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Spell check of effort

Correct spelling: effort

Synonyms:
achievement, fret, try, acquirement, pain, enterprise, exploit, lawsuit, exercise, motility, drill, parkway, essay, commitment, front, cause, parturiency, struggle, stress, accomplishment, chore, tension, stew, feat, move, hunting expedition, apparent motion, drift, object, action, thrust, movement, battle, lather, conduct, gambit, dedication, trend, endeavour, proceeding, driveway, bid, sudor, labor, approach, causal agency, ride, case, trial run, driving force, challenge, resolution, onerousness, ease, trouble, contract, tug, training, care, assay, job, energy, safari, carelessness, stuff, practice, task, confinement, suit, engagement, employment, application, bowel movement, heavy, adventure, chase, whirl, spurt, occupation, political campaign, industry, article, heavy lifting, causal agent, grounds, thing, strain, offer, aim, force, exertion, attack, strenuousness, maneuver, endeavor, swither, entity, pains, attempt, activity, sweat, production, push, go, venture, do, organism, reason, operation, apparent movement, run, private road, stand, project, military campaign, take, attainment, campaign, toil, deed, undertaking, causa, performance, motion, behavior, expenditure, driving, bm, stretch, stab, piece, item, perspiration, purpose, childbed, striving, trial, work, acquisition, shot, lying-in, travail, elbow grease, pull, whole, discipline, crusade, social movement, labour, while, pursuit, drive.

Antonyms:
facility, indolence, idleness, ease, inactivity, adroitness, inaction, dormancy, laziness, smoothness, languor, inertia, fluency, quiescence.

Examples of usage:

1) If you don't put it the other way round quickly, my brain will break with the effort. - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.

2) The effort of speech seemed to be too great. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

3) She sat still, and made no effort to draw it away from him. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

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