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Spell check of sever

Correct spelling: sever

unfix, amputate, dismantle, adjourn, separate, break, disjoint, disarticulate, drop, slit, divide, fracture, remove, fragmentize, defriend, crash, burst, cut out, transgress, unhinge, halve, calve, break apart, smash, recess, crop, destroy, sunder, slice, cleave, cashier, cut, prune, dissolve, part, unglue, fragment, collapse, disconnect, disassociate, detach, finish with, interrupt, lop off, split, dissociate, segregate, fork, divorce, scissor, excise, disunite, dispel, rive, disjoin, disassemble, break down, disperse, scatter, fissure, disrupt, estrange, rend, clip, dissever, break up, take apart, partition, uncouple, bankrupt, pare, insulate, axe, tear, cut off, decompose, trim, bisect, lop, break off, rupture, rip, crush, unyoke, leave, discerp, fall out, branch, snip, unlink, split up, crack up, alienate, shiver, crock up, dump, demolish, dress, incise, disintegrate, disengage, dissipate, bifurcate, carve, fragmentise, assemble, pick, decouple, cut away, chop off, cut back, gouge out, dismember, ramify, resolve, shatter, dissect, disaffiliate.

mingle, knit, fasten, weld, join, agglutinate, combine, stick, couple, bind, unify, cement, mend, solder, secure, attach, mix, connect, blend, link, close, associate, unite, accumulate, fuse, assemble.

Examples of usage:

1) Personal elevation, which had not rent the cord between him and his unworthy family, could still less sever the bands between him and the sacred race. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) The animal food brought to market from the country is of course frozen hard as stone, and will keep sweet for months in this condition, having finally to be cut up for use by means of a saw or axe; no knife could sever it. - "Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia", Maturin M. Ballou.

3) Changes do not sever our hearts. - "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity", Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.