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Spell check of release

Correct spelling: release

Synonyms:
hold out, shift, exemption, certify, wipe out, turf out, press release, inconvenience, give forth, absolution, renouncement, write out, venthole, relax, deprivation, deform, biodegradable, leaving, discharge, allow, reveal, freedom, push, communication, retail store, permit, break, set off, withdraw, comfort, abdicate, inflammation, disjoin, passing play, keep off, privilege, boot out, departure, allocation, egress, judgment of dismissal, get off, liberation, ferment, cleansing, force out, let go of, retire, spark, oust, vacate, plough, voice, fall, kick out, annihilation, come out, toleration, bail, dispatch, provision, pink slip, push button, wall plug, run down, get out, cessation, move around, rout, smother, offer, poke, come-on, manufacture, expiration, goods, unbind, squirt, extend, drop, cure, cancellation, exculpate, forgive, sledding, sack, uncoil, offering, unleash, qualifying, disclamation, condone, death, untie, carrier bag, wash up, flex, pause, unlock, consent, pocket, 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trouble, commit, amnesty, relief, send forth, distribution, deliver, approval, uncouple, relegation, bring out, passing, vindicate, abandonment, stay, unfreeze, personnel casualty, let, show, call on, exhaust, change state, tolerate, eject, purification, undo, rout out, cut, bust out, dissolve, wrench, go forth, foreswear, electrical outlet, flash, pardon, acquit, unburden, render, sprain, use up, emit, dismissal, bulletin, exonerate, secrete, exsert, resign, spring, loose, exoneration, bail out, lay off, dispensation, cease, license, handout, expiry, vindication, sac, dismission, catalytic converter, empty, move, waive, spill, report, overtaking, rumor, end, assoil, disclose, concession, set down, determine, notice, can, button, bend, disown, exit, part with, mercantile establishment, absolve, proclaim, authorize, bare, disentwine, relegate, turn, notification, unchain, discommode, electric outlet, way out, firing, forgiveness, going away, desertion, fall by the wayside, grind out, free, desert, catharsis, kick, issue, put out, gossip, stretch out, news, escaped, submit, complete, cancel, volcano, decease, exception, immunity, become, unloosen, leave, expose, give up, broadcast, except, turn over, going, chuck up the sponge, clearance, leave office, squeeze out, dispense with, withdrawal, disarticulate, dispose, divergence, cashier, diverge, wrick, sap, display, control, defect, stop, unwrap, rush out, sackful, caseload, confine, defrayal, unloose, bagging, the carbon cycle, print, reconcile, quittance, breakout, boot, allotment, discontinue, keep, loosen, forgo, go off, acquittal, clean, spread, limit, run through, anaesthetize, capitulation, rejection, uncork, freeness, ignition, open, ending, turn out, permission, lighting, abandon, bedside manner, announce, roll out, unplug, work, grow, leisure, electric arc, loss, doctor, change by reversal, forego, biological control, purge, announcement, account, free will, excuse, manumit, posting, keep down, drum out, 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open, quietus, bring on, difference, disembarrass, pass, approve, dial, epistle, quitclaim, disclaimer, carbon sink, relinquish, passage, ease, expelling, anesthetise, scope, electric receptacle, jettison, termination, anesthetize, pouch, enfranchise, give out, outpouring, disclaim, terminate, let loose, kindling, dismiss, clear, reprieve, tumble, spillway, carbon-neutral, write, advert, wares, put under, thaw, manifest.

Antonyms:
condemn, obligate, inculpate, bind, ache, impeach, suffering, smart, detain, torment, oblige, charge, convict, immobilize, stitch, compel, agony, block, discomfort, pang, unrest, immobilise, misery, accuse, tingle, hold, torture, pain, throe, anguish, confine, take hold, twinge, sting, freeze.

Examples of usage:

1) It served, however, to release her from the spell of horror which had gripped her. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) We believed that help was at hand, and that the moment of our release had arrived. - "A Lady's Captivity among Chinese Pirates in the Chinese Seas", Fanny Loviot.

3) I am convinced that if I could now explain to him how all this has happened, he would release me from my word. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

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