How Do You Spell LACK?

Correct spelling for the English word "lack" is [l_ˈa_k], [lˈak], [lˈak]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of LACK

  1. To be wanting; come short; as, to lack in wisdom.

Common Misspellings for LACK

Below is the list of 348 misspellings for the word "lack".

Usage Examples for LACK

  1. And at the end, when he was quiet for lack of words to say, she went to him and touched his arm. - "The Sea Bride" by Ben Ames Williams
  2. It is just a sign of complete lack of imagination. - "Best Russian Short Stories" by Various
  3. I caught her when she was fallin', an' I told her I'd see that you didn't lack for nothin' while I lived an' that I'd keep an eye on you an' see that nothin' wrong happened to you. - "The Long Chance" by Peter B. Kyne
  4. If Althea falls in love with a man equipped as I'm not equipped, that does prove that I lack something that would have won her; but it doesn't prove that she's found the right man. - "Franklin Kane" by Anne Douglas Sedgwick