How Do You Spell MACABRE?

Correct spelling for the English word "macabre" is [m_ə_k_ˈɑː_b_ɹ_ə], [məkˈɑːbɹə], [məkˈɑːbɹə]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for MACABRE

Below is the list of 47 misspellings for the word "macabre". Misspellings percentages are collected from over 510 000 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Usage Examples for MACABRE

  1. This precisely is where the film crosses the line between the intriguing and the macabre - "Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema" by Sam Vaknin
  2. Then these memories perceiving that I have taken away the obstacle have raised the trapdoor which has kept them beneath the floor of consciousness arise from the depths they rise they move they perform in the night of unconsciousness a great dance macabre - "Dreams" by Henri Bergson
  3. Moreover he attempted humorous effects not very successfully because one of the interesting points about John Inglesant is that there is hardly the slightest touch of humour from beginning to end except perhaps in the fantastic mixture of tragedy and comedy in the carnival scene presided over by the man who masquerades as a corpse and even here the humour is almost entirely of a macabre type - "The Silent Isle" by Arthur Christopher Benson
  4. He has illustrated a volume of Edgar Poe's tales that displays a macabre imagination - "Promenades of an Impressionist" by James Huneker
  5. Sylvia enjoyed this rather macabre fancy with all the zest of healthful youth secure in the conviction of its own immortality - "The Bent Twig" by Dorothy Canfield