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Spell check of rub

Correct spelling: rub

scratch up, disfigure, snag, aid, split, rinse, tragedy, abolish, erase, manipulate, eradicate, fuss, palpate, itch, extinguish, expunge, snuff out, rub out, grind, hurt, nettle, brush, attrition, erode, stay, battle, scrape up, aggravate, preventative, disturb, off, nip, rankle, scrape, limp, contact, answer, excise, put away, check, incumbrance, harass, bother, polish, mar, squeeze, remove, rasp, purification, tour, difficulty, nark, touch, palm, skim, trouble, hinderance, crush, blanket, engrave, choke, impediment, get at, finger, stoppage, call off, encumbrance, kiss, resist, efface, rent, eat away, graze, duty tour, twiddle, abrade, smother, arrest, finish, annihilate, bump off, run, frazzle, damage, gravel, do in, knock off, solution, sweep, halt, grave, uproot, press, vex, destroy, scratch, enlistment, nightmare, knead, help, blot out, wipe, crisis, tear, flatten, interference, scrunch, undo, wrap, ordeal, stress, come up, rile, rasping, quagmire, liquidate, rag, friction, exterminate, wipe out, feel, fray, irritate, dab, get to, preventive, zap, caress, waste, wear, root, paw, stop, eat into, gall, obstacle, obliterate, tour of duty, term of enlistment, dilemma, shine, slay, rip, bury, clear, harm, crown, hindrance, top, treatment, compress, stain, hitch, strike, detoxification, recover, vacate, depress, coat, delete, scour, annoy, inscribe, buff, extirpate, niggle, grate, injure, scrub, spoil, cover, ply, make, cancel, hobble, massage, insulate, excoriate, continue, gag, fret, stamp out, chafe, mark, hang-up.

Examples of usage:

1) He's had he breakfus' 'n' a good rub down- not quite finished, though. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

2) Fo't- night, come tuhmorrer, I's been out hyar, rain ur shine, 'n' I rub dis hoss twel he shine lak a new stove. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

3) " All right," muttered Billy with a wry face, " but don't rub it in too much, that's all." - "The Hilltop Boys on Lost Island", Cyril Burleigh.