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Spell check of attempt

Correct spelling: attempt

start, coup de main, descent, fling, proceed, submission, flack, sweat, try on, get, cite, perform, onrush, performance, maneuver, tone-beginning, elbow grease, exploit, stab, proceeding, adjudicate, take on, raid, aggression, crusade, plan of attack, undertake, onslaught, assault, whirl, production, offer, drive, take, hear, issue, start out, look for, engage, approach, contract, tender, project, flak, feat, cause, act, impart, campaign, prove, endowment, gift, go about, tackle, bid, bestowal, submit, concession, commit, struggle, commence, essay, assay, donation, commitment, shot, set out, invitation, engagement, action, attack, take in charge, stress, seek, blast, travail, overture, movement, offense, test, fire, exertion, adventure, bash, examine, assailment, investiture, gambit, blitz, undertaking, strive, volunteer, endeavour, present, endow, quotation, offering, taste, begin, trial, endeavor, effort, pass, judge, advance, search, rush, quote, onset, extend, job, deed, charge, strike, set about, purpose, aim, sample, invite, try, guarantee, blitzkrieg, go, citation, grant, give, strain, bestow, render, get down, whack, deal, enterprise, venture, try out, offensive.

give up, dismiss, defensive, let go, drop, security, defense, opposition, guard, throw away, shelter, protection, pass by, throw over, abandon, shield, throw up, resistance, overlook, omit, neglect.

Examples of usage:

1) In what way should they attempt it? - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) For a few minutes, Charlotte made no attempt to move. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

3) But Val did not attempt an answer. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.