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Spell check of charter

Correct spelling: charter

Synonyms:
bookable, affiance, wage, conduct, train, qualify, adopt, film, assume, admit, permit, hold, license, withdraw, consider, absorb, convey, consume, submit, lease, take up, enable, apology, attestation, strike, remove, involve, mesh, choose, contract, rent, deal, code, compact, vest, direct, franchise, take on, board, commission, accusation, book on, allegation, demand, select, hire, employ, assurance, need, company report, guide, engross, read, aboard, arr., invest, require, ingest, study, consent form, necessitate, affirmation, operate, covenant, aisle seat, warrant, aim, occupy, get hold of, let, engage, take away, fill, call for, booking, look at, booking office, have, annual report, afloat, concept statement, certificate, confidentiality agreement, postulate, agreement, bring, make, grant, city planning, civilization, assertion, accredit, learn, use up, lock, apologia, get, exact, enlist, authorization, contain, pack, betroth, pursue, document, law, subscribe, acquire, carry, transactions, empower, avowal, certify, blue book, built-up, civic, city, ask, dossier, subscribe to, take in, lead, plight, permission, citified, citywide, pick out, prosecute, cityscape, bus, take, take aim, accept, claim, announcement, treaty, drive, shoot.

Antonyms:
disbar, discourage, hinder, block, obstruct, exclude, disallow, stop, outlaw, bar, interdict, disenfranchise, veto, disqualify, inhibit, disfranchise, enjoin, proscribe, deny, impede, shut out, forbid, prevent, ban, prohibit, hold back, constrain.

Examples of usage:

1) That is why you got the charter. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

2) " Any way," he declared, " until the papers are served on me, my charter stands. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) " Oh, we shall probably charter her," said the major bitterly. - "Command", William McFee.

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