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Spell check of world

Correct spelling: world

military man, serviceman, conception, nature, mass, planetary, gentleman, division, global, sight, valet, sphere, heap, realm, creative activity, scene, humanity, atmosphere, profusion, barrel, universe of discourse, experience, globe, adolescence, bag, big, piece, adult male, humans, earth, knowledge domain, place, humankind, medium, business, field, orb, plenum, area, mankind, land, power, culture, environment, macrocosm, founding, planet, human race, population, province, pack, galaxy, knowledge base, class, international, domain, realness, creation, much, gentleman's gentleman, flesh, being, part, populace, public, produce, institution, humanness, worldwide, folks, surroundings, circle, bailiwick, memory, cosmea, ambiance, reality, origination, cosmos, arena, realism, matter, demesne, orbit, light-year, department, peck, plenty, dry land, ball, valet de chambre, ground, lot, childhood, introduction, species, human, existence, territory, earthly concern, limited, heavens, man, beingness, human beings, be, foundation, manhood, innovation, instauration, military personnel, Homo sapiens, life, bear, pile, milieu, career, initiation, subject, abundance, system, terra firma, worldly concern, climate, wealth, solid ground, society, terrain, human being, universe, mountain.

hop, void, stone's throw, nothingness, hairbreadth, national, inch, hair, skip, shouting distance.

Examples of usage:

1) Aye, aanything in th' world. - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

2) Where in the world did you find it, Marcia? - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.

3) I've lived in the world long enough to know men. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.