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Spell check of desert

Correct spelling: desert

Synonyms:
forgo, abandon, Negev, retract, Gidi, veld, approach, waste, release, drought, dreary, forgotten, evacuate, relinquish, Mojave, depart from, devastate, rid, renegade, stark, Gobi, leave, backslide, Painted, resign, surrender, rich, dismiss, quit, Death Valley, recant, loneliness, champaign, vacate, forlorn, flatness, Arabian, bleak, dispel, bare, sand, forego, abnegate, rat, lonely, mesa, turn, plateau, Patagonian, disown, barrenness, give up, wastelands, aridity, starkness, Sonoran, renounce, desolation, bleakness, repudiate, part with, reject, sahara, desiccation, salt flats, no-man's-land, emptiness, moor, depopulate, savanna, abandonment, cease, trust, cross, Sinkiang, pampas, disclaim, abdicate, barrens, forswear, Kalahari, jettison, Persian, miserable, throw over, ravage, dispose, lay waste to, empty, prairie, wasteland, deny, heath, countryside, desolate, defect, drop, cede, abjure, scourge, discard, Libyan, waive, dryness, wilderness, Dahna, uninhabited, keep, wild, dismal, abandoned, vent, betray, withdraw, steppe, cancel, tundra, forsaken, capitulate, tergiversate, godforsaken, plain, apostatize, deserted, forsake, cast off, dust bowl, badlands, relegate, discontinue, barren, inhospitable, shed, disavow, let go.

Antonyms:
retain, protect, favor, advocate, uphold, undertake, defend, vindicate, keep, haunt, prosecute, occupy, seek, support, claim, pursue, adopt, assert, maintain, court, cherish, hold.

Examples of usage:

1) It means that the desert is full of soldiers. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) Remember, however, that later we shall start upon a further journey and we might chance upon a desert. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

3) And not desert me because I 'm what I am? - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

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