Spell check of churchill

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Correct spelling: churchill

Common misspellings:

dhurchill, cnurchill, chamercial, churchull, chruchill, chinchila, curchill, cburchill, ch8rchill, xhurchill, churchhill, chjrchill, schachle, churchell, fhurchill, chemcial, churchis, cuurchill, charchol, churhill, hiearchial, churchof, churchart, chemcially, chiuchawa, chinchillia, churchies, vhurchill, curcial, charchole, cjurchill, chhrchill, chuurch, shechule, churchwe, churchills, churched, chirchill, chichilla, cheelchair, ch7rchill, shchedual, hiarchial, chyrchill, chemicial, cyurchill, cgurchill, churchil, micholachilo, techicial.

Examples of usage:

  1. To him all great warriors were greedy time- servers like John Churchill; all statesmen plausible placemen; all reformers self- seeking pretenders.  Charlotte's Inheritance by M. E. Braddon
  2. You will discover more passion for glory in Mr. Churchill in five minutes than you will discover in Mr. Asquith in five years.  Pebbles on the Shore by Alpha of the Plough (Alfred George Gardiner)
  3. Among the minor parts in the play Glendower, Mortimer and Sir Richard Vernon were capitally acted, Worcester was a performance of some subtlety, Mrs. Woods was a charming Lady Percy, and Lady Edward Spencer Churchill, as Mortimer's wife, made us all believe that we understood Welsh.  Reviews by Oscar Wilde
  4. Nicholas Churchill, and James How pleaded the king's pardon, as having surrendered themselves within the time limited in the proclamation, and Col.  The Pirates Own Book by Charles Ellms
  5. Miss Madeline's Proposal " Auntie, I have something to tell you," said Lina, with a blush that made her look more than ever like one of the climbing roses that nodded about the windows of the " old Churchill place," as it was always called in Lower Wentworth.  Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1904 by Lucy Maud Montgomery