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Spell check of public

Correct spelling: public

accessible, hawkish, overall, metropolitan, person, bourgeoisie, community, received, human, conjunct, rabble, mankind, transparent, legion, unwritten, factional, earth, state-supported, habitual, multitude, humans, semipublic, humankind, free, worldly concern, diverse, united, macrocosm, popular, out, constitutional, reality, state, existence, Interior, customary, in the public eye, federal, citizenry, throng, countrywoman, human beings, municipal, humanity, unrestricted, usable, going, commoner, host, close-knit, restricted, unclassified, pooled, known, ruling, country, group, society, open, great unwashed, creation, ordinary, unexclusive, vulgar, horde, mortal, spare, masses, civil, general, populace, overt, culture, proletariat, cosmos, concerted, government, universe, globe, family, frequent, familial, crowd, township, man, mixed, nongovernmental, specific, shared, seasonal, universal, usual, prevailing, prevalent, combined, private, majority, free-for-all, politics, world, common, unanimous, governmental, familiar, earthly concern, city, communal, individual, mob, civic, expansionist, personal, countryman, mass, multicultural, conjoint, commonplace, folk, collective, everyday, developmental, laissez-faire, democratic, national, domain, cooperative, Congressional, mutual, open-door, multiple, people, bourgeois, collaborative, social, available, species, imperialist, bureaucratic, human race, normal, peasantry, commonwealth, tribal, vacant.

strange, close, closed-door, individual, global, one-on-one, separate, unannounced, undercover, covert, independent, backstage, confidential, clannish, retracted, special, personal, offstage, stifled, underhanded, clubby, one-sided, singular, esoteric, sole, silenced, sequestered, especial, unknown, rare, cloistered, idiosyncratic, unavailable, undisclosed, insular, off-limits, suppressed, uncommon, specialized, reserved, unpopular, inaccessible, limited, clandestine, revoked, single, unilateral, exceptional, particular, unique, alien, restricted, several, concealed, unusual, external, semiprivate, withheld, intimate, privy, conspiratorial, solitary, recanted, collusive, one-way, closed, surreptitious, repressed, underhand, nonpublic, secret, toffee-nosed, one-man, distinctive, snobbish, tete-a-tete, peculiar, classified, foreign, infrequent, international, exclusive, secluded, cliquish, private, head-to-head, snobby, reclusive.

Examples of usage:

1) Now I began to think for the first time of the public aspect of my homegoing. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) The material would not bear public scrutiny! - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) This veranda, leading from the house to the grounds- would it be possible to close it to the public? - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.