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Spell check of outstanding

Correct spelling: outstanding

Synonyms:
smashing, fantastic, prestigious, excellent, bold, slap-up, luminous, towering, notable, light-touch, groovy, arrears, pointed, large, miraculous, prominent, bill, phenomenal, dandy, wonderful, spectacular, noticeable, unprecedented, keen, bright, striking, marvelous, gravid, magnificent, peculiar, see, exotic, bad debt, unusual, redoubtable, dramatic, owing, home loan, salient, out of sight, conspicuous, pending, enceinte, great, sensational, leading, distinguished, balance, debit, liability, swell, bang-up, with child, admirable, receivable, better, owed, respected, heroic, majuscule, uncommon, wonderous, unpaid, debt, pronounced, preeminent, obvious, extraordinary, remarkable, nifty, arresting, awe-inspiring, big, capital, marked, usual, awesome, undone, signal, unfinished, star, standout, heavy, not bad, singular, noteworthy, superior, eye-catching, superficial, sketchy, corking, commendable, overdue, novel, abortive, expectant, pay, noble, bully, outlandish, cracking, due, neat, payable, illustrious, rare, major, enviable, observable, astral, undischarged, borrowings, peachy, incomplete, partial, praiseworthy, unsettled, fabulous, exceptional.

Antonyms:
insignificant, average, inferior, obscure, liquidated, minor, unsung, cleared, unimportant, uncelebrated, repaid, invisible, inconspicuous, prepaid, settled, mediocre, paid.

Examples of usage:

1) Had the Russians wished to conciliate our Government and avert war, this could not have been effected by their selecting for execution some political exile in Siberia, but only by recalling and degrading such an outstanding person as General Komaroff. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

2) On my return this was paid, and went to meet outstanding debts- debts to pay which I embarrassed myself. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) The creditors will at once try to call in all outstanding loans, and I expect Nevis has his money so scattered that he can't immediately get hold of it. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

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