Correct spelling for the English word "massachusetts" is [m_ˌa_s_ɐ_tʃ_ˈuː_s_ɪ_t_s], [mˌasɐt͡ʃˈuːsɪts], [mˌasɐt‍ʃˈuːsɪts]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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  1. a member of the Algonquian people who formerly lived around Massachusetts Bay

Common Misspellings for MASSACHUSETTS

Below is the list of 355 misspellings for the word "massachusetts".

Usage Examples for MASSACHUSETTS

  1. Every farmer and fox- hunter would smile if he read Thoreau's statement, made in his paper on the natural history of Massachusetts, that " when the snow lies light and but five or six inches deep, you may give chase and come up with the fox on foot." - "The Last Harvest" by John Burroughs
  2. His seatmate in the North School, which he attended, and a lifelong friend, was the late Joseph Allen, D. D., of Northboro, Massachusetts, who ever said that Lowell Mason was one of the best scholars in the school; and the schools of the town being then under the supervision of Dr. Prentiss, they were doubtless fairly good schools. - "Memories of a Musical Life" by William Mason
  3. They cannot stand,- such has been the experience in Massachusetts,- they cannot stand by the side of a good system of public education. - "Thoughts on Educational Topics and Institutions" by George S. Boutwell
  4. Massachusetts had gone still farther. - "The Critical Period of American History" by John Fiske
  5. The blood of some of the royal families of Massachusetts may be found in the veins of London people. - "Remarks" by Bill Nye