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Spell check of dam

Correct spelling: dam

Synonyms:
handicap, cramp, ditch, restrain, levee, duck, hold in, hen, impair, restriction, drawback, encumbrance, detain, entangle, construct, bottleneck, burden, blockage, manage, impasse, assemble, drag, obstruct, embankment, entrap, fetter, jenny, snarl, encumber, dekametre, constipate, obstruction, wall, foul, entanglement, breakwater, dam up, damper, stay, constipation, grade, check, mire, keep back, hindrance, dry-stone wall, suppress, mare, erect, hamstring, inhibition, hinder, set up, resistance, opposition, put up, impede, bung, interruption, constrain, bafflement, barrier, gate, restraint, go up, complicate, obstacle, earthwork, brake, parent, impediment, bar, repress, paralyze, put together, groin, hamper, crimp, decametre, choke, bank, tangle, extend, hurdle, conceal, congest, stop, clog, catch, mother, open, plug, bulwark, barrage, ewe, cripple, delay, block, head, counter, snag, build, interrupt, stoppage, throw up, dekameter, impedance, bottle up, hind, disadvantage, congestion, complication, oppose, jam, cow, restrict, doe, entrapment, frustrate, master, girl, groyne, deal with, deterrent, deter, baffle, dkm, decameter, blockade, curb, constraint, frustration, inhibit, resist, thwart.

Examples of usage:

1) These little creatures are able to follow their dam twenty- four hours after birth. - "Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia", Maturin M. Ballou.

2) " Still," he remarked, " I have never built a dam." - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) Still"- and perhaps he did not recognize how clear the connection of ideas was-" I am going down to see about that dam- building contract to- morrow." - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

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