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Spell check of affect

Correct spelling: affect

involve, make believe, injure, usurp, hurt, go, induce, power, guess, temper, show, act, light upon, seize, command, uphold, mar, feign, locomote, undercurrent, bear upon, forge, inspire, cloak, require, presume, impact, bushel, postulate, ask, run into, masquerade, run, disguise, view, sham, fall upon, passion, put on, shanghai, tinct, move, necessitate, authorize, empower, displace, push, instill, yarn-dye, bluff, come across, expunge, control, put, continue, coin, prompt, contact, damage, relate, tinge, emotion, profess, match, make, shape, bear on, mood, counterfeit, accept, interact, travel, spoil, feelings, imprint, be active, interest, imply, provoke, extend to, carry on, chance upon, excise, prejudice, disturb, refer, venture, incite, discover, pose, take up, arrogate, master, change, collide with, sway, take, dissemble, mask, hazard, sensation, pretend, fix, strickle, touch, transform, equal, propel, chance on, invoke, defraud, adjoin, bring out, touch on, pressure, restore, impinge on, frame of mind, assume, print, harm, play out, play along, pertain, ignite, take on, alter, deceive, shine, regard, mark, need, come upon, lead, walk out, take effect, impair, attain, motivate, doctor, happen upon, attack, stain, allude, grip, partake, advert, heart, repair, imitate, ingrain, claim, modify, actuate, hit, stage, tint, keep up, see, tease, appropriate, tell, preserve, scratch, rival, influence, consider, furbish up, fall, demand, afflict, call for, predominate, mint, concern, cover, bias, impersonate, come to, have, make a motion, reckon, impress, strike, falsify, reach, awaken, rouse, get, mend, meet, simulate, stir, proceed, fake, disfigure, arouse.

bore, pall, tire, jade, weary.

Examples of usage:

1) But it really doesn't affect the matter in the least. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) Conditions which older and hardened horses might not feel would likely affect him seriously. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

3) How's it going to affect you? - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.