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Spell check of romance

Correct spelling: romance

Synonyms:
reminiscence, Italian, vision, lord, coddle, day-dream, inflate, pick up, romanticism, buddy movie, magnify, costume drama, ogle, kiss, passion, exaggerate, dignify, tap, communion, caress, beg, serenade, Latinian Language, love, scenario, chick flick, reading matter, coquetry, pleasure, novella, coquette, yarn, devotion, endearment, retelling, adoration, attachment, overstate, awe, enticement, pursue, B movie, Romansh, solicit, kick, love story, fling, ardor, French, fiction, liaison, woo, saga, pair off, blue movie, kinship, affection, bray, squeeze, anime, accost, sentimentality, coquet, biopic, crunch, anticipation, invitingness, play, bill and coo, oneness, legend, tenderness, make love, courtship, hug, myth, desire, nuzzle, endear, chronicle, charm, seduction, mash, comminute, seduce, court, Rhaeto-Romanic, squash, satisfaction, prosaicness, short story, snuggle, dream, M., flirtation, allegory, Romance language, glorify, narrative, animation, amour, cartoon, reverie, dalliance, joie de vivre, spoon, involvement, hook, chat up, faithfulness, novel, trance, epic, fable, fondness, episode, recount, latin, love affair, philander, flirt, talk up, fancy, chiller, liking, entice, relationship, deference, storyline, intimacy, ecstasy, story, hallucination, plainness, Catalan, spooning, wooing, mediaeval, run after, parable, Spanish, anecdote, serial, trifle, dally, affair, medieval, account, respect, allurement, reverence, excitement, toy, cuddle, overplay, delight, ask out, alchemist, worship, manor, enthusiasm, prose, womanise, spark, liege, tale, crush, idolization, wonder, cherish, plot, amorousness, feudal, Italic, friendliness, infatuation, love life, dawdle, womanize, butterfly, chase, fantasy, feudalism, squelch, love-making, admiration, grind, play up, alchemy, idealize.

Antonyms:
fact, reality, substance, verity, certainty, realization.

Examples of usage:

1) The point is that you have your present, your romance. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) You had to have your romance. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

3) Nothing hurt when everything was romance. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.

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