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Spell check of appreciate

Correct spelling: appreciate

Synonyms:
get, hold dear, estimate, minimize, cotton, see, assimilate, like, acknowledge, calculate, prize, assess, extol, dig, accelerate, give notice, seize, register, discern, respond to, care for, cognize, burgeon, praise, apprise, send word, notify, escalate, decipher, measure, revalue, make out, multiply, apprehend, rate, grasp, understand, applaud, snowball, consider, spread, treasure, evaluate, perceive, wax, respect, complain, accumulate, regard, make, conceive, know, pry, build up, enlarge, recognize, hold, relish, mount, tumble, behold, appraise, climb, cherish, grok, catch on, comprehend, rise, value, twig, valuate, think, honor, balloon, welcome, sense, esteem, advise, thank, savvy, gain, enjoy, lever, deem, take account, mushroom, proliferate, intuit, decode, instruct, roll up, prise, expand, boom, apprize, compass, prefer, catch, swell, jimmy, admire.

Antonyms:
detest, abominate, loathe, neglect, high-hat, abandon, cry down, misread, decry, dwindle, devalue, dislike, put down, write off, kiss off, misunderstand, condemn, undervalue, misconceive, miss, deplore, dismiss, decrease, misinterpret, disvalue, mistake, lessen, devaluate, slight, discount, sniff, forget, execrate, scout, disfavor, disparage, misapprehend, snub, hate, frown, depreciate, wane, recede, diminish, minimize, disdain, misconstrue, belittle, despise, scorn, bad-mouth, discountenance, abhor, disapprove, vilify, disregard, deprecate, contract, misperceive.

Examples of usage:

1) And, Val, she's giving that dance in your honor; you ought to appreciate that. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) Good; I'll appreciate your help. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

3) What does he mean when he says that he does not appreciate being left to sleep in the woods all night? - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

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