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Spell check of couple

Correct spelling: couple

Synonyms:
knit, smattering, sprinkling, bracing, smatter, match, braces, oppose, sew, link, pas de deux, bitstock, cling, duad, jibe, affix, check, plait, parallel, group, join, peer, catch, equate, some, unite, tether, clinch, amalgamate, connect, sprinkle, merge, tack, duplicate, gallus, attach, fuse, relate, partner off, weave, mate, chain, team, geminate, duet, bridge, bond, few, suture, betroth, cement, equalize, pertain, marry, cope with, strap, rival, zip, same, scattering, checkmate, adhere, compeer, conjugate, correspond, duo, brace, twin, hinge, baste, abut, dyad, annex, tie, couplet, elope, correlate, lucifer, ally, mount, juxtapose, duette, gibe, glue, scatter, string, twain, stitch, lash, pair off, bind, equal, touch, several, mates, wed, coupling, two, weld, fasten, doublet, pair, suspender, span, consolidate, bracket, stick, hitch, straddle, braid, yoke, couple up, couple on, knot, paste, distich, tally, agree, pit, play off, associate, stay, doubleton, handful, affiliate, sleep with, buckle, fit, friction match, lace, twosome, meet, splice, equalise.

Antonyms:
gobs, profusion, stack, flock, lot, slather, legion, decouple, slew, uncouple, scads, mountain, multitude, oodles, thousands, pile, raft, gazillion, many, army, horde, much, reams, loads, crowd, plenty, deal, zillion, quantity, wad, wealth, most, plenitude, peck, host, surplus, mass, jillion, excess, heap, majority, abundance.

Examples of usage:

1) Take the odds on Roehampton, and lay on Slingsby a couple of hundred more,- three, if you can get it,- and you 'll be safe enough. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) I, myself, have gotten up at six o'clock a couple of times- on the same errand- and if you knew me better, you'd realize what that meant. - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

3) A couple of years! - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

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