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Spell check of object

Correct spelling: object

Synonyms:
impede, counter, agenda, inclination, reality, formulation, bearing, cross, dispute, planned, gadget, resist, acknowledge, demur, item, prospectus, conjugation, counteract, meddle, interfere, bicker, denigrate, forecast, article, defy, expectation, refute, end, counterattack, grouch, target area, rebut, scheme, clash, respond, schedule, fair game, existence, ambition, differ, inhibit, choice, thing, entity, idea, expound, qualifier, antagonize, bulk, check, design, deny, intention, protest, bourne, echo, syntax, tendency, recipient, oppress, suppress, contradict, receiver, oppose, approach, plan, phrase, deprecate, repulse, target, repress, individuality, rebuff, scenario, explain, objective, predicate, consideration, point, mass, ridicule, reply, defend, integer, usage, hinder, being, repudiate, contend, heading, something, physical object, forethought, stuff, lament, commodity, language, answer, intercept, structure, strategy, endeavor, material, substance, meaning, aspiration, fight, disagree, quarry, matter, retort, wish, wording, body, repel, unit, argue, object glass, will, ideal, dream, reject, phraseology, grammar, policy, disparage, victim, mark, collide, complain, form, react, justify, procedure, obstruct, why, be, goal, purpose, intent, prey, existent, return, dissent, deplore, pretension, proposal, individual, detract, challenge, subject, calculation, confront, view, determination, conflict, aim.

Antonyms:
method, oversight, negligence, nonentity, means, aimlessness, neglect, purposelessness, carelessness, way, thoughtlessness, avoidance, heedlessness.

Examples of usage:

1) And if so, to what end, and with what object? - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) But what could have been the object here? - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) I had made no plans; my one object was to see my family. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

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