What is the correct spelling for INVIDUAL?

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Correct spellings for INVIDUAL

  • avidly Beadles obituary in The Daily Telegraph claimed that he "was the most avidly watched presenter on television".
  • enviously Orsino thought enviously of San Giacinto's two sons, leading what seemed to him a life of comparative activity and excitement in the Italian army, and having the prospect of distinction by their own merits.
  • individual And I shall rejoice to give her to you,-not because you are Lord Silverbridge, not because of your rank and wealth; but because you are-that individual human being whom I now hold by the hand."
  • individually Pea Considered individually the plural is peas; when referring to the crop the proper form is pease.
  • inevitable Ratcliffe's face was impassive, but the inevitable , "I knew it," almost sprang to his lips.
  • inevitably He shattered himself, he inevitably shattered himself to pieces against the huge, black, cloud-topped, interminable precipice of British Philistinism.
  • infernal That infernal Indian lied.
  • infidel If you will tell me when it was that the Creator caught with his almighty arms, Abraham, and held him fast while he poured the oil of grace on his rebellious soul, then I will know-when it was that he was converted from his Infidel views to Christianity."
  • informal
  • interval
  • invade
  • invader He has long ceased to be worth the answer which a new invader may get.
  • invading
  • invalid
  • invidious
  • invidiously
  • inviolate Here then is the abode of inviolate sanctity!
  • invite
  • invited
  • invitee
  • inviting
  • unduly
  • Envied "To continue, then: you are a man of extraordinary courage, and I have always admired you even while I envied you.
  • Invaded
  • invites
  • invaders
  • infidels Their terrible screams could be heard a good half league away, and it would have been better for them to die than to become captives of the infidels .
  • invades The sidewalks are filled with a laughing, singing, uproarious crowd that quickly invades every restaurant, cafe, or chop-house until their little tables overflow on to the grass and side- walks, and even into the middle of the streets.
  • invitees
  • infill