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Spell check of automatic

Correct spelling: automatic

Synonyms:
involuntary, robotic, perfunctory, knee-jerk, mechanical, estate, double-barreled, habitual, self-operating, accordingly, self-moving, electric, voluntary, loaded, self-activating, clean, self-loading, thus, machine-controlled, 0.45, reflex, free, automatonlike, unintended, hence, manual, machine-driven, consequently, computerized, demo, robotlike, therefore, deliberate, concern, auxiliary, planned, automated, self-regulating, reflexive, programmed, mechanic, analog, machinelike, automatic rifle, unbidden, unforced, broken, cordless, impulsive, dragster, ensuing, instinctive, blunderbuss, derringer, knock-on, coincidental, automatically, self-acting, random, from, autoloading, semiautomatic, unpremeditated, compact, cruiser, air gun, unthinking, built, cannon, clockwork, premeditated, coupe, intuitive, rapid-fire, self-locking, BB gun, convertible, clever, automatic pistol, unintentional, accidental, spontaneous, unconscious, motorized, electronic, instinctual, carbine, machine rifle, self-winding, air rifle, bazooka, classic car, cabriolet, impromptu, arbitrary, willing.

Antonyms:
deliberate, voluntary, prepared, advised, forethoughtful, projected, studied, intentional, cultivated, non-automatic, foresighted, conscious, nonmechanical, calculated, manual, aforethought, thoughtful, careful, hand-operated, refined, meticulous, intended, volitional, designed, rehearsed, measured, reasoned, willful, predetermined, willed, considered.

Examples of usage:

1) Helen kept up an automatic Yes, mother. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

2) Day by day, and all day, he was confronted by her automatic obedience, by her dumb despair. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.

3) He finds imagination but another name for the automatic action of the mind or any of its faculties. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.

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