Spell check of Vertuous

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Correct spelling: Vertuous


Common misspellings:

v3rtuous, vedtuous, vbertuous, ver6uous, vertupus, gertuous, vertuoux, vertulus, certuous, vertuo7s, ver5uous, vgertuous, vertuouz, vertjous, vertuoys, vettuous, vsrtuous, vert7ous, veetuous, vert8ous, bvertuous, cvertuous, vertuojs, v4rtuous, vertuoua, vrrtuous, gvertuous, vdrtuous, vcertuous, veftuous, vertu9us, vertious, vertuoue, vertuius, vertukus, vertuouw, vertuohs, vertyous, vertuo8s, ve4tuous, verthous, veryuous, bertuous, vwrtuous, verfuous, vertuois, vertu0us, verguous, ve5tuous, vertuoud.

Examples of usage:

  1. Beyng then true, that where bee moste dominions, there riseth moste valiaunt menne, it foloweth of necessitie, that extinguishyng those, vertue is extincte straighte waie, the occasion decaiyng, whiche maketh menne vertuous.  Machiavelli, Volume I The Art of War; and The Prince by Niccolò Machiavelli
  2. O thou vertuous woman!  A King, and No King by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher
  3. And is gracious in syght and in taste and vertuous in medecyne ...  The Old English Herbals by Eleanour Sinclair Rohde
  4. And in this behalfe the vertuous manne far excelleth as well as in good fare, wiegh you now the matter as it is, the better a manne loueth his wife, the more he delecteth in the good felowship and familiaritie that is betwene theim after the course of nature.  A Very Pleasaunt & Fruitful Diologe Called the Epicure by Desiderius Erasmus
  5. In truth I acknowledge an entyre debt, not onely of my best knowledge, but of all, yea of more then I know or can, to your bounteous Lordship most noble, most vertuous, and most Honorable Earle of Southampton, in whose paie and patronage I have lived some yeeres; to whom I owe and vowe the yeeres I have to live.  Shakespeare's Lost Years in London, 1586-1592 by Arthur Acheson