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Spell check of sweat

Correct spelling: sweat

Synonyms:
huff, moil, fluster, undertaking, drudgery, worry, attempt, sudor, pursuit, concernment, panic, apprehensiveness, pit out, exploit, agita, key pattern, BO, twitter, fatigue, buckle down, confinement, dither, concern, sweat off, agonize, body odor, suds, feat, endeavor, slavery, uneasiness, pother, solicitude, forge, trouble, labor, work at, mop, transudation, drudge, wetness, dedication, fuss, sweating, perspiration, unease, strain, agitation, try, perturbation, drive, pains, tizzy, childbed, fear, toil, lying-in, travail, soapsuds, exertion, care, apprehension, disquietude, disquiet, labour, diaphoresis, overwork, while, heavy lifting, fret, lather, elbow grease, sweat duct, campaign, cold sweat, steam, sudate, anxiousness, bead, worn spot, hidrosis, stew, parturiency, expenditure, challenge, sudation, swivet, nervosity, endeavour, movement, work, swelter, grind, cause, dread, donkeywork, swither, crusade, effort, nervousness, perspire.

Antonyms:
ease, peace, fun, calmness, placidness, consolation, quiet, adroitness, leisure, sereneness, lounging, inaction, indolence, placidity, dormancy, tranquilness, inertia, tranquillity, relaxation, contentment, fluency, play, easiness, solace, sport, peacefulness, diversion, facility, goldbricking, dallying, rest, recreation, laziness, calm, relief, amusement, inactivity, serenity, languor, loafing, lolling, decompression, unconcern, comfort, quiescence, inertness, smoothness, content, dalliance, repose, idleness, quietude, entertainment.

Examples of usage:

1) What's the sweat to get him married off to- day? - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) The colt was breathing deeply and regularly; not a hair was turned from sweat and he showed no signs of distress. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

3) The sweat was pouring from him- she was waiting for him, and if he did not reach her all would be lost. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.

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