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Spell check of respectable

Correct spelling: respectable

Synonyms:
righteous, esteemed, serviceable, true, ample, heroic, creditable, unimpeachable, ethical, muscular, satisfactory, salubrious, safe, praise, OK, secure, modest, common, honest, beneficial, substantial, decorous, reputed, untarnished, right, sound, nice, considerable, goodly, law-abiding, handsome, big, sinewy, uncorrupted, clean, respect, skillful, reasonable, noble, fine, irreproachable, tolerable, prestigious, principled, courtesy, unspoilt, sizable, meritorious, upstanding, major, upright, right-minded, worthy, pure, acceptable, goodish, moderate, angelical, dear, proper, usual, correct, level-headed, presentable, dependable, expert, levelheaded, computable, comely, serious, near, genteel, de rigueur, high-minded, becoming, guiltless, brawny, reputable, recognized, in effect, hefty, substantive, unsullied, tidy, powerful, undecomposed, proficient, practiced, laudable, unspotted, estimable, good for you, saintly, good, stand-up, commendable, taintless, unspoiled, ripe, admirable, average, honorable, forthright, adequate, fairish, well, healthy, honourable, polite, sizeable, blameless, deserving, in force, effective, intelligent, value, mly, befitting, moral, biggish, seemly, name, praiseworthy, comme il faut, faultless, virtuous, kempt, respected, full, skilful, exemplary, adept, valorous, decent, sufficient, just, all right, significant, largish, fair, passable, salutary.

Antonyms:
faulty, obscure, evil, cheap, keen, dissolute, terrific, disreputable, paltry, perverted, inconsequential, unrighteous, classic, grand, proscribed, imperfect, forbidden, top-notch, unjust, intolerable, minute, tiny, decadent, skimpy, wrong, ignoble, seedy, censurable, profligate, atrocious, groovy, poor, unfit, matchless, sterling, small, indecent, unbearable, miserly, extreme, unparalleled, outlawed, heavenly, awkward, unfair, unmatched, capital, jim-dandy, culpable, unacceptable, superlative, reprehensible, peerless, first-class, deficient, unimportant, par excellence, no-name, blamable, corrupt, useless, execrable, little, base, boss, shadowy, libertine, petty, insignificant, exceptional, sensational, unbecoming, marginal, maximum, unseemly, debauched, premium, niggardly, inadequate, unscrupulous, casual, lacking, optimal, dandy, rotten, vile, debased, insubstantial, depraved, smallish, demoralized, unendurable, ungraceful, diminutive, piddling, spare, unsuitable, fine, crooked, villainous, shameful, shoddy, high-grade, noble, supreme, pygmy, undersized, unworthy, miserable, picayunish, prohibited, A1, indecorous, miniature, incorrect, knavish, pint-size, gauche, criminal, stingy, unsatisfactory, exquisite, optimum, picayune, unknown, informal, short, unsurpassed, inconsiderable, rascally, banner, wretched, blameworthy, superior, maximized, neat, dissatisfying, wicked, objectionable, barred, defective, dishonest, interdicted, pocket, preeminent, roguish, trifling, divine, perverse, insufficient, venal, wonderful, mean, pocket-size, bang-up, insufferable, superb, dishonorable, tacky, immoral, tip-top, blackguardly, great, special, measly, undistinguished, nefarious, puny, slight, grungy, improper, trivial, first-rate, top, unethical, unrespectable, nominal, reprobate, shabby, sinful, low, incomplete, meager, fancy, disgraceful, degenerate, pitiful, banned, crackerjack, supernal, fabulous, disallowed, scoundrelly, bad, shady, loose, negligible, marvelous, swell, degraded, stellar, nifty, disagreeable, dissipated, splendid, iniquitous, bitty, inappropriate, unprincipled, lamentable, indelicate, wanting, scanty, prime.

Examples of usage:

1) With no soap, no towels and very little water, we had some difficulty in trying to keep respectable appearances. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) " Bill," she said, with that look on her face, " we're running a respectable place out here in space. - "The Love of Frank Nineteen", David Carpenter Knight.

3) We'll just tell him this is a respectable spotel and it can't go on any longer. - "The Love of Frank Nineteen", David Carpenter Knight.

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