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Spell check of buffalo

Correct spelling: buffalo

Synonyms:
fake out, goat, mole, wombat, old world buffalo, maze, jackal, cavy, misguide, lemming, wolf, fuddle, marmot, pester, disorient, nag, befuddle, muddle, hoodwink, bighorn sheep, fool, take in, mink, threaten, mongoose, string along, bush baby, hoax, bat, kangaroo, wild ox, hyena, drag into, lion, bison, elk, spoof, ferret, beaver, burro, anteater, distract, alpaca, con, cow, moose, reindeer, antelope, discombobulate, pose, sloth, angora, porcupine, gravel, deer, mule, Bison bison, panther, platypus, hedgehog, shrew, hamster, dingo, black bear, gorilla, gazelle, mouse, bemuse, juggle, dupe, beguile, ox, koala, caribou, hornswoggle, gaff, compel, befog, American Bison, hare, elephant, rabbit, gnu, donkey, chipmunk, puzzle, dromedary, baffle, weasel, giraffe, coerce, raccoon, lynx, pig, rat, stoat, skunk, bobcat, aardvark, perplex, bluff, delude, puma, sable, beat, catch, chinchilla, get, gammon, burn, cozen, have on, squirrel, swine, bewilder, ermine, fox, badger, bulldoze, bamboozle, ibex, stag, camel, yak, arctic fox, Cape buffalo, leopard, otter, hog, trick, divert, snooker, preoccupy, chimp, polecat, coyote, zebra, cheetah, bear, misinform, vex, hippopotamus, suck in, chimpanzee, possum, llama, tiger, ocelot, cougar, opossum, confound, confuse, dog, have, jaguar, wallaby, panda, mystify, American buffalo, echidna, rhinoceros, bully, sheep, gopher, mislead, horse, muddy, flummox, snow, cat, gull, addle, force, camelopard, humbug.

Antonyms:
disillusion, undeceive, disclose, debunk, disenchant, unmask, disabuse, divulge, show up, satisfy, enlighten, uncloak, assure, tell, unveil, uncover, inform, reassure, expose, reveal.

Examples of usage:

1) The buffalo is badly wounded, and I have a hope that he will fall. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) She is sorry for Saba, whom the buffalo has surely killed. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

3) They saw plenty of buffalo, but could not approach them sufficiently near to get an effective shot. - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.

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