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Spell check of room

Correct spelling: room

Synonyms:
scope, hippodrome, agency, threat, coffee shop, check-in, area, fashion, turf, suite, cocktail lounge, volume, battle-ground, circuit, cubicle, plateau, pad, condo, infinity, tenement, enclosure, way, place, busload, opportunity, style, path, gap, scale, compartment, bedroom, body, headroom, cell, battlefield, sporting chance, crowd, chamber, reach, shot, precinct, theater, bay, stage, extent, ceiling, accommodations, beat, realm, bridal suite, length, field, margin, potentiality, locale, chance, cabin, salon, bachelor pad, vacancy, assemblage, foyer, lodging, family room, follow, latitude, bedsit, gymnasium, live, live on, flat, board, plane, play, balcony, live by, way of life, collection, clearance, manage, lead, Colosseum, condominium, amphitheater, province, restraint, array, air pocket, beading, circus, quarters, ring, digs, bachelor apartment, capacity, leeway, desk, likelihood, occasion, hall, distance, club, region, campus, manner, opening, possibility, en suite, get on, break, space, cornerstone, vastness, age group, zone, measure, stretch, drop out, elbowroom, dormitory, probability, courtyard, auditorium, constellation, means, crush, circle, duplex, dimension, range, apartment, brickwork, elbow room, niche, gallery, ground, go without, future, addition, catacombs, setting, arena, mode, direction, closet, sweep, accommodation, domain, acreage, dining room, expanse, promise, territory, dominion, neighborhood, double room, footprint, studio, pen, alcove, bailiwick, span.

Examples of usage:

1) So Mrs. Hawkins ran around from room to room. - "Leo the Circus Boy", Ralph Bonehill.

2) There were but two people in the room. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

3) And now I'm afraid I must ask you to help me to get back to my room. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

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