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Spell check of executive

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Correct spelling:
Person or authority that executes the law.
That executes or carries into effect.
treasurer (noun)
officer, moneylender, lender, bookkeeper, banker, controller, official, teller, cashier, loaner, trustee, accountant, bursar, auditor, treasurer, financier, comptroller, manager.
director (noun)
ruler, director, warden, administrator, master, foreman, overlord, ringmaster, leader, commandant, chief, ringleader, taskmaster, queen, magistrate, superintendent, mayor, dean, governor, manager, captain, supervisor, boss, conductor, overseer, king, baron, general, officer, Lord, band master, commander.
productive (adjective)
profitable, fertile, lush, prolific, constructive, teeming, pregnant, fecund, productive, parturient, fruitful, creative, bountiful.
causative (adjective)
motivational, causative, formative, responsible, generative, influential, germinal, pivotal, effective, causal.
master (noun)
senior, proprietor, dean, director, captain, maestro, guru, ruler, governor, leader, manager, Lord, kingpin, squire, head, sire, president, principal, mahatma, star, officer, quartermaster, authority, commandant, titleholder, mandarin, master, landlady, mother, commander, abbot, proprietress, chief, landlord, headmaster, headmistress.
Other synonyms:
administrator, executive director.
Examples of usage:
  1. The Executive Council had suddenly awakened to a sense of its duty, and decided to allow the law to take its course. - "Reminiscences of a South African Pioneer", W. C. Scully.
  2. " Our executive meets every week, of course," she observed. - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.
  3. Now the general court of the adventurers was to govern, with the council as its executive agency. - "The Virginia Company Of London, 1606-1624", Wesley Frank Craven.
Common misspellings:
  1. excutive (26%)
  2. exective (11%)
  3. excecutive (10%)
  4. exectutive (7%)
  5. exectuive (5%)
  6. exceutive (4%)
  7. execuitive (3%)
  8. exsecutive (3%)
  9. exeuctive (3%)
  10. exeutive (2%)
  11. executve (2%)
  12. exectuvie (2%)
  13. execuitve (1%)
  14. execitive (1%)
  15. ececutive (1%)

Misspellings percentages are collected from over 14,913,252 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jul 2012.

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