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Spell check of risque
- Correct spelling:
- disreputable (adjective)
- dishonorable, ribald, contemptible, louche, infamous, nefarious, shady, shifty, disreputable, dubious, questionable, notorious.
- Other synonyms:
- amorous, obscene, romantic, voluptuous, off, racy, gamey, down in the mouth, blue, drear, fat, high, depressed, disconsolate, dismal, low-spirited, dark, full-bodied, sexy, hot, piquant, zesty, intimate, down, robust, puritanic, rich, game, animal, luscious, lively, profane, blasphemous, toothsome, vulgar, gritty, sensual, lewd, patrician, savoury, gloomy, low, juicy, dingy, blueish, downcast, bawdy, drab, dispirited, gamy, sexual, naughty, spirited, off-color, spunky, indecent, gentle, red-hot, bluish, salty, spicy, mettlesome, aristocratical, suggestive, downhearted, blue-blooded, grim, dreary, puritanical, savory, aristocratic, sorry.
- Common misspellings:
- fisque (33%)
- riske (33%)
- resque (33%)
- Examples of usage:
In it anything of a risque nature had to be presented with certain trimmings which allowed it to be classified as " art," but in the other house such restrictions existed. - no - "The Cow Puncher", Robert J. C. Stead.
To be frank, Lovely, I was unwilling to take the risque of defeat. - no - "The Cow Puncher", Robert J. C. Stead. Mr. - "The Passionate Elopement", Compton Mackenzie.
They meet, and become the future deacons and elders, in all probability, to whom the minister has to bow; they agree to build a church at their own risque: they are not speculators, but religious people, who have not the least wish to make money, but who are prepared, if necessary, to lose it. - no - "The Cow Puncher", Robert J. C. Stead. Mr. - "The Passionate Elopement", Compton Mackenzie. - "Diary in America, Series One", Frederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat).
- In it anything of a risque nature had to be presented with certain trimmings which allowed it to be classified as " art," but in the other house such restrictions existed.
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