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Spell check of time

Correct spelling: time

incidental, clock, lastingness, circumstance, continuance, length, decade, age, position, allegro, smash, bass clef, era, clipping, cartridge holder, shoot, eon, bring forward, accident, lifetime, magazine, present, distance, cross, metre, living, state of affairs, infinity, forward, liberty, come, cycle, day, bar, incident, tempo, exploit, beat, meter, play, standing, juncture, clock time, aeon, move, clock in, judgment of conviction, around, go, life, measure, big, about, a bit, m, much, half-hour, oldness, freedom, emprise, duration, stretch, epoch, rhythm, circumstances, modern, after, today, happening, punch out, account, occasion, coincidentally, watch, clip, event, conviction, postpone, fluke, term, drop back, sentence, chapter, chance, succession, block, clock off, false start, long, year, serendipity, longevity, frequency, set, hitch, sec, rate, a.m., minute, date, stochastic, life span, irregularity, credit, con amore, come in, bar line, stint, dribble, cartridge clip, accidentally, strike at, trust, instant, short-term, run, millennium, coincidence, tide, context, span, unlucky, aware, fast, conditions, basis, arr., delay, trick, ease, condemnation, cadence, knock, season, loan, future, fix, sequence, kick, shift, climate, schedule, environment, baton, bit, reschedule, situation, tour, terms, go back, background, century, experience, week, gest, microsecond, point, andante, irregular, course, occurrence, split second, accent, informed, prison term, punch in, at, ahead, reset, nowadays, past, con brio, put off, rearrange, bout, snip, month, while, adagio, swing, moment, dead heat, space, turn, interim, bounce, put forward, extent, semester, dash, fourth dimension, forever, put back, spell, second, interval, lapse, countdown, opportunity, clef, generation, eternity, participation, hook, inning, hour, pass, millisecond.

bore, bust, downer, bummer, drag.

Examples of usage:

1) It was an anxious time. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

2) But he was in no hurry- there would always be time to tell Jane that she would not see her lover for some hours. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

3) Had you a good time? - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.