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Spell check of repeal

Correct spelling: repeal

Synonyms:
go up, turn over, recision, annul, contradiction, prohibit, give up, tump over, terminate, vacate, invalidate, arise, overturn, knock over, end, move up, abrogation, defeasance, confutation, abnegate, disprove, rear, abolishment, void, change by reversal, nobble, revolutionize, cabbage, abolish, purloin, dissolution, amendment, negation, bring in, airlift, disavow, pilfer, face-lift, elevate, tip over, revolutionise, uprise, suppress, disaffirmation, withdrawal, disavowal, bowl over, disaffirm, voiding, supplant, plagiarise, override, law, quashing, quash, abstract, abatement, annulment, get up, challenge, destroy, rise, continue, empty, abortion, lift, obliterate, dropping, revocation, invalidation, confute, abnegation, stamp out, rebuttal, rescind, turn, nullification, overrule, amend, resign, abate, avoid, revoke, hoist, abrogate, renounce, come up, eradicate, annihilate, set aside, upset, come in, cancellation, extirpate, filch, rebut, nullify, negate, avoidance, remove, swipe, overthrow, calling off, calling, rustle, repudiation, turn back, refutation, reverse, refute, sneak, make, rescindment, exterminate, repudiate, abolition, contradict, snarf, pinch, reversal, conflict, hook, abandonment, deny, denial, rescission, codify, subvert, plagiarize, invert, decriminalize, rejoin, rejoinder, abandon, bring up, bring down, wind, backdate, dispute, criminalize, recall, raise, countermand.

Antonyms:
decreeing, cherish, authorize, institution, authorization, clearance, legalize, commencement, introduce, undertaking, reinstate, renew, promote, legitimation, legitimization, continuation, commandment, establishment, sustain, prescription, continue, founding, endorsement, set up, approval, beginning, sanctioning, initiation, institute, revive, legislation, restore, ordering, repair, support, enact, formalization, legalization, enactment, establish, passing, confirm, ratification, validation, engagement, permission, mandating.

Examples of usage:

1) It was a close and hard fight in the " Council" but repeal won. - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.

2) My relatives and other friends applied to lawyers, judges and the Governor in my behalf, but all in vain, as these officers were only authorized to administer existing laws; they could neither repeal them nor act contrary to them. - "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity", Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.

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