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Spell check of broke

Correct spelling: broke

Synonyms:
disjoined, penniless, incised, disassembled, anatomized, dissociated, unglued, fractured, abandoned, segregated, halted, disunited, cleaved, desisted, unhinged, stayed, sundered, indigent, disengaged, culminated, split, rent, closed, discontinued, disaffiliated, interrupted, reprieved, domesticated, insolvent, farmed, unbound, putrefied, parted, housebroken, dissected, famished, rich, dispersed, needful, threadbare, disassociated, suspended, relieved, broken, divorced, stopped, separated, bisected, fragmented, terminated, axed, ceased, strapped, diverged, tamed, unfixed, down-and-out, crumbled, destitute, turned, ruined, halved, ripped, partitioned, shattered, disintegrated, housebroke, paused, disconnected, wrangled, degenerated, loosened, skint, rotted, trained, poor, alienated, snagged, stone-broke, amputated, dismantled, decomposed, cut, pared, pauperized, mortified, uncoupled, severed, groomed, beggared, detached, penurious, released, stony-broke, ranched, herded, estranged, needy, divided, spoiled, ended, removed, bust, poverty-stricken, dirt-poor, ruptured, necessitous, beggarly, bred, excised, recessed, decayed, sliced, quit, delayed, unfastened, postponed, remitted, hard up, dissolved, indebted, impecunious, insulated, impoverished, cleft, refrained.

Antonyms:
fat, prosperous, moneyed, opulent, well-to-do, deep-pocketed, fat-cat, well-heeled, rich, flush, wealthy, affluent, comfortable, silk-stocking, well-off.

Examples of usage:

1) Stas broke off the conversation and began to listen. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) " I never said so," broke he in. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) " Would it were even less," broke in Repton. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

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