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Spell check of prowess

Correct spelling: prowess

Synonyms:
gutsiness, stoutness, hardihood, heroism, supremacy, fearlessness, graphics, adroitness, greatheartedness, rule, sway, fine art, artistry, bottle, commission, grasp, government, doughtiness, law, competence, artwork, intrepidness, authority, heart, mastery, hold, gallantry, daringness, reign, moxie, discipline, bravery, power, artistic production, intrepidity, valor, management, valiancy, skill, valiance, guts, courage, daring, intestinal fortitude, talent, domination, sovereignty, deftness, control, sleight, proficiency, artistic creation, mandate, art, courageousness, coordination, virtue, nontextual matter, nerve, command, dexterity, experience, grip, charge, direction, dexterousness, ability, aptitude, gift, dauntlessness, fear, will.

Antonyms:
faintheartedness, mousiness, cold feet, effeminacy, spinelessness, impotence, indecisiveness, ineffectualness, weakness, fear, cravenness, dastardliness, fearfulness, irresolution, pusillanimity, timorousness, softness, indecision, timidity, feebleness, cowardice, poltroonery, cowardliness, hesitation.

Examples of usage:

1) He is the only Bowling King, And loud and long the people sing The prowess of Old Field. - "Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions", Slason Thompson.

2) The doctor could not make a move in public that it did not inspire Field to some new quidity involving his alleged belief in witches, his envy and admiration of his son's prowess at base- ball, and his real and extensive familiarity with libraries and literature. - "Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions", Slason Thompson.

3) He was such a successful hunter, and was so willing to add the result of his prowess to the general food- supply of the camp, that nobody objected to his solitary expeditions. - "In the Musgrave Ranges", Jim Bushman.

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