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Grateful vs Greatful
Difference, Examples & Quiz

What's the difference? Which one is correct?


Definition: Feeling or showing an appreciation of kindness; thankful.

Usage: I am grateful for all the help you have given me.

Example sentences:
  • 1. I am grateful for the support of my family.
  • 2. She was grateful for the opportunity to travel.
  • 3. He expressed his gratefulness for the generous donation.

Definition: Not a recognized word in the English language.

Usage: This word does not have a defined meaning or usage.

Example sentences:
  • 1. Greatful is not a valid word.
  • 2. There is no definition or usage for the word Greatful.
  • 3. Please use the correct spelling, Grateful, instead.

Grateful is the correct spelling, and it means feeling or showing gratitude. Greatful is a misspelling of grateful.

Quizzes about "Grateful" vs "Greatful"

Grateful vs Greatful: 5 Quizzes

1. What is the correct spelling?

2. Which spelling is correct?

3. Choose the right spelling.

4. Which is the correct word?

5. What is the proper spelling?


  • What does 'Grateful' mean?

    Being grateful means feeling or showing appreciation and thankfulness.

  • How is 'Grateful' different from 'Greatful'?

    'Grateful' is the correct spelling, while 'Greatful' is a common misspelling.

  • Can you provide an example sentence using 'Grateful'?

    Sure! Here's an example: 'I am grateful for the support of my friends and family.'

  • What are some synonyms for 'Grateful'?

    Some synonyms for 'Grateful' include thankful, appreciative, and obliged.

  • How can I practice being more 'Grateful'?

    You can practice gratitude by keeping a gratitude journal, expressing appreciation to others, and focusing on the positive aspects of your life.