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Spell check of broke

Correct spelling: broke

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.

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.