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Spell check of gird

Correct spelling: gird

Synonyms:
poke, ramp up, bind, environ, ring, progress, work up, see about, deal with, encompass, arm, outrage, engirdle, dis, deaden, hem, slur, face, endue, gift, develop, belt, offense, wreathe, support, personality, strengthen, build, fort, slight, ready, build up, lace, compass, forearm, affront, edge, circle, slap, girdle, dower, combat, brickbat, indignity, address, open, give, beset, girth, band, cincture, barb, handle, secure, invest, fortify, enclose, tackle, hedge, sarcasm, endow, beef up, dart, surround, spike, engird, encircle, brace, dig, begird, cut, girt, name, epithet, fasten, put-down, steel, prepared.

Antonyms:
adulation, flattery, compliment, demilitarise, disarm, praise, acclaim, commendation, accolade, applause, demilitarize.

Examples of usage:

1) With this glorious prospect in full view to the eye of faith, let us " gird up the loins of our mind." - "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity", Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.

2) Do you think I have been watching and praying for your return these hours, only to gird at Christian? - "The Unknown Sea", Clemence Housman.

3) The " farmer power" of those farmers who gird their loins and go into Tokyo to demonstrate is actually greed power. - "Down-with-the-Cities", Nakashima, Tadashi.

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