This time, WordAI calculates the spin it generated at 97% uniqueness which is basically completely unique. If you look at the text above, again, the first sentence of the quoted content is a bit confusing, but the rest is still good. I would even say that the last sentence came out better than the previous spin, but generally, yes, the above spin looks more like a human wrote it.
Once upon a right time there lived a child. He had eyes that are blue blond locks because yellow as gold. The boy that is young small and fragile, but their mind was swift like the wind. He could calculate the results of any situation in the blink of an eye fixed. But that had not been their talent that is biggest. No. His talent that is biggest was perception. The child that is young comprehend and perceive anything faster than anyone he previously ever met. Then, he fell so in love with a princess that is breathtaking. She had magnetic green eyes and light locks that is brown. She was loved by him very much and she loved him back also more. There is only 1 problem – the boy that is young the son of a blacksmith. The princess’s father would not allow her to marry a son that is simple of blacksmith. But their love was too strong. The young boy raised an army of undead and started a rebellion to overthrow the wicked master who did not have confidence in true love in one fell swoop. The young kid ended up being assassinated and the war was over after months of fighting against the armies of his beloved’s father. No songs were sang.
Unlike other spinners, WordAi fully understands what each word content means. It doesn’t view sentences as just a list of words, it views them as real things that interact with each other. This human like understanding allows WordAI to automatically rewrite entire sentences from scratch. This high level of rewriting ensures that Google and Copyscape can’t detect your content while still remaining human readable!

He saw a trainer nearby and asked why these animals just stood there and made no attempt to get away. “Well,” trainer said, “when they are very young and much smaller we use the same size rope to tie them and, at that age, it’s enough to hold them. As they grow up, they are conditioned to believe they cannot break away. They believe the rope can still hold them, so they never try to break free.”
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