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Correct spelling: passive


Common misspellings:

ressive, piecieve, psitive, posativ, possesive, passice, possitiv, passle, passies, pasify, massaive, persuavie, pasover, perswassive, nassive, positiove, pasifier, posutive, passsive, posisive, pansofia, passave, passener, passagfe, posssitve, passin, persusuve, persurve, passege, positve, postiove, pasitive, masive, passifier, oppersive, pesuasive, passaway, persuavive, pistive, postivie, posessive, perseve, posetive, posiviive, persuisive, pussie, possibie, posivtie, sassive, pocessive.

Examples of usage:

  1. Yet he was encouraged to think that he could get some kind of passive unconscious obedience from her.  The U.P. Trail by Zane Grey
  2. He had long kept England passive by promising to support the throne against the Parliament.  The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volume 1 (of 5) by Thomas Babington Macaulay
  3. Hastings had begun to consider Adam Warner as utterly blind and passive to the things that passed under his eyes; and his astonishment was great when, the morning after the visit we have just recorded, Adam, suddenly lifting his eyes, and seeing the guest whispering soft tales in Sibyll's ear, rose abruptly, approached the nobleman, took him gently by the arm, led him into the garden, and thus addressed him,- Noble lord, you have been tender and generous in our misfortunes.  The Last Of The Barons, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  4. Helene, who loved as women love, with the strength, or rather the weakness, to sacrifice everything to that love, could not understand Gaston's passive submission to the decrees of Providence, and she would have preferred to have seen him make some effort to combat them.  The Regent's Daughter by Alexandre Dumas (Pere)