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Spell check of arm

Correct spelling: arm

helper, chaise lounge, understudy, deploy, serve, provide, nominee, outgrowth, divisional, dummy, offshoot, part, ramification, collar, bay, care label, double, stand-in, nominate, figurehead, limb, offset, fort, backup, beef up, assistant, chair, away, girdle, armchair, representative, deputize, firearm, assembly, wing, customer services, extension, clubfoot, bend, servant, assign, build up, fork, remote, breast pocket, acolyte, spokesman, appendage, piece, tributary, agent, departmental, ramp up, member, envoy, fortify, unfriendly, tree branch, run, chesterfield, proxy, sleeve, unit, supply, branch, crook, bony, back office, coattails, cylinder, weapon system, attendant, small arm, draw, body, prong, hook, flap, deputy, blowhole, token, resource, stream, spokeswoman, anatomical, anatomy, come up with, handle, heat, weapon, encircle, ghost, ankle, artillery, armorer, bough, armed, projection, backrest, brandish, belly, bow, rivulet, appointee, attorney, alternate, emissary, creek, substitute, capsule, carapace, bodice, forearm, develop, arms, acquisitions, appoint, division, equip, satisfy, ridge, annex, buttonhole, armament, leg, bib, build, armpit, offer, protrusion, chaise, gun, detonation, duel, chaise longue, organ, armhole, gird, work up, lace, point, department, snout, agency, strengthen, inlet, section, estuary, ball, surrogate, cater to, delegate, back, second, auxiliary, spike, assignee, brook, armrest, desk, overhang, protuberance, antler, subdivision, rod, progress, aide, subsection, fin, big toe, arch, defuse, calf, helpmate, lieutenant, arrange, haughty, mouthpiece.

demilitarise, demilitarize, disarm.

Examples of usage:

1) The mermaid clutched his arm in alarm. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

2) He took his hand from her arm. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

3) I took his arm and led him away. - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.