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Spell check of aspect

Correct spelling: aspect

Synonyms:
locution, physiognomy, situation, flavor, human face, spectacle, frontage, nerve, orientation, perspective, expression, fit, cast, medical prognosis, arrangement, condition, font, setting, standing, scenery, construction, sight, flavour, shot, bearing, countenance, panorama, diorama, feel, air, surface, smell, scene, thought, character, eyeshot, side, cyclorama, facial gesture, state, manifestation, angle, saying, prognosis, view, verbalism, chance, tone, conniption, cheek, boldness, post, brass, feeling, regard, gape, looking, look, placement, status, position, image, expectation, quality, candidate, hand, grimace, case, station, scrutiny, mien, site, tantrum, grammatical construction, location, form, ambience, opinion, horizon, layout, features, facial expression, spot, prospect, presence, respect, circumstance, display, environment, dress, formula, configuration, face, formulation, reflexion, persuasion, garb, facet, typeface, purview, outside, phase, reflection, eye, style, light, viewpoint, picture, fount, appearance, demeanor, outlook, survey, stare, vista, disposition, sentiment, modality, looking at, visage, frame of reference, property, formation, spirit, show, express, shape, figure, mode.

Antonyms:
Irish, peep, ogle, peek, glimpse, blink, oeillade, scan, flash, stime, sight, browse, glance.

Examples of usage:

1) The world had indeed a new aspect for us. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) We were all alone in a world where every pleasant aspect of nature had deserted us. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) But this city changes its aspect from day to day. - "A Lady's Captivity among Chinese Pirates in the Chinese Seas", Fanny Loviot.

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