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Spell check of punch

Correct spelling: punch

Synonyms:
lemonade, cowman, milk shake, bop, stun, faculty, seniority, bellows, sock, vigorousness, auger, shove, hustle, prepotency, swipe, point, initiative, batter, plane, jackknife, knife, grindstone, hurtle, nectar, Drugs, circular saw, welder, mightiness, box end wrench, beverage, eggnog, knock, enfranchisement, squeeze, bust, planer, vise, birthright, pull, ball-peen hammer, liquor, crush, induce, whop, hook, wedge, thrusting, ale, command, get-up-and-go, pound, crowbar, instigate, calipers, cattleman, pliers, chisel, ripsaw, emery wheel, hardihood, gouge, adjustable wrench, energize, pigeon berry, bounce, vinegar, lap, water, go, blade, throw, wrecking bar, back saw, power, vigor, hit, machete, bang, scythe, drill, hatchet, stop up, chain saw, powerfulness, laggard, control, stapler, chip away, life, needle, pitch, beat up, chase, beans, clap, vitality, bit, edger, arc welder, sling, effectiveness, might, smacker, douse, attack, lagger, clip, shovel, bonk, starch, pipe wrench, double, nip, cold chisel, kingship, catapult, hammer blow, prompt, scissors, scoke, cup, mastery, cowhand, perforate, goad, beer, lug wrench, gusto, tip, penetrator, gas, try, prerogative, arrow, encourage, slam, sack, esprit, shot, precedence, puissance, garget, radial arm saw, lob, jigsaw, brio, jostle, tire iron, domination, cogency, thrust, cocoa, cuff, alcohol, jog, spike, spade, sledgehammer, spanner, launch, oomph, haymaker, momentum, penetrate, enterprise, inspire, impel, push, thump, posthole auger, zing, tin snips, motivate, impact, skewer, foment, nudge, band saw, milk, salt lick, soft drink, superiority, dash, strength, dynamism, soda, hurl, ginger, sting, handsaw, buzz saw, hack, credential, slap, table saw, primacy, prestige, propel, drive, zip, rap, bullet, tea, spear, cowherd, belt, clout, thwack, die, claw hammer, clout nail, keyhole saw, bump, authority, affect, flail, dab, bludgeon, stature, hacksaw, plug, provoke, swat, privilege, motivation, gumption, card, rank, lick, poker, spoke shave, sluggard, secure, booze, Allen wrench, purview, bash, prod, kick, entitlement, biff, commission, awl, emotive, chaser, wrench, square, blowtorch, snap, bow saw, stinger, puncher, perforator, grind, hedge trimmer, beat, coping saw, magnetize, applicator, rousing, puncture, switch, force, flatten, aperitif, spank, lance, cowboy, inflammable, buffet, shoot, empowerment, box, crosscut saw, poking, jolt, urge, larrup, drink, overwhelming, sovereignty, steam, poke, ram, ferment, drone, trigger, slug, title, potency, spat, forcefulness, file, cowpoke, jabbing, carrier bag, move, stripe, verve, blow, dawdler, charge, juice, welt, lash, pickax, emotional, coffee, stick, entice, pierce, rub, cowpuncher, whack, stimulate, chop, dram, strike, moving, trowel, depress, energy, pep, plump, thud, office, plug away, fire, scroll saw, heave, influence, license, sickle, thorn, fling, level, action, smash, paper bag, bench drill, blowlamp, fillip, stirring, shears, moxie, axe, press, monkey wrench, snips, scrunch, saw, tool, compress, lathe, jointer, cut, screwdriver, vim, sap, hasten, tired, jab, soda pop, mandate, pick, drill press, trailer, wallop, crimp, mallet, grapnel, smack, cathartic, hammer, miter box, bat, spur, bradawl, sway, right, bore, pelt, pop, wham, impulse.

Antonyms:
faintness, debilitation, softness, feebleness, weakness, frailness, listlessness, tenderness, exhaustion, puniness, prostration, frailty, lethargy, indolence, infirmity, delicacy, debility, torpidity, enervation, sluggishness, laziness, slightness, impotence, impotency, powerlessness, inanition, disablement, enfeeblement.

Examples of usage:

1) I told father you were coming, and he was awfully pleased- as pleased as Punch- and he said: 'That's right, my girl; that's right, Nancy. - "Girls of the Forest", L. T. Meade.

2) Have you thought what you are going to do about the punch on your tickets? - "Ethel Morton at Chautauqua", Mabell S. C. Smith.

3) What about the punch? - "Ethel Morton at Chautauqua", Mabell S. C. Smith.

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