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Spell check of exploit

Correct spelling: exploit

Synonyms:
knock, venture, number, experience, solicit, cultivate, performance, run, process, aim, lick, drive, production, emprise, time, enterprise, overwork, actuate, intercept, apply, straight, ferment, shape, influence, travail, mold, rap, motion, crusade, puzzle out, use, mould, proceed, endeavour, undertake, sweat, act upon, procedure, contract, proceeding, solve, execution, turn, impose, effort, endeavor, volunteer, elbow grease, employ, presume, pursuit, tour de force, attempt, accomplishment, make, transaction, doing, tap, work on, go, perform, wreak, do work, job, action, maneuver, utilize, form, operation, try, cause, bug, play, stunt, gest, exertion, make for, knead, achievement, engage, undertaking, abuse, scheme, activity, used, adventure, purpose, work out, consummation, forge, implement, wiretap, campaign, happening, masterstroke, escapade, movement, tip, practice, manipulate, commit, bring, trick, control, engagement, initiative, work, commitment, pink, sour, essay, beg, gambit, deed, assay, figure out, task, effect, thing, operate, function, put to work, crop, project, exercise, tapdance, act, feat, approach, affair.

Antonyms:
deliberation, inactivity, endurance, bust, immobility, rest, drag, bore, quiescence, quiet, suffering, downer, passion, cessation, suspension, inaction, inertia, bummer.

Examples of usage:

1) Then something impelled her to add, " You don't seem a very great deal the worse for your exploit." - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

2) Do you still consider, monsieur, that it's very important to tell my nephew of your fine exploit? - "Monsieur Cherami", Charles Paul de Kock.

3) Better exploit Ireland for the benefit of Belfast than exploit her for the benefit of Westminster. - "The Evolution of Sinn Fein", Robert Mitchell Henry.

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