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Spell check of deport

Correct spelling: deport

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carry on, misbehave, harbor, house, take in, admit, cut up, repatriate, misconduct, entertain, receive, accept, act up, naturalize, shelter.

Examples of usage:

1) You could deport him for the month, my dear Beamish. - "The Short Works of George Meredith", George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009.

2) They were giving her a world of staid counsel how to deport herself, what to say, and in what manner to receive the expected lover. - "Humorous Ghost Stories", Dorothy Scarborough.

3) Compare porter, import, export, deport, support, deportation. - "Stories from Tagore", Rabindranath Tagore.