Spell check of stately

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Correct spelling: stately

Common misspellings:

starteled, sertanely, sattelitte, stanely, sttel, starttle, saftley, statellite, fortuately, certanely, sdeatily, slitghtly, suacidatly, steadyly, statel, titely, softlly, sketetal, stirctly, strattle, stategy, secterly, separtately, uttertly, stomatal, sertaily, situaitonal, totattly, saftely, ceartenly, sattelite, sepatately, latetly, sudtle, satety, stanly, statly, sertantly, separtaely, startegy, itatly, sercertly, tatol, stuttle, citytech, toataly, standly, stadagy, stateshe, softely.

Examples of usage:

  1. I can look back, and see now, as he used to walk into his room to attend some consultation, how vigorous, handsome, and stately he always appeared, bringing the force of his powerful intellect at once to bear upon the subject under consideration, doing all in such a genial manner, without any attempt at showing his mental superiority to those around him.  Memoirs of James Robert Hope-Scott, Volume 2 by Robert Ornsby
  2. He sent a copy of his History of America, and Burke thanked him with many stately compliments for having employed philosophy to judge of manners, and from manners having drawn new resources of philosophy.  Burke by John Morley
  3. Agne felt, knew, that this stately man was the Bishop whom she sought, but she did not point him out to her little brother, for his aspect was that of some proud sovereign rather than of " the good, kind man" of whom she had dreamed.  The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
  4. In this important branch, she has the assistance of a lady, somewhat younger than herself, who, seated by her side, in stately silence, has every appearance of a maid of honour.  Paris As It Was and As It Is by Francis W. Blagdon
  5. She was tall and stately.  The University of Hard Knocks by Ralph Parlette