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Spell check of personal

Correct spelling: personal

Synonyms:
of her own, fleshly, brittle, mysterious, corporate, monstrous, individualized, deep, corporal, community property, hostile, pleasant, uncertain, of our own, secret, of their own, collective, esoteric, common, banner ad, desperate, arm's-length, amiable, advertisement, subjective, own, particular, individual, unique, pitiless, intimate, owner, of your own, possessor, good-natured, commemorative, evil, in the flesh, retired, corporeal, cosy, ad, burning, distributed, inside, indivisible, warm-hearted, attempted, advertorial, bodily, hateful, physical, one-woman, unkind, uncharitable, genuine, singular, near, individualised, bumper sticker, exclusive, peculiar, one-man, secluded, friendly, strange, personalized, private, connected, judgmental, classified ad, among, bitter, opinion, unknown, deep-seated, person-to-person, awful, holder, close, separate, spontaneous, body, of his own, billboard, brotherly, confidential, ad hominem, nice, acutely, advert, proprietorial, anonymous, face-to-face, in-person, lamely, personalised, lame, warm, broken, casual, cruel, partisan, partial, special, undivided, depth, simple, bearer, limp, basic, respective, chummy, ain, privy, uneven, specific, affective, hard, hidden, circular, of my own, patented, amateur, discretionary, clannish, proprietor, blind, inhuman, of one's own, individualistic, maiden, surprise, idiomatic, arbitrary, welcoming, banner, ownership, face-saving, somatic, several, acquainted, obscure.

Antonyms:
impersonal, universal, popular, prevailing, nonsubjective, regular, nonpersonal, broad, shared, general, normal, common, public, widespread, objective, typical, mental, generic, prevalent.

Examples of usage:

1) Her voice was without any emotion whatever, as if the subject held no personal interest for her. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) The latter see no other use in the State but to protect personal freedom and property. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

3) The day after sending out the personal message to Mr. Smith the captain of the yacht picked up a message which, although not addressed to him, was the first he had been able to pick up, and was of some interest on that account if on no other. - "The Hilltop Boys on Lost Island", Cyril Burleigh.

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