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Spell check of hundred

Correct spelling: hundred

Synonyms:
good deal, oodles, ton, thousand, duodecimo, profusion, shipload, bucket, carload, bushel, slew, wad, vitamin C, deal, coke, trillion, septuple, plenty, plateful, score, octet, 100, sevenfold, much, abundance, mess, peck, truckload, fistful, multiplicity, million, decade, plenitude, blow, sheaf, a hundred, pile, volume, c, sextuple, quantity, passel, reams, lashings, gobs, store, coulomb, pack, speed of light, loads, sight, one hundred, century, octave, spate, sixfold, bundle, ascorbic acid, hundredfold, heap, billion, cardinal, decennium, myriad, stack, yard, octavo, teens, snow, deoxycytidine monophosphate, jillion, atomic number 6, grand, gross, dozen, potful, wealth, centred, chunk, degree Celsius, mass, raft, mountain, light speed, bunch, ampere-second, nose candy, cytosine, plentitude, one C, fourscore, hexad, scads, carbon, degree centigrade, number, boatload, basketful, barrel.

Antonyms:
granule, inadequacy, poverty, piece, jot, shot, shred, sprinkling, pittance, spot, deficiency, modicum, section, flyspeck, dab, scarcity, smidgen, sprinkle, want, hint, dearth, lick, absence, glimmer, scarceness, famine, morsel, molecule, dot, dram, particle, mote, bit, mouthful, peanuts, whit, ordinal, crumb, iota, scrap, handful, drop, skimpiness, mite, scantiness, shade, shortage, ace, scintilla, scruple, nubbin, deficit, insufficiency, atom, driblet, portion, ounce, fragment, trace, smattering, speck, little, taste, nip, tittle, smatter, grain, shadow, tad, paucity, touch, meagerness, undersupply, lack, strain, scantness, ray, suspicion, streak, pinch, dash, fleck.

Examples of usage:

1) He said to himself that he had not come two hundred and fifty miles to talk about Martin Collingwood's looks. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) It's a hundred times worse than I ever thought anything could be. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

3) One hundred thousand people will read his book during the coming year. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

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