Definition of baccalaureate

Common misspellings:
  • baccelaureate (0.0%)
  • baccalauraete (5.8%)
  • bachlorette (0.0%)
  • bacclaurate (0.0%)
  • baceloruet (0.0%)
  • baccalaurate (24.6%)
  • baccaulareate (0.0%)
  • bacculaurete (0.0%)
  • baccalauriate (2.9%)
  • baceloriate (0.0%)
  • bacclaureate (5.8%)
  • bacculaureate (0.0%)
  • baccalureate (5.8%)
  • baccaluareate (2.9%)
  • baccalaureat (7.2%)
  • baccaloreate (0.0%)
  • baccalorete (0.0%)
  • baccalaureatte (4.3%)
  • baccalaureata (0.0%)
  • bacalaureate (4.3%)
  • bacceleaureate (0.0%)
  • baccalauret (0.0%)
  • bacalaruiate (0.0%)
  • baccaulaureate (0.0%)
  • baccalaurete (8.7%)
  • bacalaureat (0.0%)
  • baccalaaureate (0.0%)
  • baccalareate (2.9%)
  • baccalaurette (7.2%)
  • bacheloriate (0.0%)
  • baccaleaurate (2.9%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.
Examples of usage:
  1. At the age of eighteen he left the St Hilaire college in order to prepare his baccalaureate and his father becoming alarmed at his increasing moodiness and mysticism endeavored to infuse into him the tastes and habits of a man of the world by introducing him into the society of his equals in the town where he lived but the twig was already bent and the young man yielded with bad grace to the change of regime the amusements they offered were either wearisome or repugnant to him - A Woodland Queen, Complete by Andre Theuriet Last Updated: March 3, 2009

  2. Dissertation help (provided by MasterThesisWriting) is something all university students look for sooner or later, especially when it is time to finish their baccalaureate degree.