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Spell check of bankrupt

Correct spelling: bankrupt

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Examples of usage:

1) I do not care particularly for sculpture or for paintings; I try not to become interested in them, for the reason that if I were to cultivate a taste for them I should presently become hopelessly bankrupt. - "Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions", Slason Thompson.

2) Dil kissed her with the long, yearning, passionate kisses that take one's whole soul, that leave some souls bankrupt indeed. - "In Wild Rose Time", Amanda M. Douglas.

3) He had money enough and to spare: it was in peace and the dignity of life that he now found himself to be bankrupt. - "The Literary Sense", E. Nesbit.