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Important vs. Importent

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Which is correct: Important or Importent

How to spell Important?

Important
Correct Spelling
Importent
Incorrect Spelling
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Importantadjective

Having relevant and crucial value.

‘It is very important to give your daughter independence in her life so she learns from experience.’;

Importent

Misspelling of important.

Importantadjective

Full of, or burdened by, import; charged with great interests; restless; anxious.

‘Thou hast strength as muchAs serves to execute a mind very important.’;

Importantadjective

Carrying or possessing weight or consequence; of valuable content or bearing; significant; weighty.

‘Things small as nothing . . . He makes important.’;

Importantadjective

Bearing on; forcible; driving.

‘He fiercely at him flew,And with important outrage him assailed.’;

Importantadjective

Importunate; pressing; urgent.

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Importantadjective

of great significance or value;

‘important people’; ‘the important questions of the day’;

Importantadjective

important in effect or meaning;

‘a significant change in tax laws’; ‘a significant change in the Constitution’; ‘a significant contribution’; ‘significant details’; ‘statistically significant’;

Importantadjective

of extreme importance; vital to the resolution of a crisis;

‘a crucial moment in his career’; ‘a crucial election’; ‘a crucial issue for women’;

Importantadjective

having authority or ascendancy or influence;

‘an important official’; ‘the captain's authoritative manner’;

Importantadjective

having or suggesting a consciousness of high position;

‘recited the decree with an important air’; ‘took long important strides in the direction of his office’;

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