How Do You Spell ETON?

Correct spelling for the English word "Eton" is [ˈiːtən], [ˈiːtən], [ˈiː_t_ə_n]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of ETON

  1. English jacket, boy\'s short coat reaching to hips.

Common Misspellings for ETON

Below is the list of 382 misspellings for the word "eton".

Usage Examples for ETON

  1. Was it possible that his school was worse than other schools, and what was usual there, would be exceptional at Rugby, Eton and Winchester? - "The Loom of Youth" by Alec Waugh
  2. " Just exactly," said young Edward Dunbar, who, in the migration transit between Eton, which he had left at Easter, and Oxford, which he was to enter at Michaelmas, was plentifully imbued with the aristocratic prejudices common to each of those venerable seats of learning " just exactly what in the fitness of things the talk of a Mr. Thompson ought to be." - "The London Visitor" by Mary Russell Mitford
  3. I give you notice, I'm going back to Eton as fast as I can gallop; and who knows what plain speaking may do with the Eton lads? - "The Parent's Assistant" by Maria Edgeworth
  4. About six in the evening all the boys returned in the order of procession, and, marching round the great square of Eton, were dismissed. - "The Parent's Assistant" by Maria Edgeworth
  5. The lad coloured hotly, then bethought himself- radiant:- I left Eton last half, as of course you know quite well. - "Marcella" by Mrs. Humphry Ward