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Spell check of enter

Correct spelling: enter

Synonyms:
memorialise, take up, list, land, infiltrate, put in, destroy, lay, open, pull in, co-operate, stick in, go in, start, represent, enroll, pile in, innovate, raise, figure, appear, come to, launch, usher in, ship, interject, fill out, introduce, implant, share, subscribe, input, go far, incline, drop, disgrace, butt in, immortalize, submit, enshrine, get down, reckon, slip in, gain, get into, sign up, break in, defer, show, work out, commence, blow in, partake, memorialize, calculate, see, ride, preface, notify, come, reach, assent, debark, tape, place down, move into, declare, fancy, set to, come in, indicate, picture, complete, rush in, enrol, engage in, inscribe, catalog, immortalise, get, enclose, invade, come out, visualize, sneak in, cypher, announce, penetrate, recruit, fulfill, leave, receive, insert, depart, undertake, engrave, forecast, visualise, do, address, enter into, arrive, write in code, set about, join in, note, mold, post, throw in, step in, push, drop off, take down, contest, set out, enlist, hold sway, transcribe, give in, read, move in, inject, race, bring out, wear, muster in, date, face, duel, sit in on, accede, bring forward, register, run, autograph, participate, bow, levy, code, index, degrade, make it, join, inaugurate, log, present, go into, discharge, pronounce, unload, compute, inform, play, intrude, inclose, acquiesce, tangle with, draw in, assume, condition, meet, take part, issue, get off, throw back on, take on, backdate, proclaim, envision, kick off, get in, image, touch, demean, pierce, tuck, access, perforate, precede, puncture, slate, scratch, don, render, get in on, set down, estimate, take, burst in, lead off, commemorate, reenter, institute, begin, caption, repose, venture, influence, bring in, project, count on, break, overtake, involve, motivate, grave, encrypt, premise, predispose, attain, bring down, accomplish, acquaint, interpose, encipher, put down, sign on, initiate, horn in, put on, schedule, cipher, record, remember, get to, approach, infix, work in, fill in, annotate, place, write down, embark.

Antonyms:
deport, throw in, disapprove, fall by the wayside, dismiss, demit, get out, exit, ban, embark, banish, start, decline, withdraw, chuck up the sponge, drop by the wayside, quit, bar, give up, refuse, blacklist, go away, leave, expel, disallow, go, blackball, throw out, drop out, weigh anchor, depart, set out, set sail, go out, oust, delete, throw in the towel, reject, ostracize, exile.

Examples of usage:

1) It's your own fault if you would drive me to enter here by force. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) You need not enter further upon the question. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) At what point did you enter the conversation, Martin? - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

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