Spell check of morbid

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Correct spelling: morbid

Common misspellings:

ourbody, morbit, myriod, morfied, m9rbid, fobid, mprbid, moebid, morfed, irbid, mirbid, yourbody, morbidily, mibht, mkrbid, mobiitry, myrid, mirid, modbid, nobidy, comorbid, mofbid, morid, mucoid, morhed, morbities, myraid, mobidly, forbad, morbily, meighborgood, miraid, m0rbid, morbidty, emobdy, jorbid, murmaid, mobed, forbidd, mobiity, mlrbid, forbide, motbid, mo4bid, korbid, mobie, mo5bid, carbid, mermiad, morbide.

Examples of usage:

  1. Yet Arthur Lee was a patriot and an honest man, whose public life was corroded by a morbid envy and distrust of his associates.  Nooks and Corners of the New England Coast by Samuel Adams Drake
  2. It may or it may not be true that these things will help his stature, but, if he thinks of this, his idea of growth is morbid.  Natural Law in the Spiritual World by Henry Drummond
  3. It would have taken but very little, after the strain of the last two months, to make Sylvia morbid and old beyond her years, her one thought seeming to be to get away from the surroundings of the past year and begin to live anew.  People of the Whirlpool by Mabel Osgood Wright
  4. When they next stood together on their beloved height she said to him: " Dion, don't you hate anything morbid?"  In the Wilderness by Robert Hichens
  5. A longer dwelling in the regions of Sartor would have fed the morbid blood in him.  The Age of Tennyson by Hugh Walker