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Spell check of soil

Correct spelling: soil

Synonyms:
foul, bespatter, doo-doo, loam, agriculture, injury, shite, farming, beach, blot, reproach, territory, grunge, nation, agribusiness, the CAP, crud, besmirch, discolouration, primer coat, disfigurement, terra firma, stigma, pollute, gunk, breed, filthiness, disgrace, earth, bemire, mud, excreta, befoul, defect, denigrate, commonwealth, mainland, disrespect, scandal, res publica, lubricating oil, speck, begrime, state, defile, stain, putrefy, kingdom, nastiness, agroindustry, grease, agrarian, dry land, smear, fault, disesteem, alluvium, undercoat, stone, mark, brand, dominion, contaminate, foulness, muck, coast, smudge, ordure, tarnish, dirty word, realm, colly, slops, reason, body politic, blemish, insult, flaw, discoloration, smut, dent, bank, malicious gossip, grime, territorial dominion, besoil, spatter, agrochemical, feces, smirch, flat coat, footing, dung, estate, background, filth, dishonor, demesne, corrupt, dirty, land, clod, clay, deformity, daub, sully, waste, agricultural, primer, taint, besmear, dirt, landed estate, obscenity, black, agronomy, basis, solid ground, agronomics, defacement, attack, mess up, smutch, shore, country, blur, grit, blacken, infect, district, priming coat, imperfection, acres, ground, muddy, vulgarism, cloud, dust, spot, domain, priming, scat, clean, streak.

Antonyms:
clean, make clean, cleanliness, cleanness.

Examples of usage:

1) The available soil about the home farm in the valley must raise hay and grain for the long winter's use. - "Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia", Maturin M. Ballou.

2) Now the soil again is fertile. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

3) The young jungle had grown considerably during the rainy night; the soil under it, however, was black and bore traces of fire. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

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