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Spell check of circumstance

Correct spelling: circumstance

Synonyms:
particular, incidence, factor, real, location, article, experimental condition, ambience, contingency, property, configuration, concomitant, casualty, aspect, fortuity, milestone, intervention, stage setting, disposition, accompaniment, mount, term, precondition, fortune, development, hap, chance, destiny, kismet, thoughtfulness, layout, incident, phase, formation, conditions, episode, proviso, instant, state, setting, time, affair, reality, basis, place setting, environment, element, climate, doom, background, state of affairs, happening, conjuncture, standing, news, cause, mise en scene, place, arrangement, feature, style, juncture, occasion, detail, stipulation, quality, status, placement, occurrence, moment, accident, consideration, scope, modality, linguistic context, case, context, retainer, point, station, shape, site, spot, fact, event, happenstance, be, context of use, hazard, situation, lot, coincidence, landmark, matter, position, condition, happen, luck, concern, mode, item, considerateness, portion, post, thing, adjunct, scene, exigency, cardinal point.

Antonyms:
outline, purpose, scheme, plan, intent, design, intention.

Examples of usage:

1) State what you remember of the circumstance. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) Perhaps Allan Dorris is not the only man- let us imagine so, in charity- who has lived in other towns, and become thoughtful when the circumstance was mentioned. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

3) In my loneliness hereafter that circumstance will be a satisfaction, and it will be a pleasure to believe that the sunshine was brighter because of my brief stay in it. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

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