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Spell check of precipitation

Correct spelling: precipitation

Synonyms:
rashness, precipitateness, curtain, assay, sleet, storm, heedlessness, haste, ruin, bond, stupidity, hail, dewdrop, hastiness, carelessness, rush, audacity, precipitance, precipitousness, downpour, acid rain, ruination, venturesomeness, hurriedness, ignorance, hurry, precipitate, rainfall, precipitancy, recklessness, indiscretion, the absurd, foolhardiness, rushing, impetuosity, blizzard, careful, behavior, fall, hardihood, rain, incomprehension, hustle, calcify, rudeness, absurdity, action, leftover, deluge, DREG, temerity, lees, avalanche, downfall, band, aerate, cloudburst, behave, snow, vacuity, vacancy, myopia, adsorb, sediment, drizzle, presumption, shower, the carbon cycle, dew, balanced equation.

Antonyms:
dilatoriness, lethargy, care, deliberation, sluggishness, inertia, languor, lateness, wariness, dormancy, cowardice, deliberateness, hesitation, leisureliness, quiescence, torpor, slowness, inertness, timidity, inaction, caution, procrastination, circumspection, inactivity.

Examples of usage:

1) While the fate of Kentucky hung yet in the balance of a professed neutrality, he was actively instrumental in organizing a battalion of " Home Guards," of which he was at once appointed Commandant- an organization which greatly helped to prevent the precipitation of our State into the war for secession. - "The History of the Medical Department of Transylvania University", Robert Peter.

2) This plain- speaking and precipitation pleased her, not less than his energy and authoritative manner, although she felt frightened- frightened, and at the same time flattered, that so much energy and authoritativeness should bow before her, and that at a time when all paid court to him. - "The Bridal March; One Day", Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson.

3) Wheeling off to the right and left of the road, they dashed into the thicket, and quickly cleared it of the American skirmishers; who, falling back with precipitation upon the first line, threw it into disorder before it had fired a shot. - "The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans 1814-1815", G. R. Gleig.

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