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Correct spelling: Statesmen

Common misspellings:

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Examples of usage:

  1. His object was to force the government of that country into war with England, and, unfortunately for its interests, its statesmen lent themselves to his designs.  Canada under British Rule 1760-1900 by John G. Bourinot
  2. Japanese statesmen were ambitious to show the world as admirable an example of efficiency in peace as Japan had already shown in war.  Korea's Fight for Freedom by F.A. McKenzie
  3. Wise words, not yet learned even by statesmen; drops of wisdom's life- blood from the heart of gentle Shakespeare.  The Man Shakespeare by Frank Harris
  4. Here was something to distract his thoughts: if not instructive or comforting, it would at any rate be interesting and even amusing to read the reports of the self- satisfied, futile talk of the profound statesmen who with comical gravity presided over the working of the Great System which their combined wisdom pronounced to be the best that could possibly be devised.  The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists by Robert Tressell
  5. His plan of a national bank, having been examined and approved by the most eminent statesmen who sate in the Parliament house at Westminster and by the most eminent merchants who walked the Exchange of London, had been carried into execution with signal success.  The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volume 5 (of 5) by Thomas Babington Macaulay