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Spell check of pace

Correct spelling: pace

Synonyms:
parade, goose step, dismount, go along, pacing, fast, ill-use, stone's throw, thousand, whole tone, momentum, get on, allegory, stair, stray, trek, gradation, movement, groom, speed, curtilage, rate, go off, footstep, false start, anthropomorphic, cm., do, forge, dead heat, length, step, bridle, ahead, foot, footmark, gait, dance step, footprint, bound, railway yard, limp, rush, hurry, amble, come in, come, baton, cubic yard, come along, abuse, vitality, advance, get along, running, maltreat, proceed, dialog, novelty, pound, spark, device, file, break in, charge per unit, stagger, mistreat, chiliad, dash, swiftness, dialogue, canter, yard, measure, fascination, deus ex machina, saunter, thou, one thousand, color, ft., centimetre, equestrian, cubit, gallop, walk, stroll, characterization, bite, fare, grand, wander, bore, grounds, rapidity, alacrity, march, centimeter, clock, impetus, whole step, runner, quickness, footfall, run, strut, jog, celerity, ill-treat, drop back, bathos, tone, tread, tempo, hike, animation, velocity, life, progress, inch, shuffle, bareback, buzz, stride, establish, in., dramatic irony, clip, mystery.

Antonyms:
halt, hold back, stay, hamper, arrest, stall, interrupt, nip, pause, check, cramp, remain, let up, regress, amble, ramble, inhibit, detain, block, suppress, repress, impede, balk, stem, slow, wander, hinder, stop, wait, delay, cease, stunt, obstruct, meander, stand, stroll.

Examples of usage:

1) Aye, but I'm at pace now, Anna, amn't I? - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

2) The young man set the pace more rapidly, and for a time they walked on in silence. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) " We're going at an awful pace," he said. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

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