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Spell check of prune

Correct spelling: prune

dilute, condense, shear, lemon, olive, geld, downgrade, switch off, get dressed, lessen, guava, do, reduce, Bosnian, cut short, snip, browse, habilitate, foreshorten, tamarind, disregard, poll, shave, myrobalan, shorten, pasture, papaya, flash back, strawberry, dwindle, pomegranate, deplete, rationalise, minimize, sheer, abbreviate, nip off, bob, sever, slew, raisin, chop, raiment, curb, trend, shrink, berry, range, cut off, jog, citron, quince, lower, edit out, trim down, trim, nectarine, depreciate, dock, curtail, casaba melon, crop, trot, tangerine, plum, compact, taper, clothe, garnish, decorate, burn, deduct, erode, snub, garb, dress out, lop, bring down, mango, cull, write out, apricot, concentrate, turn out, thin out, justify, veer, apologize, grapefruit, compress, dress, avocado, pare, discount, banana, fig, cherry, skip, orange, issue, coiffe, cut down, apple, blueberry, arrange, cultivate, thin, edit, dress up, coiffure, curve, fit out, currant, fruit, coif, abridge, clip, raspberry, watermelon, apparel, diminish, date, slue, lime, restrict, peach, lighten, cut, decrement, preen, increase, line up, slash, pear, elide, trim back, loganberry, tailor, set, graze, primp, decrease, plume, pineapple, subtract, nip, gooseberry, truncate, tog, weed, curry, Stanley, turn off, excuse, drain, grape, delete, ignore, melon, work, blackberry, cut back, cantaloupe, contract, groom, deflate, hack, discerp, make out, swerve, enclothe, apologise, rationalize, snip off, garment.

elongate, extend, lengthen.

Examples of usage:

1) The gardener said, 'These trees have all run to wood; you must prune them. - "Girls of the Forest", L. T. Meade.

2) I suppose he would prune the flower. - "Girls of the Forest", L. T. Meade.

3) Prune its excrescences away. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.