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Spell check of recall

Correct spelling: recall

Synonyms:
imagine, riposte, retort, commend, renounce, believe, think of, abandonment, cross-selling, accept, rally, relive, flood back, cerebrate, crawfish out, parachute, aftermarket, bring forward, refuse, draft, repay, hark back, flood, remembrance, route, relocate, come back, churn rate, sequester, mobilize, back out, call in, reminiscence, pull in one's horns, reject, buyer's market, remove, dismiss, back away, phone, dropping, take, hold, adjourn, revoke, anamnesis, unsay, continue, disclaim, law, intend, call, seclude, visit, take back, guess, call up, recollect, abjure, ship, deny, make, opine, regress, retrovert, retain, customer care, suppose, assemble, draw, turn back, disengage, reflect, return, farm out, bethink, revert, resound, mean, credit rating, send, telephone, short-term memory, draw back, ring, withhold, think, recover, photographic memory, calling, retrieve, cogitate, rejoin, direct marketing, abandon, retire, disavow, detail, draw off, commissioner, mobilise, recollection, give back, remind, nostalgia, suspend, regain, forswear, evoke, suppress, keep, captaincy, reminisce, generate, recede, give, dispatch, come to, reckon, call back, remember, fall, crawfish, think back, awake, disqualify, commemorate, repudiate, reelect, pull back, yield, pull away, rescission, bring back, bench, pack off, lift, consider, reverberate, revive, reserve, post, devolve, summon, trigger, abortion, take out, take away, withdraw, find, mind, bundle off, cold call, render, long-term memory, calling off, bow out, callback, rescind, reverse, discharge, deliver, repeal, echo, repeat, flashback, retract, refund, conceive, memory, draft in, retreat, recant, pass, recision, revocation, disown, discard, move back, captain, sequestrate.

Antonyms:
maintain, hold, draw a blank, vindicate, forget, advocate, commencement, supply, defend, blank out, undertaking, cherish, issue, retain, proclaim, beginning, own, continuation, block, initiation, claim, avow, uphold, acknowledge, engagement, assert.

Examples of usage:

1) I do not recall his words. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

2) " They did," said Nasmyth, who was pleased to recall the fact. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) It appeared to him as if he had forgotten some question of importance, and he tried to recall it to his mind. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

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