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Spell check of relinquish

Correct spelling: relinquish

Synonyms:
issue, fall by the wayside, unloosen, throw in the towel, kick, resign, put out, secrete, hand over, retire, justify, exhaust, waive, dispense with, expel, cede, repudiate, publish, relieve, relegate, disengage, accept, desert, spare, break off, step down, disown, quitclaim, release, render, demit, leave office, drop by the wayside, antecede, disclaim, desist, surrender, dismiss, unblock, abdicate, bring out, forfeit, swear off, cease, leave, unfreeze, depart, leave off, predate, retract, forgo, foreswear, reconcile, discontinue, abjure, turn in, chuck up the sponge, throw overboard, discharge, liberate, terminate, allow, vacate, submit, remit, disembarrass, jettison, vent, keep, let go, withdraw, reject, abnegate, dislodge, discard, evacuate, drop, give up, recant, unloose, cast off, dispose, forsake, exempt, step aside, yield, drop out, defect, part with, deliver, absolve, cancel, turn, forswear, abandon, rid, throw in, cough up, take leave, depart from, continue, shed, antedate, quit, lay off, free, turn over, forego, dispel, precede, let go of, lay down, loose, stop, capitulate, renounce, eject.

Antonyms:
confiscate, pursue, prosecute, assert, advocate, occupy, take hold, seek, favor, usurp, retain, cherish, defend, maintain, support, claim, appropriate, assume, guard, secure, wrest, keep, protect, adopt, uphold, hold, vindicate, safeguard, undertake, arrogate, court, take over, withhold, seize, haunt.

Examples of usage:

1) She seemed to relinquish her first idea with difficulty. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

2) Everhard did not relinquish his night watch this time, but no more was said of reading aloud. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

3) But this does not mean that Hohenstiel is to relinquish the power of war. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.

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