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Spell check of assimilate

Correct spelling: assimilate

engross, apprehend, realise, take-in, inspire, earn, seize, know, accustom, occupy, bring in, make out, dig, draw, gain, take, decipher, equate, engulf, put on, imbibe, compare, realize, match, pull in, master, comprehend, tumble, bracket, grok, adopt, adapt, immerse, take over, integrate, collect, soak up, put one over, register, invite, fool, take up, same, cognize, steep, dupe, compass, put one across, sense, accept, soak, intuit, decode, digest, access, catch on, engorge, get, clear, grasp, suck in, ingest, admit, incorporate, acclimatize, perceive, twig, acquire, view, receive, have, co-opt, read, catch, learn, watch, discern, befool, identify, slang, consume, liken, parallel, absorb, inhale, gulp, engage, gull, make, gobble, savvy, pocket, see, plunge, analogize, recognize, cod, glean, behold, eat, drink, sop up, gather in, appreciate, understand, study, conceive, overhear, discover, suck up, cotton, conform, devour.

misapprehend, mistake, misinterpret, misperceive, miss, misunderstand, contrast, misconstrue, dissimilate, misconceive, misread.

Examples of usage:

1) And whatever process can make Christ entirely ours, and help us to assimilate all that is in Him, this process we are to use. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

2) I stammered, not able to assimilate this statement in my dazed condition. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

3) There are so many sights to see here, and in front of us, and so many, it appears, we ought to have stopped to see between Bombay and here; however we realise that unless American born we can only assimilate what an American would consider to be a very little in a very long time, so we are going along slowly. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.