Definition of fabric

Common misspellings:
  • fabrioc (0.0%)
  • faabric (1.7%)
  • facric (0.0%)
  • favbric (0.0%)
  • fibric (0.0%)
  • fabrik (0.0%)
  • fabri (0.0%)
  • baric (0.0%)
  • fabirc (3.4%)
  • fabic (51.7%)
  • fabris (0.0%)
  • fabrib (0.0%)
  • fabrice (0.0%)
  • farbic (0.0%)
  • faric (3.4%)
  • fabriek (0.0%)
  • fabrick (14.4%)
  • fbric (0.0%)
  • frabric (12.7%)
  • farbric (0.0%)
  • fabrc (1.7%)
  • frabic (0.0%)
  • fabrie (0.0%)
  • fabrict (0.0%)
  • faberic (0.0%)
  • fabrix (0.0%)
  • fabricb (1.7%)
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. The upper part of this building was the abode of Bernardino Caimi and his successors until the year 1577 As for the Holy Sepulchre itself it is low and dark which I have no doubt is the reason why I have neglected it on the occasions of each of my two latest visits to Varallo and thus failed to reach the adjacent Oratory which Bordiga says was erected about the year 1702 Fassola and Torrotti wrote before this date so that the angels mentioned by them as by Gaudenzio may have been removed when the present fabric was erected - Ex Voto by Samuel Butler

  2. Garth's artistic temperament was the basis of the argument and alas the artistic temperament is not a very firm foundation either for a theory or for the fabric of a destiny - The Rosary by Florence L. Barclay

  3. The choir was commenced in 1255 and completed almost immediately but the entire main fabric was not finished until well on in the century following - The Cathedrals and Churches of the Rhine by Francis Miltoun