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Spell check of dummy

Correct spelling: dummy

Synonyms:
space, emissary, dimwit, dunce, proxy, dummkopf, mock, imitation, dummy up, nominee, naught, spokesman, bungler, bosom, stand-in, representative, close up, button up, artificial, silent person, imbecile, nil, acolyte, half-wit, ersatz, dullard, knocker, zilch, zero, dumbbell, bogus, backup, imitative, nullity, faux, grass, belt up, nitwit, buffoon, servant, scatterbrain, figurehead, ghost, faked, aide, green goddess, cola, second, meathead, gage, thickhead, assignee, helper, assistant, boob, smoke, auxiliary, fool, nobody, nothing, booby, fake, skunk, mimic, blockhead, pinhead, alternate, nincompoop, the skinny, loon, substitute, keep mum, chump, spokeswoman, counterfeit, shut up, attendant, numskull, crackpot, clod, cipher, low-down, clam up, surrogate, weed, sens, blank, alternative, mouthpiece, dumbo, blank shell, lieutenant, deputy, moron, false, ignoramus, simulated, locoweed, replacement, man-made, bonehead, void, token, factitious, sess, understudy, pretend, birdbrain, synthetic, simpleton, envoy, dolt, double, be quiet, attorney, agent, cretin, nought, fill-in, helpmate, aught, appointee, unreal, arm, lacuna, sham, ability, delegate.

Antonyms:
unadulterated, authentic, genuine, natural, bona fide, real, true, legitimate, valuable, premium, quality, pure.

Examples of usage:

1) Kin ye see th' Son ov Maan in th' Dummy? - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

2) " We 'll have tea, and a rubber of dummy afterwards," said Scanlan, " if you've no objection." - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) Then he'd sell him up and buy the place in through a dummy, 'way down beneath its value. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

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