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Spell check of sit

Correct spelling: sit

nonplus, bomb, stifle, flavor, gravel, quench, relax, razz, collapse, incubate, congregate, hinge on, legend, restraint, fall, do, hunker down, dip out, curl up, occupy, flock, bear on, twit, meet, get in on, rag, mystify, stick, assemble, get through, drive, hunker, meet with, effect, stand up, belong, gather, vex, cherub, squelch, perch, taunt, baffle, adoption agency, puzzle, stupefy, format, set, simulate, care, amaze, commission, smother, aesthetic, au pair, turn on, down, flash mob, bewilder, bunk, rally, adopt, cuddle up, homage, devolve on, flop, convene, baby-sit, present, hold back, mold, perplex, flunk, be, rest, hold down, suppress, babysit, exist, flummox, join in, adopted, tantalise, engage in, sit in on, adoption, ride, concentrate, remain, bed down, strangle, sit around, depend upon, cod, sit in, tantalize, muffle, bait, draftsmanship, sit down, set down, involve, model, hatch, muster, qualify, join, brood, resit, bear, seat, mount, throttle, put, score, pass, adoptive, babysitter, participate, dumbfound, stand, gag, care order, repress, get together, squat, hinge upon, induct, fail, burke, enter into, position, get, composition, rise, impersonate, place, mould, tease, pattern, invest, pose, retake, lie, beat, depend on, personate, posture, mock up, lay.

rise, stand up, uprise, stand, get up, arise, lie.

Examples of usage:

1) Sit down and take it easy. - "Leo the Circus Boy", Ralph Bonehill.

2) But Mrs. Maule went on as if she had not heard the other's words, And you can always sit together in my boudoir. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

3) So far, she had not asked him to sit down. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.