Definition of devastating

Common misspellings:
  • devestateing (0.0%)
  • devistateing (0.2%)
  • devistating (40.6%)
  • devasating (0.7%)
  • devastaing (1.6%)
  • devstating (0.2%)
  • devastring (0.0%)
  • devasteting (0.0%)
  • devitating (0.0%)
  • devestaing (0.2%)
  • defestating (0.0%)
  • devastaion (0.0%)
  • devestating (46.1%)
  • devestaiting (0.0%)
  • devasting (8.5%)
  • devasatating (0.0%)
  • devestation (0.3%)
  • defistating (0.0%)
  • devisating (0.0%)
  • devastatin (0.0%)
  • davastating (0.0%)
  • devastationg (0.0%)
  • desvastaing (0.0%)
  • devastting (0.0%)
  • devestrating (0.0%)
  • deverstating (0.3%)
  • devesating (0.0%)
  • devastingly (0.0%)
  • devistatin (0.0%)
  • defastating (0.0%)
  • devatating (0.0%)
  • devoustating (0.0%)
  • devastiting (0.0%)
  • devastading (0.0%)
  • devasiting (0.0%)
  • devesatating (0.0%)
  • devostating (0.0%)
  • devistaing (0.2%)
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. So long as Mary was a child her claim upon her mother had to some extent balanced the claims of what many might have thought a devastating and depersonalizing charity - The Case of Richard Meynell by Mrs. Humphrey Ward

  2. Herman Handle's sudden death was one of the least of the tragedies that trailed in the wake of the devastating panic - Half Portions by Edna Ferber

  3. Sir replied his dragoman earnestly your remark is characteristic of the sky where people are not made of flesh and blood pay I believe no taxes and have no experience of the devastating consequences of war - Another Sheaf by John Galsworthy