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Spell check of snow

Correct spelling: snow

Synonyms:
delude, have on, trick, come down, hoodwink, nose candy, setback, blench, burn, buffalo, snooker, baron snow of leicester, wash out, coulomb, catch, drizzle, dew, misinform, juggle, deluge, curtain, hail, dewdrop, gammon, ampere-second, fool, humbug, vitamin C, degree Celsius, gull, band, cocain, light speed, blast, reverse, lash down, hundred, bamboozle, pelt, downpour, one C, hornswoggle, puff, dull, degree centigrade, take in, century, hoax, string along, fade, shock, drug, sleet, blizzard, spoof, storm, bluff, atomic number 6, acid rain, deoxycytidine monophosphate, Charles Percy Snow, pour, cocaine, gust, suck in, C. P. Snow, cloudburst, beat down, speed of light, decolorize, avalanche, beguile, play false, pull the wool over someone's eyes, coke, mislead, c, rain, carbon, cozen, fake out, pale, gaff, dupe, blow, ascorbic acid, have, con, misguide, slush, lead by the nose, snowfall, reversal, bump, cytosine, opium, bleach, blanch, black eye.

Antonyms:
discolor, polychrome, embrown, stripe, debunk, darken, blacken, disclose, reveal, divulge, pattern, tell, speckle, tinge, spot, mottle, daub, expose, burnish, color, pigment, dye, splotch, tincture, streak, disenchant, striate, speck, shade, blotch, undeceive, stain, polish, dapple, tint, deepen, uncover, unmask, disabuse, shine, checker, uncloak, show up, variegate, fleck, marble, disillusion, tarnish, paint, unveil.

Examples of usage:

1) I must tell mother about it as soon as I go home and ask her to help me plan Snow White's costume. - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.

2) It looks like it, and we want the snow to hold off until Larry comes back. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) I found them in the snow, before the door. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

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