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Spell check of rob

Correct spelling: rob

Synonyms:
preen, addict, dowse, requisition, accost, stickup, snitch, plunder, give, cabbage, blackmail, pawn, douse, embezzle, push over, heist, take off, inebriate, defraud, shear, displume, sack, souse, pick, filch, go off with, hold up, extort, nip, crochet, stick up, plagiarize, sop, confiscate, hock, intoxicate, swipe, rip off, palm, shoplift, primp, defalcate, hit it up, glom, fleece, pull off, plunk, pillage, pluck, haul, burglarize, overload, roll, tear, poach, drench, walk off with, snarf, run away with, deplumate, hook, loot, take, snare, pirate, dress, pinch, hijack, cull, despoil, abstract, steal, overcharge, rustle, shanghai, burgle, deprive, pick off, thieve, impound, repossess, divest, pride, knock off, congratulate, surcharge, nobble, swindle, sneak, imbue, dispossess, cheat, soak, pocket, hustle, tweak, encroach, gazump, pilfer, break into, pull, deplume, lift, solicit, plume, strip, grab, mug, cop, purloin, knock over, peculate, seize, holdup.

Antonyms:
undercharge.

Examples of usage:

1) So you can rob somebody else? - "Leo the Circus Boy", Ralph Bonehill.

2) We never let trouble rob us of laughter when I was here. - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

3) Maybe he was trying to rob him. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

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