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Spell check of cramped

Correct spelling: cramped

weakened, frustrated, small, delayed, benumbed, baffled, ached, minute, constipated, neutralized, deadened, undermined, obstructed, caught, discomforted, chafed, barred, entrapped, suffered, troubling, inhibited, bunged, abrogated, uncomfortable, crowded, snagged, snarled, disarmed, tortured, plugged, hurt, wrenched, smarted, detained, constrained, sapped, diminutive, hamstrung, clogged, interrupted, screwed up, agonized, stupefied, bottlenecked, afflicted, hindered, resisted, fouled, pained, congested, stung, tampered, entangled, fettered, braked, invalidated, confined, dulled, countered, botched, restricted, opposed, dragged, close, tighten, narrow, deterred, irritated, confining, distressed, crimped, lamed, tight, thwarted, snug, impaired, throbbed, racked, jammed, strained, prostrated, incommodious, stopped, minuscule, choked, claustrophobic, stunned, unsettling, paralyzed, unnatural, little, crippled, incapacitated, restrained, burdened, discreet, tiny, enfeebled, blocked, complicated, impeded, tangled, dammed, hobbled, stitched, mired, encumbered, vitiated, strange, hampered, curbed, anguished, disabled, heavy, inflamed, handicapped, midget, slight, scotched, tormented, checked, microscopic, stayed, anesthetized.

commodious, convenient.

Examples of usage:

1) I became miserably cramped towards evening; and Than- Sing entreated permission for me to remain upon deck somewhat longer than usual. - "A Lady's Captivity among Chinese Pirates in the Chinese Seas", Fanny Loviot.

2) " It is right that a girl who told a black lie should be cramped up in it," thought Pauline. - "Girls of the Forest", L. T. Meade.

3) Our finances are too cramped to admit of our doing or seeing much. - "Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions", Slason Thompson.