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Spell check of realm

Correct spelling: realm

place, sweep, terra firma, regional, possessions, area, locale, empire, colony, breadth, ground, theater, goods, circuit, legacy, stock, dry land, municipality, landed estate, domain, line, locality, setting, quarter, worth, resources, land, part, country, assets, orbit, effects, lot, farming, bag, dimension, division, local, hall, gymnasium, bailiwick, region, territorial, room, neighborhood, town, riding, arena, circle, ranch, farm, inheritance, walk, sector, holding, divisional, title, turf, dukedom, beat, demesne, specialty, nation, wealth, campus, commonweal, state, Colosseum, commonwealth, front, field, belongings, pen, gallery, confines, body politic, national, property, game, precinct, firmament, city, battlefield, fixtures, stage, department, subject, principal, kingdom, Shire, possession, territory, width, acquisition, amplitude, estate, res publica, fiefdom, terrain, parcel, district, compass, provincial, fief, earth, zone, canton, manor, courtyard, colonial, scope, chattel, auditorium, circus, range, realty, barony, province, real estate, element, reach, scene, purview, duchy, discipline, business, extent, sphere, world, soil, enclosure, amphitheater, acres, county, plot, borough, swing, extension, ring, solid ground, dominion, hippodrome, ambit, tract.

Examples of usage:

1) " Now," he said, " you are safely back in your own realm again." - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

2) We were now beyond the realm of social constraint, conventional usage, and the reign of the law. - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.

3) So when we look through much of the so- called popular poetry, we see why we cannot often admit it to the high realm of the literature of ecstasy. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.