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Spell check of remain

Correct spelling: remain

stand, carry on, confront, lodge, tolerate, uphold, ride out, form, persevere, appease, delay, suffer, be, perdure, detain, preserve, outride, wait, keep on, look, await, come over, take a breather, run on, linger, breathe, anticipate, die hard, inhabit, last out, stick around, go along, repose, sojourn, proceed, undergo, sit out, stick, stay behind, live on, outlast, reside, continue, hold on, hold over, stay put, hold up, lie, persist in, hold out, roost, bear on, hang in, prevail, retain, pillow, hang on, watch, survive, last, run, settle, persist, outlive, catch one's breath, appear, go forward, become, extend, abide, bubble, get, dwell, keep, bide, put up with, bear, leave, expect, cover, stay, experience, feel, go on, live, pause, keep up, rest, go, endure, quell, stop, perch, tarry, grow, stay on, hang around.

depart, expire, desert, die, pull out, clear off, conclude, stop, cut out, pike, push off, clear out, reject, avoid, forsake, leave, lapse, change, migrate, run away, abscond, end, fly, desist, pack, let up, close, buzz, peel off, escape, go off, bail, pass, abate, ebb, finish, moderate, wind up, vacate, wane, decamp, bail out, bug out, discontinue, shun, journey, proceed, subside, get off, vamoose, shove, abandon, move, quit, book, get out, flee, exit, evacuate, forfend, take off, scat, leave off, forfeit, go, terminate, skip, resist, scram, cease, walk out, push on.

Examples of usage:

1) But that did not matter; there would remain, of course, a few camels and on one of them Nell would ride. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) " It is better for you to remain," he said, " better without question." - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

3) Not even Mrs. Hawley could remain after that. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.