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Spell check of improvement

Correct spelling: improvement

Synonyms:
enhancement, expediency, reclamation, cash advance, returns, upgrade, revision, receipts, feeler, restoration, boon, promotion, overture, self-improvement, benefit, regeneration, blessing, cultivation, furtherance, deterioration, progression, amelioration, embellishment, rejuvenation, amendment, success, gain, advance, progress, supplement, renovation, civilization, procession, makeover, reform, change, betterment, favor, refinement, healing, emolument, recovery, garnishment, elaboration, onward motion, usefulness, reformation, repair, approach, better, melioration, avail, growth, preferment, boost, reconstitution, recuperation, advantage, reinstatement, alteration, advancement, profit, decay, addition, luxury, development, value, refurbishment, increase, reorganization, rise, extra, return, step change, bonus, ennoblement, attachment, remodeling, correction, utility, mending, forward motion, service, atavism, prosperity, breakthrough, leap, enrichment, good, elevation, emendation, upswing, turnaround, rehabilitation, recondition, proceeds.

Antonyms:
descent, harm, drawback, destruction, reduction, disadvantage, declension, diminishment, hurt, damage, decay, decline, impairment, waste, degeneration, shortcoming, ruin, impediment, disablement, stumbling block, decrease, detriment, injury, declination, ebbing, flagging, worsening, languishment, lapse, collapse, downgrade, failing, lessening, crash, sinking, setback, glitch, weakening, deterioration, loss, slowing, breakdown, hindrance, decadence.

Examples of usage:

1) The spirit of material improvement was not much abroad among them. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

2) From the nature of the figures also the improvement must also have been among the masses, and not among a select class whose figures threw up the average. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

3) They convince me still more that even a complete and free man of genius can work earnestly at his own improvement. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

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