How Do You Spell TENET?

Correct spelling for the English word "tenet" is [t_ˈɛ_n_ɪ_t], [tˈɛnɪt], [tˈɛnɪt]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of TENET

  1. An opinion; doctrine.

Common Misspellings for TENET

Below is the list of 432 misspellings for the word "tenet".

Usage Examples for TENET

  1. As I told you, I will enforce the basic tenet that top Gunther is top boss- man, woman, snake, fish, or monster. - "The Galaxy Primes" by Edward Elmer Smith
  2. The doctrine of " three acres and a cow," in opposition to every tenet of rural economy, as well as the division of the land among the labourers, were at the time paraded by theorists and paid agitators, as bribes to purchase the votes of the new electors, and as ensuring the salvation of the rural population, which was then beginning to suffer from unemployment, resulting from the destruction of corn- growing by foreign competition. - "Grain and Chaff from an English Manor" by Arthur H. Savory
  3. One chain of hills in their country bears the name " Solomon's Mountains," another " Amram Chain," and the most warlike tribe is called Ephraim, while the chief tenet of their law is " eye for eye, tooth for tooth." - "Jewish Literature and Other Essays" by Gustav Karpeles
  4. It was against every sensible tenet of scientific procedure. - "Mate in Two Moves" by Winston Marks
  5. All the tendencies of the age were against allowing more than could be helped in favour of a tenet which had been employed in support of the wildest extravagances, and had held the place of highest honour among the opinions of the early Quakers, the Anabaptists, the Muggletonians, the Fifth Monarchy men, and other fanatics of recent memory. - "The English Church in the Eighteenth Century" by Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton