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Spell check of modest

Correct spelling: modest

Synonyms:
subaltern, ostentatious, downcast, plebeian, wee, inferior, underage, pocket, ordinary, humiliated, unpretentious, diffident, compact, average, down in the mouth, overmodest, contrite, beggarly, withdrawn, reasonable, seemly, immaculate, scurvy, miserable, mild, sparing, little, small-scale, submissive, blue, soft, downhearted, teensy, minimal, small, bashful, low, teeny, prudish, depleted, scanty, G-rated, tasteful, down-to-earth, venial, mundane, scrawny, puny, simple, suburban, baseborn, delicate, dispirited, negligible, baby, unadorned, median, minute, selfless, attitude, timid, routine, lower-ranking, inexpensive, introverted, microscopic, short, undemonstrative, tiny, resigned, innocent, low-down, spare, weeny, cheap, quiet, down, wholesome, money, unselfish, belittled, crushed, lowly, unvarnished, grim, plain, nice, gloomy, petite, pocket-sized, stingy, shamefaced, unobtrusive, minor, abashed, slight, common, virginal, secondary, self-love, edge, mediocre, spiritless, immodest, chaste, backward, balmy, miserly, low-toned, intermediate, so-so, decorous, deficient, diminished, pocketable, homely, paltry, dignified, humble, slim, demure, midsize, big, unassuming, virtuous, medium, apologetic, nonaged, shy, ungenerous, trifling, broken, pocket-size, tame, economical, low-spirited, limited, niggardly, unassertive, normal, unembellished, coy, restraint, piddling, dwarfish, banal, good, depressed, scant, unstudied, clean, bantam, abject, nugatory, proper, restrained, moderate, self-effacing, vestal, recessive, reserved, minuscule, diminutive, temperate, teeny-weeny, smallish, meek, mean, sheepish, toy, humbled, popular, natural, petty, low-pitched, usual, retiring, decent, junior-grade, unaffected, unostentatious, menial, miniature, scummy, itty-bitty, discreet, meager, base, pure, standard, picayune, middling.

Antonyms:
egoistic, cocksure, self-conceited, high-and-mighty, saucy, toplofty, unusual, uncommon, exceptional, presuming, individual, limitless, convivial, dirty, self-complacent, blemished, bombastic, impertinent, uppity, outgoing, self-asserting, dashing, flamboyant, self-confident, disdainful, distinctive, unique, highfalutin, defiled, rare, chesty, peculiar, special, dominant, lordly, stained, pretentious, indecent, hoity-toity, impudent, smug, braggy, filthy, uppish, obscene, stuck-up, vulgar, swaggering, self-important, egocentric, overconfident, egotistic, social, pompous, peremptory, sociable, excessive, bold, overweening, clubbable, immoderate, immodest, self-satisfied, pontificating, showy, bumptious, patronizing, sullied, boastful, tainted, overbold, assertive, vainglorious, forward, smutty, supercilious, domineering, companionable, private, brash, self-assertive, huffy, self-obsessed, ostentatious, unreserved, cheeky, huffish, brassy, boon, tacky, unlimited, gregarious, strange, spotted, unchaste, conceited, confident, audacious, aggressive, coarse, high-hat, self-centered, extroverted, presumptuous, soiled, proud, overbearing, unrefined, uninhibited, indelicate, improper, important, forceful, fastuous, tarnished, high-handed, tasteless, magisterial, dominating, vain, unclean, superior, unseemly, indecorous, crude, arrogant, ribald, prideful, imperious, condescending, impure, narcissistic, extreme, haughty, idiosyncratic.

Examples of usage:

1) I have never given you credit for modest demands. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) And you call that modest! - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

3) He has others not so modest. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

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