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Spell check of found

Correct spelling: found

Synonyms:
name, civilization, cityscape, city, comprise, unmasked, effect, imbed, innovate, put, elicited, lay down, rear, bring, dug up, engraft, anchor, decided, rest, citified, base, establish, identified, constitute, civic, put up, entrap, located, introduce, detected, form, adjudicated, free-base, assessed, set up, put together, represent, inaugurate, pitch, shew, pioneer, launch, organize, lay out, established, build, move into, underpin, tack, arrange, realized, show, assemble, set in motion, prime, piece, over, judged, procreate, set, recognized, father, built-up, citywide, run aground, initiate, tack together, considered, exposed, effectuate, order, embed, sentenced, unearthed, raise, disclosed, educed, implant, prepare, placed, be, give, city planning, gear up, positioned, ensnare, strand, make up, ground, plant, disinterred, institute, pinpointed, posted, frame, charter, stationed, appoint, predicate, arbitrated, create, make, solved, unraveled, revealed, sire, situated, go into, rig, undercoat, start up, demonstrate, nominate, open, incorporate, start, begin, put in, discovered, mediated, erect, appraised, spotted, common, ruled, determined, fix, instal, install, refereed, root, plunge, ready, resolved, pronounced, originate, fathomed, prove, engender, conventional, recovered.

Antonyms:
nullify, finish, gone, phase out, missing, wind up, stop, misplaced, shut, straying, annihilate, abolish, stray, wrap up, close, squandered, terminate, lost, wasted, mislaid, end, round, halt, annul, get rid of.

Examples of usage:

1) So have I found it. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) They have found him? - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) Oh, have I found you? - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

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