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Spell check of photograph

Correct spelling: photograph

Synonyms:
movie, dash, approximation, painting, imitate, characterisation, rupture, snapshot, depict, cast, paparazzi, come out, fool away, shot, video, ape, fix, inject, word-painting, snarl, film, dart, hit, moving picture, radiograph, icon, illustration, scud, close-up, metaphor, represent, portray, outline, capture, delineation, drawing, bust, motion-picture show, photomicrograph, carving, snap, blast, expose, depiction, model, develop, flick, rendering, representation, microcopy, lose it, scene, shoot, bourgeon, pictorial matter, word picture, photographer, scoot, photogram, characterization, impression, pip, likeness, focus, compose, moving-picture show, mental picture, buck, spud, blow up, effigy, statue, exposure, microfilm, duplicate, facsimile, photo, sprout, photography, cartoon, tear, charge, pastiche, portrait, replicate, render, take, ikon, photomontage, miniature, copy, dissipate, pap, germinate, vulnerability, burgeon forth, pullulate, frivol away, analogy, figurine, fritter, motion picture, illustrate, snatch up, print, picture show, imitation, shoot down, silhouette, click, picture, flash, approximate, image, fritter away, fool, portrayal, replica, break down, duplication, pic, simulate, idol.

Examples of usage:

1) The photograph bears no actual semblance to my picture of the top of Mt. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) Nothing like that white face that he had seen, this photograph, old, yellow, and faded, but a girl laughing and beautiful- after all, his most precious possession. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.

3) He climbed on to Peter's knee and looked at the photograph: Oh! - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.

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