Spell check of apathy

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Correct spelling: apathy


Common misspellings:

emathy, ardythe, apathey, empthay, epithph, aalthough, aparathem, apathia, apthy, naptha, appaih, pathy, thepath, omepath, appachi, apatchee, anopther, apethy, aparthide, upthrow, upwith, patho, anothy, neuoropathy, epitathe, epithany, arethey, aiwth, anthoy, nueropathy, appahy, anpother, neruopathy, anipathy, apatheid, upteeth, upthere, sypothy, empath, appathy, abath, paythe, apparthied, upthe, apathic, apairy, atthe, aparthied, apethite, apatie.

Examples of usage:

  1. Was it ignorance, apathy, or composure that made them so indifferent?  The Sea: Its Stirring Story of Adventure, Peril, & Heroism. Volume 1 by Frederick Whymper
  2. It was indeed poor Matamore, sitting on the ground, with his back against the tree, and his long legs, stretched out in front of him, quite buried under the snow; he did not stir at the approach of his comrades, or answer their joyful shout of recognition, and when Blazius, alarmed at this strange apathy, hastened forward and threw the light of the lantern upon his face, he had nearly let it fall from fright at what it revealed.  Captain Fracasse by Theophile Gautier
  3. Were there no other motive than that of indignation against the author of this outrage on private confidence, whose shaft seems to have been aimed at yourself more particularly, this would make it the duty of every honorable mind to disappoint that aim, by opposing to its impression a seven- fold shield of apathy and insensibility.  Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson
  4. The imminent peril startled the Spartans from their wonted apathy, and they set out at once in full force to the relief of Tegea.  Stories From Thucydides by H. L. Havell
  5. It awakened British statesmen from their apathy, and led them to adopt measures of unwonted vigour.  The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.) by John Holland Rose