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Spell check of oppression

Correct spelling: oppression

Synonyms:
despondency, tyranny, liberalism, coercion, subjugation, atrocity, conquest, heartsickness, dispiritedness, domination, stress, sorrowfulness, severity, heaviness, forlornness, dolefulness, blue devils, torment, despond, mournfulness, force, doldrums, dumps, joylessness, concern, miserableness, pressure, unhappiness, desolation, disconsolateness, disquiet, tension, burdensomeness, downheartedness, gloom, harshness, inhumanity, dictatorship, blues, conquering, subjection, depression, dejection, evil, gloominess, alarm, barbarism, grief, maltreatment, anxiety, dreariness, distress, freedom, glumness, hardness, bullying, mopes, cruelty, abuse, worry, weariness, melancholy, brutalities, strain, onerousness, despondence, oppressiveness, fascism, savagery, compulsion.

Antonyms:
elation, happiness, gladness, euphoria, jubilation, gaiety, contentedness, exultation, hopefulness, cheerfulness, content, delight, humor, rapturousness, elatedness, mirth, lightheartedness, intoxication, felicity, rapture, ecstasy, exuberance, jollity, contentment, gladsomeness, gleefulness, sunniness, joviality, joy, blissfulness, gayness, glee, joyfulness, cheer, mirthfulness, merriment, gratification, satisfaction, exhilaration, joyousness, optimism, bliss, heaven, cheeriness.

Examples of usage:

1) There seems almost something unmodern in the whole circumstances of this case, both in the oppression the victim endured, and in the manner of her rescue. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

2) But always it was denied them, and Peter woke with a strange oppression of crushing disappointment. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.

3) In any case that was quite enough to account for the oppression that he was feeling- feeling with increasing force as the minutes passed. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.

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