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Spell check of melt

Correct spelling: melt

head for the hills, ply, disintegrate, capitulate, tend, play, yield, wither, evaporate, deliquesce, function, burrow, die hard, dissolve, extend, lam, be given, soften, disband, stir, backpedal, fly the coop, lean, move on, cower, blow over, draw, disappear, pass, campaign, feed, grip, hide, fade away, see, melt down, escape, dethaw, skew, give, pass away, unblock, prevail, influence, ladder, freeze up, fade, combine, lead, vaporize, lead to, evanesce, mingle, go, hunt, depart, increase, commingle, merge, crouch, color, vaporise, melting, crook, meld, mellow, bleed, immix, work, unfreeze, carry, vanish, convert, die, melt away, resolve, bow, adapt, range, course, unravel, run for, execute, thaw, cease, consort, fade out, go away, sink, coalesce, scat, black market, intermingle, track down, dematerialize, stir in, double over, take to the woods, free, crane, stop, revise, render, mellow out, break away, operate, fleet, blend, dismiss, bunk, conflate, flee, forgive, turn tail, hunt down, bend, defrost, run away, release, mix, decrease, break up, liquefy, harden, fly, finish, hightail it, guide, flux, bestride, solid, catch, warming, languish, mix up, race, freeze, balance, incline, fuse, thawing, flow, move, persist, scarper, pass off, unthaw, decide, endure, renounce, run.

coagulate, solidify, issue, jell, emerge, materialize, congeal, appear, set, break out, gel, arrive, loom, thicken, harden, show up, come out, clot, jelly.

Examples of usage:

1) But their difficulties did not melt away. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) When the sun rose and the clouds melted away, all the earth smiled up at them, and their fears seemed to melt away with the clouds. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) That stone within you, which you call heart, to- night it will melt. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.