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Spell check of avoid

Correct spelling: avoid

Synonyms:
rescind, parry, sidestep, duck, revoke, quash, subdue, weasel, pass, stay away, reverse, null, shake off, squash, overturn, dissolve, vacate, strike down, turn away, obstruct, forfend, shrink from, deflect, abstain, blank, bypass, hold off, range, let alone, round, detour, roll back, lift, block, go off, desist, stave off, turn aside, shirk, annul, countermand, repeal, spurn, ward off, nullify, shrink, evacuate, look through, stay off, vitiate, lay off, stop, suspend, fend off, abate, evade, distract, elude, finesse, scape, stay back, bend, void, circumvent, snub, forefend, discourage, prohibit, pass by, eschew, escape from, skirt, abrogate, keep down, steer clear of, invalidate, head off, draw back, subjugate, shun, disannul, burke, keep off, neutralize, avert, shave, negate, debar, get around, empty, bar, stay out of, escape, repress, skip, prevent, dodge, eliminate, decline, exclude, brush off, pass up, cancel, obviate, rid of, circumnavigate, recoil, reduce, withdraw, shuffle, clear, stand up, shake, duck out of, get out of, malinger, neutralise.

Antonyms:
face, accept, lay down, contract, found, endorse, sanction, embrace, allow, approve, face up, seek, permit, authorize, pass, warrant, incur, clear, ratify, validate, legitimize, court, legitimate, command, formalise, order, decree, prescribe, pursue, catch, legislate, welcome, legalize, enact, formalize, mandate, institute, confront, establish.

Examples of usage:

1) What was stranger, even, than anything else, Mrs. Maclaughlin showed an eager desire to avoid the subject. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) He imagined that his companion satisfied herself that the man she evidently desired to avoid had not gone away yet, before she turned to him again. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) He told in a hundred ways, though in language which might have meant any one of a hundred things, that she was his dream come true, and of the necessity which existed for him to avoid her. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

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