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Spell check of require

Correct spelling: require

Synonyms:
demand, anticipate, subscribe, collect, strike, overtop, aim, entreat, bear, affect, mandate, gestate, bind, supplicate, conduct, accept, contend, consider, read, take in, solicit, direct, ask, expect, pray, petition, guide, ingest, charter, contain, take on, contract, postulate, take, submit, convey, need, shoot, accommodate, claim, obligate, constrain, lack, control, pick up, take away, deal, command, invite, challenge, film, dominate, pack, train, warrant, get hold of, pick out, get, quest, dictate, inquire, stipulate, learn, boss around, wait, subscribe to, assume, lead, fill, hire, take aim, request, enquire, bespeak, favor, implore, indulge, gather up, push around, use up, cry out for, tell, depend on, make, default, beseech, imply, oblige, over, suppose, call for, admit, have a bun in the oven, study, hold, want, exact, engage, drive, withdraw, consume, lease, beg, overlook, entail, instruct, regard, adopt, bring, order, desire, involve, carry, tax with, rely on, obligation, necessary, await, look for, remove, select, have, look at, compel, requisition, insist on, look, occupy, owned, necessitate, take up, rent, acquire, choose, miss, order around, crave, posit.

Antonyms:
refuse, reject, eliminate, command, hold, obviate, claim, possess, exact, own, have, insist, extort, enforce, rid of, deny.

Examples of usage:

1) She believed it to be necessary, or he would not require it of her, and she wanted to be all that he expected her to be. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) Moreover, we were now camping in our silk tent and did not require other shelter. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) You fancy I require one from you? - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

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