Definition of bachelors

Common misspellings:
  • bachelores (0.0%)
  • bachlor (1.4%)
  • bachealors (0.0%)
  • bechalors (0.5%)
  • bachalor (0.9%)
  • bacheolors (0.0%)
  • batcholers (0.0%)
  • bachlers (2.6%)
  • bachelour (0.0%)
  • bachler (0.0%)
  • bacholars (3.8%)
  • bachloers (0.7%)
  • bachelers (0.0%)
  • bachelo's (0.0%)
  • bacholers (6.9%)
  • bacelors (0.9%)
  • batchlors (2.1%)
  • bacholor (0.5%)
  • bacholors (10.7%)
  • bachellors (0.5%)
  • batchlers (0.0%)
  • bacholrs (0.0%)
  • batchelors (2.6%)
  • bachlors (36.5%)
  • bacelours (0.5%)
  • bachorloers (0.0%)
  • bachelours (0.5%)
  • batcholors (0.0%)
  • bachaelor's (0.5%)
  • bacchelors (0.5%)
  • bachalors (6.9%)
  • bachlar (0.2%)
  • bacheloers (0.0%)
  • bacholoars (0.0%)
  • bacheleors (0.5%)
  • bahcelor's (0.0%)
  • bachleors (3.1%)
  • bacholoers (0.0%)
  • bacheleur's (0.0%)
  • bachalers (0.0%)
  • bacehlor's (0.0%)
  • bachulors (0.0%)
  • bachulars (0.5%)
  • batchlor (0.0%)
  • bacherlors (1.4%)
  • bahelor's (0.0%)
  • bachelars (0.0%)
  • bacholer (0.0%)
  • batchleors (0.0%)
  • bachlores (1.4%)
  • bechelor's (0.0%)
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. You know and I know that all the time she was at Omaha Barracks and the major in the field she a woman with a grown son and a graduating daughter was dancing with the boys at the hops and riding yes and buggy riding with bachelors like those wretches Gates and Hagadorn - A Trooper Galahad by Charles King

  2. Still these letters were written by a married man and I understand you and Mr Hosley are bachelors - Cupid's Middleman by Edward B. Lent