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Spell check of array

Correct spelling: array

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dishabille, entity, disorganization, disruption, upset, disconnection, disjointedness, tatters, individual, disorder, single, confusion, disarray, item, unit.

Examples of usage:

1) This is particularly true of speeches founded on a dreary array of facts and statistics. - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.

2) The three girls, each with the help of the other, managed to array themselves even to Briar's satisfaction. - "Girls of the Forest", L. T. Meade.

3) She sat with a sum before her on a slate, and blurred it with tears; and finally had a long array of bad marks, and was sent by the assistant governess to Miss Bayliff to receive a lecture, and to be given a long column of the Dictionary to write out and learn by heart in addition to her usual lessons. - "Little Miss Joy", Emma Marshall.