How Do You Spell FACIE?

Correct spelling for the English word "facie" is [f_ˈeɪ_s_ɪ], [fˈe͡ɪsɪ], [fˈe‍ɪsɪ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for FACIE

Below is the list of 47 misspellings for the word "facie".

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Usage Examples for FACIE

  1. In order to prevent the roads from raising all rates to the level of the highest instead of lowering them to the level of the lowest, the commissioners were directed to establish a schedule of maximum rates; and the charging of rates higher than these by any company after January 15, 1874, was to be considered prima facie evidence of extortion. - "The Agrarian Crusade A Chronicle of the Farmer in Politics" by Solon J. Buck
  2. The fact that Friar Tuck had disappeared from the feed corral on the very night of Donna's return to San Pasqual was to Mr. Hennage prima facie evidence that Bob McGraw had returned with her. - "The Long Chance" by Peter B. Kyne
  3. Straighten some of his crooked sentences, which, prima facie, seem to embrace in their sinuosities some great idea too awful to be uttered in plain Saxon, and thus, as it were, having thrown out the meaning, lo, the matter turns out to be rather commonplace. - "Sketches of Reforms and Reformers, of Great Britain and Ireland" by Henry B. Stanton
  4. The prima facie probabilities in his case, therefore, are very slight. - "The Red Thumb Mark" by R. Austin Freeman
  5. Not many years ago a very learned man, the late Professor von Helmholtz, although confronted with prima- facie evidence of thought transference or telepathy, declared: I cannot believe it. - "Occultism and Common-Sense" by Beckles Willson