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Spell check of dispel

Correct spelling: dispel

Synonyms:
dust, fool away, reverse, beetle off, break apart, clear out, reject, circularise, drop, pick, abscond, absolve, part, scatter, release, collect, spread out, disband, return, break, resolve, keep, exempt, rout out, disrupt, rid, liberate, fragmentise, dissipate, banish, disclaim, discharge, shoot, relegate, force out, hold back, separate, make off, disassemble, calve, fritter, drive out, break-up, circulate, interrupt, retrovert, run out, dismiss, xerox, recess, decompose, desert, waste, excuse, frivol away, pass around, distribute, license, clear away, pardon, replace, take apart, cancel, crack up, drive away, surrender, expectorate, break down, dissolve, backtrack, fritter away, broadcast, go off, forsake, free, capitulate, cut off, absquatulate, dispose, let go, disperse, photocopy, vacate, contain, fragment, stay, relinquish, split, squander, propagate, remove, dot, bolt out, throw away, eliminate, except, permit, invert, crock up, disseminate, stop, elope, part with, regress, privilege, check, jettison, forgo, double back, diffuse, bolt, drive off, circularize, split up, eradicate, fool, dismantle, waive, abdicate, fragmentize, adjourn, renounce, disown, dispose of, dump, shut out, revert, spread, sever, sprinkle, collapse, vent, reprieve, arrest, abandon, discard, leave, cast out, shed, turn back, crash, decamp, relieve, do away with, run off, chase away, rouse.

Antonyms:
cluster, unite, unify, conglomerate, assemble, concentrate, collect, agglutinate, gather, congregate.

Examples of usage:

1) And with sorrow in his heart he turned to Nell to dispel her delusion, when unexpectedly an incident occurred which drew the attention of all in another direction. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) Charlotte had honestly but vainly tried to dispel from his mind his strong conviction that Judge Barton was a rival who had hardly been allowed to approach the tentative stages of worship. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

3) Is it not, therefore, our duty as a Nation to dispel the cloud of contention resting over the glory of Polar attainment? - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

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