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Spell check of cherish

Correct spelling: cherish

care, praise, indulge, venerate, spoil, acknowledge, esteem, bear, care for, encourage, honor, treasure, overindulgence, cuddle, like, fancy, coddle, nourish, adore, flirt, value, seduce, deify, cosset, nuzzle, kiss, entice, revere, bill and coo, nurse, hold dear, caress, embrace, cheer, foster, dote on, shelter, entertain, dignify, defend, guard, court, make love, prize, snuggle, recollect, charm, treat, love, relive, appreciate, infatuate, enshrine, exalt, harbor, idolize, nurture, endear, pet, recall, fuss over, hug, serenade, think back, remember, despise, spoon, protect, ogle, clasp, comfort, romance, admire, have, abandon, devote, woo, pray, cling to, disdain, desire, pamper, worship, dally, respect, hold.

detest, belittle, disgust, disdain, nauseate, part, scout, disfavor, ignore, repulse, decry, renounce, abandon, erase, refuse, antagonize, decline, disapprove, reject, write off, deprecate, abhor, hate, quit, scorn, disvalue, forget, desert, overlook, disregard, displease, repudiate, snub, high-hat, neglect, abjure, execrate, dislike, turn off, put down, bad-mouth, sniff, repel, despise, deny, sicken, give up, undervalue, kiss off, disparage, forsake, cry down, expunge, loathe, revolt, drop, abominate, throw out, slight, minimize, discard, depreciate.

Examples of usage:

1) But, at the time, all of this bitterness seemed to soften my own resentment, and I began to cherish a forgiving spirit toward Mr. Peary. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) Yes; cherish it with your life- blood. - "The Maid of Maiden Lane", Amelia E. Barr.

3) It is right to cherish great self- distrust, to realise your weakness and helplessness; but do not stop here. - "Letters of Madam Guyon", P. L. Upham.