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Spell check of drained

Correct spelling: drained

Synonyms:
cropped, dried, bleary, barred, tired out, prostrate, run off, idle, decreased, done in, shaved, shrunk, washed-out, scraped, depleted, checked, junked, weeded, parched, discarded, eroded, beaten, deadened, trimmed, emitted, vented, abridged, tuckered, exhausted, removed, reduced, culled, numb, bushed, denied, dissipated, knackered, pooped, blackballed, chopped, rejected, lessened, minimized, compacted, depreciated, lowered, health, evaporated, shortened, evacuated, rundown, departed, subtracted, truncated, limp, deflated, abbreviated, burned-out, abated, bated, tired, dehydrated, fatigued, condensed, pruned, vaporized, debilitated, disapproved, excluded, enervated, concentrated, utter, worn-down, lopped, discounted, weary, clipped, compressed, curtailed, nipped, tapped out, desiccated, dead, deducted, tapped, uncharged, excised, done, beat, abandoned, withered, dwindled, discharged, worn, diminished, jaded, stagnant, empty, tapered, spent, emptied, all in, docked, wearied, aweary, sapped, issued, sheared, jilted, lower, deleted, played out, weariful, contracted, dropped, wiped out, logy, worn-out, shrunken, cut.

Antonyms:
invigorated, revitalized, rejuvenated, energetic, relaxed, unwearied, refreshed, active, tireless, undrained, vitalized, peppy, strong, fresh, weariless, rested, strengthened, charged.

Examples of usage:

1) With a long breath he raised the cup to his lips and drained it, then sank down on the grass and took up his plate, scarcely knowing what he was doing. - "Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir", Charles Garvice.

2) Stephen tells me that he has had it thoroughly drained after the new fashion, and that it is quite dry. - "Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir", Charles Garvice.

3) As the words left his lips, Grey Stuart raised the little cup to her mouth, slowly drained it, and set it down. - "One Maid's Mischief", George Manville Fenn.

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