How Do You Spell PROVISO?

Correct spelling for the English word "proviso" is [pɹəvˈa͡ɪzə͡ʊ], [pɹəvˈa‍ɪzə‍ʊ], [p_ɹ_ə_v_ˈaɪ_z_əʊ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of PROVISO

  1. a stipulated condition; "he accepted subject to one provision"

Common Misspellings for PROVISO

Below is the list of 200 misspellings for the word "proviso".

Usage Examples for PROVISO

  1. So, sorely against his will, Bertie had submitted, with the proviso that if things went wrong he should be sent for immediately. - "The Knave of Diamonds" by Ethel May Dell
  2. But, sir, what will be thought when I show, as I shall directly show by official figures, that, so far from providing for four million emancipated slaves, the Freedmen's Bureau never yet provided for a hundred thousand, and, as restricted by the proviso to the third section of the present bill, it could never be extended, under it, to a larger number. - "History of the Thirty-Ninth Congress of the United States" by Wiliam H. Barnes
  3. You shall be its commander, and I now bestow upon you Schloss Eltz, the only proviso being that you are to enter into possession of it by whatever means you choose to use. - "The Strong Arm" by Robert Barr
  4. Hence the Toleration Act, and, of necessity, the proviso in the act of the following session of the General Court whereby it approved the Saybrook Platform. - "The Development of Religious Liberty in Connecticut" by M. Louise Greene, Ph. D.
  5. It was this last proviso that overcame Olivia's objections. - "Doctor Luttrell's First Patient" by Rosa Nouchette Carey