Spell check of hancock

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Correct spelling: hancock

Common misspellings:

uancock, hanbook, handcock, hangbag, hanckck, hotcocoa, hancovk, gancock, nancock, havvoc, hsncock, hancick, hanvock, hancocm, jancock, kncok, handook, hancofk, unckeck, hithcock, hangong, hahcock, habcock, hanc0ck, hamcock, hwncock, hancocj, bancock, hancpck, havvock, yancock, hanukkak, hancocks, hancoxk, hitchcook, hanc9ck, handock, hzncock, hqncock, hanclck, hichcock, hitchcok, hancodk, hajcock, hanxock, vangoug, hanicap, hanfock, ncook, pancack.

Examples of usage:

  1. Mr W C may think that I am an Enemy to Mr Hancock, because he may have heard that I preferd another as a Governor before him.  The Original Writings of Samuel Adams, Volume 4 by Samuel Adams
  2. Then there was unfurled a scarlet standard, which it is said John Hancock had just presented to General Putnam and his men in recognition of their bravery at Bunker Hill.  The Little Book of the Flag by Eva March Tappan
  3. Another student, who threw a stone into the examination- room, which struck the chair in which Governor Hancock sat, was more severely punished.  A Collection of College Words and Customs by Benjamin Homer Hall
  4. But one day your trustworthy friend back yonder will get a letter in your well- known hand- write that will say that all is well and the goose hangs high, that the old man is a prince and has come through, and that in accordance with the nice, friendly agreement you have reached he- your friend- will hand over the contract to a very respectable lawyer herein named, and so forth and so on, ending with your equally well- known John Hancock.  The Killer by Stewart Edward White
  5. John Hancock was another popular patriot seen on tavern signs.  Stage-coach and Tavern Days by Alice Morse Earle