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Spell check of happening

Correct spelling: happening

Synonyms:
circumstance, astir, disaster, brisk, swell, episode, flourishing, hazard, modish, sharp, occurrent, vibrant, situation, calamity, voguish, juncture, passing, hip, rousing, developing, thing, arising, occurring, contingency, snappy, fresh, stirring, milestone, fortuity, crowd-pleasing, basis, kinetic, hopping, event, hot, instant, abuzz, swish, happen, large, popularized, au courant, development, in, casualty, faddy, vogue, hap, bustling, buzzing, smart, aboil, on, red-hot, status, reality, possibility, chic, adventure, mishap, cool, ensuing, exclusive, big, landmark, natural event, moment, fashionable, humming, faddish, accident, supercool, du jour, affair, condition, following, conjuncture, misadventure, occasion, animated, pop, favorite, thriving, busy, news, incident, abubble, misfortune, lively, trendy, incidence, occurrence, chance.

Antonyms:
frowsy, decree, despised, purpose, inactive, lifeless, fate, mussy, unexceptional, disheveled, nameless, styleless, anonymous, graceless, appointment, tacky, slovenly, unattractive, preparation, unhandsome, sleepy, obscure, certainty, sleazy, unkempt, messy, sloppy, rejected, calculation, shabby, untidy, unpopular, outmoded, washed-up, tasteless, cheesy, unimportant, ordainment, unstylish, foreordination, intention, plan, insignificant, detested, necessity, unfashionable, dowdy, inelegant, ordinance, dead, provision, uncool, indistinguished, asleep, inconspicuous, unknown, law, disliked, wrinkled, out, rumpled, hated, trashy, unbecoming.

Examples of usage:

1) What was happening passed entirely beyond their understanding. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) Such things are happening every day, somewhere- He realized suddenly that this was no way to comfort her, and stopped. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

3) I am going to leave for London, I am sick of all that is happening to me. - "Life and Writings of Maurice Maeterlinck", Jethro Bithell.

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