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Spell check of grave

Correct spelling: grave

Synonyms:
sobersided, write in code, unsmiling, darkly, prominent, absent, ossuary, overweight, umlaut, headstone, crucial, tomb, wicked, barrow, heavyweight, grave accent, rub, carve, sculpture, fret, heartbreaking, curious, austere, Mausoleum, operose, heavy, notable, big-wig, MARKS, weighty, sullen, fatality, low, scrape up, accent, earnest, earthshaking, unhealthy, intemperate, heartrending, good, parlous, autograph, pivotal, acute, terrible, dire, unsafe, wakeless, cypher, cogent, lumbering, scrape, circumflex, extreme, impenetrable, solemn, of import, dangerous, dieresis, awful, no-nonsense, rotund, brooding, fix, clayey, cancel, momentous, humorless, corpulent, considerable, gravestone, vault, venturesome, sedate, cloggy, bleak, punishing, scratch up, dignified, large, gruelling, expectant, perilous, demise, code, disturbing, cinerarium, grim, dying, alarming, spartan, laboured, laborious, severe, consequential, somber, flagitious, black, sepulcher, come up, burial ground, jeopardizing, arduous, intense, chafe, bass, churchyard, cemetery, uncomic, appealing, place, unplayful, graveside, staid, enroll, bug-eyed, throaty, menacing, world-shaking, telling, obese, sober, bereavement, crypt, catacomb, anxious, eminent, fleshy, stark, dolmen, excise, sonorous, death throes, hard, death rate, tilde, atrocious, risky, ponderous, important, impress, imprint, sombre, po-faced, grievous, stressful, tense, with child, expunge, knockout, scratch, hazardous, cipher, encrypt, morbidity, great, weighed down, big, call off, leaden, mortality, sculpt, lowering, death toll, labored, desperate, rigorous, strike, enceinte, death, monstrous, dark, fray, beatific, enrol, life-threatening, incise, high-powered, enter, encipher, salient, stern, worrying, stamp, backbreaking, influential, grueling, sound, toilsome, engrave, etch, diacritic, distressing, graveyard, dense, distinguished, scrub, gravid, cedilla, critical, drab, recruit, keep, threatening, sepulture, noteworthy, sincere, big-name, profound, demure, itch, ominous, inscribe, serious.

Antonyms:
beneficial, loony, comic, puerile, harmless, squeaky, foolish, minor, crazy, kooky, strident, treble, earsplitting, preposterous, acute, flighty, kittenish, dotty, squealing, light, light-headed, jocular, peeping, screaming, nonsensical, riotous, humorous, absurd, mad, noncrucial, asinine, trivial, insane, sappy, fatuous, Mickey Mouse, harebrained, lite, sidesplitting, brainless, cockeyed, daffy, jesting, hilarious, weak-minded, playful, funny, sharp, facetious, unthreatening, lunatic, senseless, advantageous, witless, innocent, half-witted, ridiculous, zany, joking, little, unwise, unserious, balmy, cuckoo, uproarious, tinny, safe, farcical, innocuous, high-pitched, piercing, slight, high, small, silly, daft, featherbrained, noncritical, squeaking, scatterbrained, flippant, ludicrous, unimportant, insignificant, shrill, good, wacky, antic, droll, nutty, laughable, piping, risible, nonhazardous, lighthearted, penetrating, hysterical, screwball, thin, flip, jerky, comical, goofy, frivolous.

Examples of usage:

1) I have left my name in his grave. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) He himself would not even be able to say where her grave was. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

3) The old man's face grew very grave. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

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