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Correct spelling for the English word "Abaci" is [ˈabɐsˌa͡ɪ], [ˈabɐsˌa‍ɪ], [ˈa_b_ɐ_s_ˌaɪ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of ABACI

  1. of Abacus

Anagrams of ABACI

5 letters

  • abaci.

4 letters

3 letters

Common Misspellings for ABACI

Below is the list of 85 misspellings for the word "abaci".

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Usage Examples for ABACI

  1. These two spring from strange square abaci resting on the carved capitals of round shafts, two on each side. - "Portuguese Architecture" by Walter Crum Watson
  2. It has semicircular arches, made of Roman bricks, springing from square massive piers with single abaci. - "English Villages" by P. H. Ditchfield
  3. Even at Amiens, amid all the splendours of its fully- developed geometrical windows, the pillars and arches, in their square abaci and even in the sections of their mouldings, have what an Englishman calls a Romanesque feeling still hanging about them. - "Sketches of Travel in Normandy and Maine" by Edward A. Freeman Commentator: W. H. Hutton
  4. It is framed as are the windows, and has shafts, capitals, abaci, and bases just like those already described; but the arch is different. - "Portuguese Architecture" by Walter Crum Watson
  5. It has well- moulded arches and abaci; capitals richly carved with realistic foliage, and on each side six of the apostles, all very like each other, large- headed, long- bearded, and long- haired, with rather good drapery but bodies and legs which look far too short. - "Portuguese Architecture" by Walter Crum Watson
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