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Spell check of ravish

Correct spelling: ravish

Synonyms:
disgrace, appal, victimize, pervert, outrage, transfer, lift, assault, capture, break, rail at, attaint, shame, fascinate, bewitch, shock, spoil, snipe, desecrate, please, enchant, dishonor, dishonour, ship, glamour, abduct, disparage, violate, seduce, deflower, ill-use, maltreat, witch, ill-treat, allure, persecute, misuse, breach, channelise, defile, wrong, revile, interfere with, hearten, offend, enjoy, delight, harm, ruin, jinx, excite, slander, lash out, aggrieve, assail, catch, scandalise, channel, gladden, hex, hypnotize, charm, vituperate, enamor, injure, entrance, force, transgress, date-rape, carry, enthral, beguile, transport, carry away, scandalize, set on, enamour, vilify, transmit, rap, send, defame, malign, appall, gang-rape, misemploy, abuse, reproach, becharm, enthrall, channelize, attract, revel, hold, despoil, captivate, round, mesmerize, infract, trance, uplift, plunder, go against, attack, magnetize, profane, draw, enrapture, upon, rapture, damage.

Antonyms:
respect, protect, disillusion, benefit, uphold, tend, disenchant, vindicate, favor, eulogize, praise, panegyrize, shield, sustain, conserve, regard, applaud, care for, laud, consider, cherish, extol.

Examples of usage:

1) " The beautiful Kleist shall not ravish my beloved from me. - "Berlin and Sans-Souci", Louise Muhlbach.

2) She stated in her complaint that, having decoyed her child to the Zuecca, I had abused her by violence, and she adduced as a proof that her daughter was confined to her bed, owing to the bad treatment she had received from me in my endeavours to ravish her. - "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons", Jacques Casanova de Seingalt.

3) If 'a spreadeth that over the face of Squire Carne, 'a will ravish him, as the wicked doth ravish the poor." - "Springhaven A Tale of the Great War", R. D. Blackmore.

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