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Spell check of surface

Correct spelling: surface

grow, develop, external, coarseness, outdoors, come to the fore, outside, smoothness, resurrect, scrape, come out of the closet, emerge, heighten, fold, protrude, muster up, come forward, egress, periphery, ground level, get up, progress, outwardness, coat, come up, get hold, shape up, rear, exterior, go forth, superficiality, fabric, web, tissue, rebel, come out, granulation, unbiased, rally, impartiality, jump, spring up, opencut, uprise, open air, grade, prove, outward, climb up, stand up, muster, come near, originate, pop out, draw near, bob up, superficies, objective, move up, locate, step forward, fold up, get along, come, mount, come forth, weave, cursory, display, line up, control surface, come on, push through, pile, skin-deep, aerofoil, out, detachment, bulge, epidermal, start, superficial, grade-constructed, disinterestedness, fineness, peripheral, touch, scrape up, feel, show up, come in, shallow, extrinsic, draw close, covering, arise, opencast, cake, open, fall out, bulge out, step to the fore, wax, outer, nap, rise, near, summon, get on, ascend, objectivity, out-of-doors, material, excavate, earth's surface, climb, break through, place, impartial, objectiveness, scratch, detached, grit, issue, strip, turn up, go up, pop, texture, materialize, dig up, shallowness, approach, airfoil, step up, clear, rise up, aboveground, cover, find, roughness, advance, come along, go on, erupt, face, bug out, turn out, facade, appear, lift, grain, disinterested, show.

submerged, subterraneous, subsurface, subterranean, submarine, belowground, submersed, underground, deep-seated, underwater, undersea, deep, overhead.

Examples of usage:

1) And yet practically nothing is actually known in regard to conditions on the surface of this planet. - "Lectures in Navigation", Ernest Gallaudet Draper.

2) Jack did not, however, and at last, as he reached the top of the rock, threw himself forward and found himself on a flat, but somewhat rough surface a few yards in extent with higher rocks on one side, but nothing in front of him. - "The Hilltop Boys on Lost Island", Cyril Burleigh.

3) But only a dazzling white light was reflected on the smooth surface of the lake. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.