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Antonyms of ADOPTED:
native, connatural, inbred, inborn.
Misspellings for ADOPTED:
admidded, adpated, adicted, additued, adaopted, adooptive, adopped, apdotted, accpted, addcited, attpemt, adected, accpeted, addopted, atomated, adjuted, adpoted, adopet, adapdt, adotped, apted, acctepted, idepedant, adopte, admoitted, admited, atachted, adolpted, addoped, adabted, addapeted, aditted, addeded, adated, addttude, wereadopted, adaptid, adoptid, addopeted, sdopted, aditud, outputed, abapted, addatuide, acpted, adornded, adopetd, adidtude, attachted, adtapter, admtted, adoptied, aopted, admiited, apodted, adepted, acepted, dipited, adoulted, apdated, adapeted, adupted, adidted, aported, adpter, aceepted, adopitng, atmepted, adopited, adatude, audieted, adoppted, adoptor, adobted, adoopted, evaported, attepmted, adpted, autoupdate, attpept, adoptided, additied, admeted, acopted, appoited, adoptad, aciepted, addatude, aceptted, adaptivity, dopted, aceppted, edidted, adoivded, stopted, eropted, accpetd, addaped, adopoted, atepted, adapoted, adpopted, adapteded, attampted, adopeted, accdepted, audted, arrupted, acdepted, adapte, adattude, dpoited, adituted, addemded, adompted, appted, admmited, abopted, addapted, attmpted, urupted, adopton, addited, apadted, eurpted, adoped, adaptative, atopped, adaped, adopitve, accapted, adoptd, attepted, accputed, atopted, adipted, aodpted, addisted, adapated, abdupted, adoted, advoided, arupted, apoted, adoubted, aticipated, adepquate, admiteed, adiccted, adasdad, ortopedic, adoupted, auditted, accpetted, adorded, addtude, adaptad, apported, udpated, eccapted, atemppted, attpemted, additud, oppted, adapteted, accppted, adaptaton, adappted, adnitted, adopeded, atttmpted, addutde, addutude, idotid.
Examples of usage:
  1. Very quietly, too, it had travelled to its adopted country.
    "The Story of a Dewdrop", J. R. Macduff.
  2. After considerable discussion this plan was adopted.
    "La Vendée An Historical Romance", Anthony Trollope.
  3. Common sense has adopted them.
    "The Flutter of the Goldleaf; and Other Plays", Olive Tilford Dargan and Frederick Peterson.
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