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Spell check of die

Correct spelling: die

Synonyms:
wear away, spike, fatigue, sound, make it, hand, slack off, blowlamp, cap, separate, rifle, go on, stick, tumble, cronk, ease, burn down, flush it, lead, make pass, overtake, applicator, excrete, drills, intermit, distribute, clear, gag, point, bores, smash, moderate, cave in, close, snuff it, pass on, molder, weary, soften, strangle, communicate, fade, get out, come apart, kick downstairs, run, breathe out, finalize, split up, droop, punches, tip, gnarl, guide, run down, blend, buy the farm, slacken, extinguish, go past, sink, fade out, disappear, leave, slide by, conk out, improve, blend in, happen, give-up the ghost, give out, hold up, choke, skewer, become flat, decease, pause, decompose, spoil, fall in, emit, go away, spend, transcend, foul, glide by, authorise, spears, exit, perish, authorize, out, wrap up, diminish, pop off, break in, swoon, culminate, split, accomplish, cease, blow over, breach, grumble, subside, snap, pass off, go bad, starve, scrag, die out, scare away, go, choke off, go wrong, go along, peter out, dissect, run low, weaken, give way, break, fall off, frighten away, perforator, pass away, founder, overstep, deteriorate, surpass, go up, discontinue, get, skewers, stop, eliminate, decline, lose it, return, wear out, punch, needle, clog up, clog, blowtorch, evaporate, go down, bust, retrograde, occur, box end wrench, croak, thorn, get around, travel, get going, belong, develop, recrudesce, analyze, double, kick off, stall, break up, bump, poker, take place, sticks, slip away, top, better, put across, survive, conk, perforators, live, go by, spits, drill, part, exhale, shut off, live on, vanish, betray, punctures, proceed, crumple, unlit, rest in peace, give off, let on, ebb, bomb, endure, disclose, break off, burn out, drop dead, work, auger, go against, transgress, gouges, throttle, congest, thrive, go out, fall out, fracture, reach, bring out, awl, break away, wither, bankrupt, dampen, let out, arrows, discover, Allen wrench, pass, drop, arrow, pass by, ease up, fall, fail, hand out, start, come about, end, dash, hold out, neglect, cash in one's chips, cut out, break out, blades, run out, damp, burst, hang, fleet, flunk, faint, bate, extend, gouge, spear, check out, move over, pokers, infract, mutter, lance, puncture, erupt, egest, die down, give, lances, yield, adjustable wrench, evanesce, divulge, violate, collapse, pass out, remit, increase, cloy, back up, augers, run short, stifle, last, dice, spikes, fade away, crumble, analyse, fall apart, penetrator, go through, dying, fall asleep, let up, expire, take apart, devolve, unwrap, overhaul, drown, spurs, kick in, dissolve, draw, wear, abate, blade, needles, conclude, function, suffocate, jade, checkmate, rot, decay, kick the bucket, bones, bits, daunt, break down, dull, legislate, pall, penetrators, grow, scare, rankle, scare off, die off, keel over, turn over, locomote, crush, bit, demise, go off, bingo, wane, go across, move, exceed, tire, travel by, bore, fit, thorns, slip by, relegate, fruit machine, break dance, bradawl, casino, reveal, give away, become, operate, demote, finish, bite the dust, spur, interrupt, complete, tips, asphyxiate, miscarry, murmur, bellows, hap, halt, plump, snap off, craps, succumb, depart, points, lapse, expose, fret, recede, terminate, ruin, poop out, frighten off, check, elapse, offend.

Antonyms:
come into being, flourish, begin, exist, survive, come to life, grow, live, be born.

Examples of usage:

1) Yet how gladly would he have died for his people, who made request that he might die among them! - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) I cannot doubt he allowed himself to die. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

3) Did she die, Willie? - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

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