Enter your search term here and click

Nowadays spell check is an important part of our writing. How-do-you-spell.net is the place where you can find the correct spelling of body and find out the common misspellings with percentage rankings. Here you can even get a list of synonyms for body. Checking antonyms for body may also be very helpful for you.

Spell check of body

Correct spelling: body

Synonyms:
crowd, bald, crew, arsenal, omnium-gatherum, egg, panel, stiff, assembly, string, college, arm, collection, guy, block, symposium, detail, addendum, fullness, physique, duck, bony, individual, galère, team, gang, parcel, matter, BVDs, thing, wight, close-cropped, introduction, bundle, battalion, bed, bale, aftertaste, bank, cornerstone, personate, theory, cabal, staff, evidence, flock, hull, heft, brigade, shape, thesis, be, tribunal, society, party, passel, body count, host, man, density, collect, frame, discourse, torso, mummy, back, cell, texture, coterie, bull bar, chamber, materialize, dust, clay, force, bristly, system, human being, book, junta, budget, face, meeting, group, squad, division, corpse, organic structure, clump, cluster, army, salad, carrion, article, head, antler, object, figure, covey, association, addition, groundwork, quorum, balcony, agglomeration, board, nest, bird, flank, scaffold, proboscis, human, heart, abdomen, richness, company, remains, cadaver, something, bay, federation, fleet, cabinet, coiffed, clinic, scout, savor, mass, sect, pack, variety, consistency, form, binding, police, brassiere, flash mob, bunch, parliament, battery, belly, treatise, committee, assemblage, bonnet, congress, convention, briefs, medley, consistence, automobile trunk, school, acknowledgments, slob, phalanx, council, bra, dead body, anatomical, retinue, colony, gist, band, mob, artwork, corpus, ring, belly button, fraternity, bustier, substructure, drove, body suit, lot, baby, class, unit, generality, camisole, bulk, clutch, girth, skeleton, mix, assortment, aggregate, balding, survive, detachment, preface, forum, basis, bole, chest, capsule, manifest, caucus, soul, alcove, blowhole, gathering, fellowship, build, quantity, beading, embody, boxers, anatomy, bumper, legislature, bad hair day, externalize, armor, core, mortal, bushy, essence, conclave, conference, whole, court, bod, sort, substantiate, posse, guts, organization, inquisition, armour, litter, cookie, side, exposition, chief, specimen, wing, aggregation, get-together, carapace, constellation, taste, catacombs, community, bloomers, stuff, network, platoon, carcass, boodle, tree trunk, league, bodywork, quantum, knot, clique, make, coven, brunt, big, convocation, soundbox, bouffant, brickwork, stew, axle, ashes, bedhead, customer, partnership, union, consortium, formation, troupe, blurb, luggage compartment, huddle, chassis, faction, fold, front, argument, grouping, herd, substance, exteriorize, flavor, endure, amount, personify, incarnate, demonstration, clan, personage, muster, commission, crop, bevy, cadre, trunk, corps, fish, support group, physical structure, bloc, coalition, summit, set, club, substitute, array, outfit, objectify, staple, consort, foundation, congregation, character, regiment, person, hive, complement, main, creature, decedent, boot, being, material, life, afterword, dissertation, appendix, ceiling, troop, circle, batch, bite, weight, personalize, thickness, box, tribe.

Antonyms:
brute, accessory, individual, feature, critter, mind, soul, piece, component, individualist, animal, beastie, extension, constituent, facet, side, ingredient, aspect, angle, appendage, intellect, quality, spirit, adjunct, division, section, beast, part, loner, segment, single, element, intelligence, offshoot.

Examples of usage:

1) What is the human body, in the view of the Christian? - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) It was her heart, her mind, which was sick and tired, not her body. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

3) You've got a good body and a good head, young man,- lie by a little and I'll give ye some broth. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

Alphabet: