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Spell check of undertake

Correct spelling: undertake

sign up, harry, hazard, take on, induct, enter on or upon, sign on, chase, scheme, vow, create, compress, yield, take over, press, try, hatch, go about, inaugurate, sleuth, commence, go into, adopt, quest, get, warrant, promise, ensure, admit, exploit, insure, obligation, vouch, enter, bear, bud, commit, shorten, narrow, aspire, proceed, hunt, initiate, introduce, take in charge, originate, constrict, birth, search, do, endeavor, approach, open, fall to, fall into, assure, acquire, accede, sign, strive, harness, set in motion, lead off, play, assume, go along with, answer for, meet, pitch into, prepare, track, germinate, volunteer, spring, incur, dog, act, assay, agree, perform, accept, concentrate, vouchsafe, squeeze, stalk, maneuver, get down, reduce, compact, stake, intend, institute, set about, set out, shrink, develop, aim, dawn, condense, launch into, pursue, attempt, foreshorten, essay, shoulder, stem, follow, sprout, swear, embark, venture, set to, move, secure, form, guarantee, trail, try out, contract, tackle, tail, start out, abridge, begin, initialize, offer, get off, campaign, engage, take, launch, emerge, start, abbreviate, encounter, cut, seek, pledge, conceive, kick off, take up, go in for, consent.

retract, forsake, repudiate, throw over, give up, withdraw, abstain, detour, spurn, back off, let go, disown, decline, backtrack, drop, reject, abjure, avoid, refuse, bypass, disclaim, abandon, forbear, throw away, dismiss, omit, refrain, recant, neglect, relinquish, surrender, back down, turn down, unsay, pass by, disavow, renounce, throw up, overlook, take back, abnegate.

Examples of usage:

1) " Well," he said, " you're right, I think, and, if I'm given an opportunity, I'll undertake the thing. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

2) Nasmyth looked at the girl and prepared to undertake the part that he supposed she desired him to play. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) Still, you want to remember that in this country it's every man for himself, especially when you undertake a deal in land. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.