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Spell check of approved

Correct spelling: approved

traditional, certified, orthodox, asserted, recommended, standard, promised, apt, corroborated, backed, contracted, exalted, notarized, pledged, contended, permitted, praised, professed, blessed, supported, underwrote, entitled, stated, endorsed, accepted, ratified, claimed, consented, commanded, proclaimed, denominated, attested, flattered, submitted, prevalent, capitulated, confirmed, empowered, underwritten, inspected, verified, ordered, concurred, warranted, propounded, validated, testified, glorified, countersigned, enabled, adjured, canonical, admitted, acclaimed, suited, accredited, authorized, eulogized, complimented, sanctioned, convenient, sustained, let, deputized, ordained, passed, authenticated, averred, pronounced, welcomed, extolled, admired, acceded, affirmed, enfranchised, perfect, conceded, fitting, released, ideal, acknowledged, vouched for, cooperated, conventional, recognized, declared, set down, designated, authorised, upheld, agreed, applauded, customary, expressed, tolerated, conformed, proper, condoned, acquiesced, maintained, assented, possible, stipulated, suitable, empathized, proven, approbated, commended, licensed, canonic, allowed, commissioned, established, audited, legalized, dignified, well-chosen, avouched, assured.

disapproved, unauthorised, unauthorized.

Examples of usage:

1) " That's real nice," he approved. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) The socialist demand for commercial statistics is therefore to be approved. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

3) I have no recollection of what we said; words came and were approved on both sides. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.