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Spell check of afford

Correct spelling: afford

Synonyms:
serve, brook, cave in, hand, eke out, soften, pass on, manage, undergo, allow, chip in, yield, avoidable, impart, collapse, leave, have, provide, gift, stand, apply, harmless, sacrifice, present, turn over, break, abide, commit, founder, give way, render, dedicate, open, put up with, make, furnish, cater to, relent, supply, equip, extend, open up, suffer, fall in, secure, reach, feed, go, kick in, satisfy, pay, bear, endure, get by, pass, knuckle under, establish, spread, resource, tolerate, permit, arrange, unfold, offer, buckle under, subsist, devote, controllable, contribute, spread out, come up with, preventable, concede, generate, bear with, give, succumb, sound, consecrate, cede, produce, sustain, innocuous, throw, grant, swing, give in, scrape by, protective, support, move over, return, hold, cover, safe, stretch, ease up.

Antonyms:
droop, give out, faint, despair, falter, break, fall, break down, succumb, yield, sink, give up, fail, surrender.

Examples of usage:

1) " Oh, you," Collingwood threw at him, " you can afford to smile. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) Perhaps this was not very astonishing, but I was a little hurt that he did not afford me the opportunity. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) I can afford it, and the thing is more or less my duty. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

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