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Spell check of sweepstakes

Correct spelling: sweepstakes

Synonyms:
meet, conflict, atonement, prize, allotment, compensation, match, incentive, treat, allowance, inducement, duel, battle, consideration, strife, award, tip, honorarium, contention, gift, struggle, grant, rivalry, face-off, matchup, bout, confrontation, tug-of-war, wage, plum, stimulation, payment, wages, tournament, remuneration, warfare, carrot, race, bounty, bonus, tourney, gratuity, reward, contest, sweepstake, sweetener, enticement, ball game, temptation, amends, tribute, war, dogfight, event, combat, competition, sport, lure, grapple, stipend.

Antonyms:
concord, harmony, peace.

Examples of usage:

1) There were others who had sweepstakes on his height, before the score he would make, or the men he would bowl. - "Winding Paths", Gertrude Page.

2) Although boating was formally recognised by the masters in 1840, it is a fact that the first race honoured by the presence of a headmaster was the Sculling Sweepstakes in 1847, when Dr. Hawtrey was rowed in a boat to see the racing by two undermasters, the Rev. - "Boating", W. B. Woodgate Commentator: Harvey Mason.

3) A lottery with 1500 square miles of territory as the sweepstakes and 100, 000 people playing its wheel of fortune. - "Land of the Burnt Thigh", Edith Eudora Kohl.

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