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Spell check of liability

Correct spelling: liability

Synonyms:
proneness, strike, encumbrance, likeliness, incommodity, probability, owing, accident, possibility, chance, aptness, debt, score, responsibility, loan, burden, minus, tendency, likelihood, freedom, susceptibleness, financial obligation, deficit, disbenefit, handicap, downside, indebtedness, openness, due, contingency, exposed, apt, balance, drawback, arrears, duty, arrearage, vulnerableness, negative, amenability, accountability, lease, misfortune, potentiality, exemption, protection, pay, involvement, fault, account, mortgage, pledge, delinquency, remainder, obligation, default, blame, vulnerability, amenableness, debit, compulsion, contract, voucher, susceptibility, onus, business, plausibility, exposure, note.

Antonyms:
dubiousness, doubtfulness, protection, head start, command, ascendancy, repayment, prerogative, superiority, improbability, unlikeliness, upper hand, sheltering, break, lead, transcendence, vantage, quittance, drop, edge, margin, privilege, start, incredibility, opportunity, advantage, unlikelihood, asset, implausibility, mastery, help, jump, safeguarding, quietus, supremacy, predominance, incredibleness, shielding, aid, control, impracticability, assistance, plus, better, impracticality.

Examples of usage:

1) We admit the liability. - "Epistles-from-Pap-Letters-from-the-man-known-as-The-Will-Rogers-of-Indiana", Durham, Andrew Everett.

2) One of the great difficulties in the matter was the liability, when a tube was in place, for food and drink to find their way, during the process of swallowing, into contact with sensitive tissues of the larynx. - "Makers of Modern Medicine", James J. Walsh.

3) This was true of the Liberal administration in 1893- 94, when the peers rejected the Home Rule Bill, and made amendments that struck at the root of the Parish Councils and Employers' Liability Bills, changing the latter in a manner so vital that the government finally withdrew the measure altogether. - "The Government of England (Vol. I)", A. Lawrence Lowell.

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