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Spell check of overwhelm

Correct spelling: overwhelm

Synonyms:
oppress, astonish, get over, cover, defeat, transgress, amaze, bury, master, submerge, smash, overshoot, overrun, puzzle, bewilder, overflow, cloak, mask, steamroller, snow under, confuse, sink, swim, overcome, swamp, overthrow, floor, flood out, overtake, stun, crush, smear, flood, full, disguise, conceal, transcend, win, outrun, massacre, drub, affect, surpass, deluge, outpace, overstep, veil, grind, sweep over, overmaster, submerse, surprise, entomb, waste, gulf, catch up with, thrash, catch, secrete, ruin, outdistance, devastate, engulf, astound, confound, surmount, whelm, overpower, break, pass, suppress, shellac, confute, trounce, dissemble, conquer, screen, flush, subdue, dazzle, daze, prostrate, wallop, impress, drown, cream, inundate, inter, have the best, get the better of, destroy, overhaul, help, vanquish, hide, get the best, clobber, annihilate.

Antonyms:
discover, make known, lay bare, lay open, betray, exhume, promulgate, expose, reveal, drain, disinter, advertise, manifest, unveil, admit, dehydrate, divulge, parch, confess, unmask, raise, show, disclose, uncover, dry, tell, publish, exhibit, avow.

Examples of usage:

1) What are they compared with the immense woe of this woman, every right of whose life has been trampled under foot, day after day, for twenty years, and whom they have first tried to cover with contempt, that they might then the more securely overwhelm her with punishment?... - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

2) Lady Bell was relieved; her last maid used to overwhelm her with thanks. - "Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir", Charles Garvice.

3) I am, mademoiselle; you see that I am- for I did not overwhelm the false creature with reproaches, here, before her husband's face, before her new relations! - "Monsieur Cherami", Charles Paul de Kock.

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