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Correct spelling: eighteenth


Common misspellings:

eighteeth, eightteenth, eightenn, ectinide, eachmonth, fiteenth, betweenthe, estonied, righteenth, eigteenth, fithteenth, ekghteenth, eiguteenth, eieghteen, eightennth, eightten, eighteth, eignteenth, eiggteenth, eihhteenth, eightteen, eigbteenth, eoghteenth, siteenth, eighttenth, eoghteen, sighteenth, eughteenth, dighteenth, eigtheenth, wighteenth, eithteenth, umteenth, eccustomed, eightenth, eiyhteenth, 4ighteenth, eifhteenth, eigjteenth, eivhteenth, nighteenth, 3ighteenth, eaghteen, upteenth, eibhteenth, eghteen, eighteeen, e8ghteenth, e9ghteenth, ejghteenth.

Examples of usage:

  1. May eighteenth and May nineteenth slipped by without an allusion to the fact that on May twentieth he had been born, and so oblivious was everybody to his existence that had he not looked in the glass and verified it, he would almost have begun to doubt he was alive himself.  Christopher and the Clockmakers by Sara Ware Bassett
  2. She crossed to the door to meet the tall, grey young man in the eighteenth century costume, Garrison looking on with open mouth, and rising hair.  Her Weight in Gold by George Barr McCutcheon
  3. The brilliant vices and wild extravagances of her eighteenth- century forefathers had ended with the usual and prosaic sequel of tainted blood and fallen fortunes.  Here and Hereafter by Barry Pain
  4. These three ideas are best described by the term " lines of passage and communication," which we had in use at the end of the eighteenth century.  Some Principles of Maritime Strategy by Julian Stafford Corbett
  5. It was on the eighteenth day after they had quitted Malta that a large vessel was seen ahead about eighteen miles off.  Mr. Midshipman Easy by Captain Frederick Marryat