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Spell check of suffer

Correct spelling: suffer

Synonyms:
engender, own, draw, patronize, back, have a bun in the oven, rear, set up, give birth, beat, nominate, puzzle, start, sicken, start out, recover, live, go, beget, condense, fall behind, take on, substantiate, stay, prove, stand, tolerate, stick out, converge, protrude, bugger off, house, fall back, confirm, stimulate, allow, distress, stand out, contribute, back up, keep up, mother, taste, go through, gestate, post, fit, lose, last, irritate, smart, hold up, throb, receive, plump for, corroborate, drop off, satisfy, conduct, fix, have got, flummox, carry, arrest, torture, misplace, injure, die hard, withstand, jut out, match, mislay, torment, jump out, find, undergo, digest, stand up, fulfil, lump, brave out, project, incur, wound, bear out, domiciliate, adjoin, set out, go on, hurt, submit, affirm, fend, gather, expect, acquire, jump, cope with, yearn, turn a loss, contract, experience, pass, concede, sore, ache, remain firm, patronise, survive, begin, baffle, hold out, forgather, sire, languish, indorse, plunk for, turn out, pay off, droop, possess, get down, witness, run into, set about, pine, let, support, keep, bruise, aim, accept, stomach, bleed, know, induce, anguish, assemble, crick, permit, buzz off, brook, encounter, meet, keep going, conform to, brave, put forward, behave, take over, obtain, spite, underpin, offer, agonize, offend, put up with, foregather, provide, prevail, stupefy, birth, produce, raise, leap out, wear, mystify, yen, live on, bide, feature, amaze, come, erect, fetch, stitch, nonplus, contain, weather, sustain, grant, prolong, put-up, sorrow, bring forth, scram, flag, grow, green-light, play, come across, bow, acquiesce, fulfill, discomfort, miss, fend for, hold, contact, make, pay back, maintain, fill, inflame, dumbfound, persevere, convey, tin, arrive, bewilder, grieve, father, run, sting, cramp, continue, chafe, comport, bear, endure, happy, get, drive, get under one's skin, consume, remain, endorse, throe, pain, afflict, lament, admit, become, linger, capture, develop, abide, defend, jut, throw, wrench, subscribe, give, generate, get together, pay, acquit, rack, run across, participate, nourish, bring, patronage, yield, see, indulge, stick, take, can, pose, persist, commence, connive at, catch, nurture, sanction, resist, feel, gravel, deport, mourn, touch, deliver, place upright, ingest, tarry, recede, perplex, concentrate, vex, take in, cause, have, assume, authorize.

Antonyms:
delight, check, cheer, interfere, deter, enjoin, crow, exult, resist, commiserate, forbid, protest, assure, deny, ban, ravish, proscribe, reject, inhibit, revoke, prevent, frustrate, beam, obstruct, soothe, enjoy, prohibit, joy, be well, laugh, veto, sympathize, hold back, withhold, reassure, block, solace, glory, triumph, curb, disfavor, impede, discourage, comfort, frown, restrain, constrain, discountenance, grudge, censure, interdict, repress, disapprove, bar, disallow, suppress, dislike, console, withstand, hinder, keep, deplore, refuse, rejoice.

Examples of usage:

1) He himself, however, began to suffer horribly. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) But Charlotte could suffer no more. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

3) I have seen that you suffer. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

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