocan, towner, torwn, fown, tookn, whwn, downb, dowtown, towna, toewn, downor, doewn, topen, shutown, towned, toucn, betwwn, dopwn, town, tiwan, bown, downt, tournie, downthe, tyhen, downm, topwn, towd, toeven, tound, tiwn, twon, tworn, toung, yown, itnow, toand, tongh, torney, touney, foton, doowoon, tognue, dowmn, townfor, mtoion, dowon, tonhy, downon, btown, tdown, doqwn, downown, godown, owna, thnow, tocu, twone, diown, thewn, wown, towl, pown, tewnt, tothen, stown, youown, tihkn, towh, down, toren, fdown, togain, dorwn, kown, wvwn, toknow, troun, toungh, hown, tiyn, torwd, storn, tawan, tounch, torun, wtihww, doiwn, toon, tourn, dowwn, toucin, tonny, got'n, toone, donwn, toen, towng, tturn, towa, dounf, downe, thown, tougn, dowdn, touz, sdown, iown, townof, dowan, taiwn, doww, dowbn, tebow, don'n, tuiion, typoon, toewr, touing, toing, touwn, dlown, dpwn, townard, tewnty, towe, tokin, tyhan, stoon, towen, tonne, aown, toekn, tknow, downo, idown, toin, thorwn, toron, tocken, tawn, twwt, tooand, todown, tolen, douwn, knwn, paydown, tooing, tonue, twoor, dowin, downl, lown, towrn, towle, votin, toend, etown, toiwn, thwn, tuchdown, gouwn, ddown, tornnay, tyurn, toown, daown, rown, toun, btwn, downj, dowsn, dwtown, mo'town, ton, oown, ouwn, tawnt, tawnna, tewen, toyna, toynya, toww, towne, towo, ttwo, twwo, tiwh, t a time, ta a time, t home, ta home, tahena, thenaeum, tahenaeum, tahene, theneum, taheneum, thenian, tahenian, thinai, tahinai, taom, tone, taone, tonia, taonia, taony, ttain, tatain, ttune, tatune, taemon, tahomey, taimon, tama, tame, tamon, 6own, 5own, tkwn, tlwn, tpwn, t0wn, t9wn, toqn, to3n, towb, towj, rtown, tfown, ytown, tyown, 6town, t6own, 5town, t5own, tiown, tkown, tlown, tolwn, tpown, t0own, to0wn, t9own, to9wn, toqwn, towqn, toawn, toswn, towsn, to3wn, tow3n, to2wn, tow2n, towbn, townb, towmn, townm, towjn, townj, towhn, townh, otwn, ttown, towwn, townn, 4own, uown, tgwn, tmwn, tnwn, to7n, towf, twown, t own, to wn, tow n.
Definition of town:
- The court end of London;-- commonly with the.
- Any collection of houses, making a distinct place with a name, larger than a village but not organized as a city; the citizens or voters of such a place; a closely populated place as contrasted with the country; a unit of local government.
- A place larger than a village, not a city: the inhabitants of a town.
- Collection of houses larger than a village; the inhabitants of a town.
- A collection of houses larger than a village; also, the people of such place, collectively.
- A township.
- Originally a fortified place; a collection, of indefinite extent, of houses larger than a village, specially one with a regular market and inferior to a city; a city; the inhabitants of a town or city; the metropolis or its inhabitants; the court end of London.
- Properly; an enclosed place, then a farm, dwelling, village, or collection of house walled in; any collection of houses larger than a village; any principal collection of houses of a county; the metropolis.
- Formerly: ( a) An inclosure which surrounded the mere homestead or dwelling of the lord of the manor. [ Obs.] ( b) The whole of the land which constituted the domain. [ Obs.] ( c) A collection of houses inclosed by fences or walls.
- Any collection of houses larger than a village, and not incorporated as a city; also, loosely, any large, closely populated place, whether incorporated or not, in distinction from the country, or from rural communities.
- The body of inhabitants resident in a town; as, the town voted to send two representatives to the legislature; the town voted to lay a tax for repairing the highways.
- A township; the whole territory within certain limits, less than those of a country.
- The metropolis or its inhabitants; as, in winter the gentleman lives in town; in summer, in the country.
- A farm or farmstead; also, a court or farmyard.
- The court end of London;- commonly with the.