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Spell check of DO

Correct spelling: DO

Synonyms:
apply, hairstyle, complete, time, welter, add up, go about, need, localize, fall, perpetrate, leave behind, Doctor of Osteopathy, fuss, office, attain, foofaraw, stick, arrange, work out, tell apart, manage, change into, blather, rig, descend, number, appear, lie with, fun, tend, shuttle, bustle, acquit, impersonate, hitchhike, incumbency, hail, make do, make love, call on, progress to, specify, diddle, implement, get-together, shindig, turn into, know, forge ahead, construct, free-for-all, conclude, alter, gear up, get it on, tour, hump, join, arrive at, company, swindle, dish up, rough out, love, attend to, binge, get, carry through, carry off, keep, stool, lay out, be, resource, enclothe, bang, disturbance, corroboree, shape, induce, finish, straighten up, get to, bilk, come up with, mulct, hurry, make believe, come down, clatter, process, roleplay, instruction, get by, total, fix, go around, dissemble, satisfy, playact, bass, commit, pretend, present, put to death, redraw, define, 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intercourse, to-do, derive, bash, answer, ready, go under, countersink, pose as, enter into, cheat, groom, uproar, buzz cut, trace, helter-skelter, swing by, blend, determine, jazz, take a crap, crop, have it away, establish, ruction, supply, bring out, clean out, beehive, serve well, pull off, williwaw, conjugation, fill in, reception, take, get on, injunction, ca-ca, cater to, clean up, decorate, crotchet, moil, go, issue forth, paint, decipher, look in, run, stage, consummate, negociate, comport, recognise, responsibility, powwow, bring off, have sex, break through, lay down, congeal, format, piddle, ado, dish, bobbery, wait on, get laid, form, follow, offer, join in, apparel, competition, get on with, interact, bluster, clear out, substitute, explore, quit, keep up, sit in on, do it, sleep together, stimulate, stir, bake, occur, move, dictate, act, provide, lop, butcher, affair, mental health, jell, squall, shade, become, gain, drill, fill out, supervise, condition, sketch, chisel, 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Antonyms:
hush, choice, option, destroy, entreaty, mar, stillness, urging, recommendation, appeal, miss, baffle, loophole, release, quietude, pick, frustrate, order, grace, calm, ease, preference, petition, come short, relief, miscarry, spoil, postponement, discharge, ruin, proposal, alternative, suggestion, rest, tranquillity, plea, stay, orderliness, fail, undo, unmake, quiet, defeat, peace, neglect, selection, exemption, waiver.

Examples of usage:

1) But what is Leo to do? - "Leo the Circus Boy", Ralph Bonehill.

2) Please don't do that, Athena. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

3) How do you do it, Misther Withero? - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

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