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Spell check of cease

Correct spelling: cease

force out, forgo, retract, barricade, blockade, contain, resign, check, remit, leave office, abjure, cap, land up, continue, surrender, terminus, throw in the towel, drop out, repudiate, block up, recant, stopping point, decease, shutdown, end up, disclaim, exit, free, succumb, end of the line, interrupt, checkmate, stop over, withdraw, forsake, hold on, spare, kick, drop by the wayside, cast off, give notice, lay off, part, closedown, intercept, release, shutoff, pause, break, part with, dispense with, end, abandon, conclude, give the sack, lapse, fetch up, expire, fall, finalize, conclusion, wind up, desist, depart from, freeze, renounce, foreswear, break off, fall by the wayside, bar, give the axe, can, hold back, stop, die, discontinue, discontinuation, allow, refrain, give up, perish, leave, retire, deliver, forswear, depart, abdicate, stoppage, turn back, offset, completion, finish up, block off, consummation, closing, complete, finish, kibosh, discontinuance, expiration, waive, forego, relinquish, polish off, pass away, cede, suspend, stay, fire, displace, block, hold, chuck up the sponge, take leave, closure, forfeit, eat up, accomplish, culminate, furlough, arrest, accept, quit, surcease, cessation, termination, sack, throw in, step down, throw overboard, cutoff, vacate, wrap up, arrestment, close, halt, terminate, ending, reject, stall, desert, dismiss, pass on, leave off, belay, pass, send away.

continuance, vindicate, retain, bear on, continuation, support, continue, cherish, extension, carry on, prolongation, claim, maintain, undertake, keep, favor, advocate, assert, pursue, protect, uphold, begin, seek, prosecute, adopt, hold, start, court, preserve, defend, haunt, persistence, occupy.

Examples of usage:

1) After which, seeing that Kali continued lying down and did not cease repeating with terror, Aka! - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) It cannot cease to ask itself, " Will it not be taken from me before my strength is equal to it?" - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

3) The old general took leave of me with evident distress; he could not cease to press me in his arms. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.