The Correct spelling is: imperative
Common misspellings of the word imperative are:
How do you spell imperative?. It is not imperitive
- Expressing a command or plea; peremptory: requests that grew more and more imperative.
- Having the power or authority to command or control.
- Grammar. Of, relating to, or constituting the mood that expresses a command or request.
- Impossible to deter or evade; pressing: imperative needs. See synonyms at urgent.
- A command; an order.
- An obligation; a duty: social imperatives.
- A rule, principle, or instinct that compels a certain behavior: a people driven to aggression by territorial imperatives.
- The imperative mood.
- A verb form of the imperative mood.
[Middle English imperatif, relating to the imperative mood, from Old French, from Late Latin imperÄtÄ«vus, from Latin imperÄtus, past participle of imperÄre, to command. See emperor.]imperatively imÂ·per'aÂ·tiveÂ·ly adv.
imperativeness imÂ·per'aÂ·tiveÂ·ness n.