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Spell check of secondary

Correct spelling: secondary

Synonyms:
companion, developed, second-string, thirdhand, consequent, consort, standby, additional, attached, original, accessory, underling, lower-ranking, garnish, smalltime, minor-league, proximate, secondhand, vicarious, affixed, second-class, petty, unimportant, besides, adornment, derivational, tributary, appendage, derived, junior-grade, alternate, trivial, emergency, addition, auxiliary, adjoining, supplementary, extra, secondary winding, ornamental, subordinate, substitute, small, fixture, inconsiderable, secondary coil, incident, supplemental, lieutenant, low-level, ornament, extension, under, kin, reserve, subsidiary, mean, subsequent, alternative, attachment, collateral, over, low, minor, adjunct, inferior, second, subaltern, along with, dependent, appendix, lesser, junior, appurtenance, increase, backup, second-rate, adorning, incidental, lowly, brother, primary, indirect, derivative, utility, accompaniment, lower, in addition to, addendum.

Antonyms:
exceptional, first-rate, first-class, special, primary, prime, major, senior, firsthand, high-grade, original, higher, superior, direct, particular, choice, first, premium, select, more, first-string, adequate, dominant, basic, acceptable, sufficient, fundamental, selected, capital, greater.

Examples of usage:

1) However, even in this moment of seeming secondary consideration, he heard a few words which gave him a delightful assurance of coming satisfaction. - "The Maid of Maiden Lane", Amelia E. Barr.

2) To Mr. Spokesly it was an exciting but secondary factor leading up to the greater adventure of departure. - "Command", William McFee.

3) Himself fate has doomed to a secondary position. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.

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