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Spell check of suppress

Correct spelling: suppress

Synonyms:
mortify, overpower, reverse, occupy, meddle, impede, obscure, break down, terminate, keep down, bottle up, sit on, choke, revoke, rebuff, retain, jam, quash, shell, master, squelch, blot out, appropriate, get over, abolish, enshroud, defeat, shroud, beat, burke, overcome, set aside, restrain, challenge, obstruct, supplant, conquer, reject, check, paper over, seize, snuff, quell, sink, recant, cut back, persecute, subordinate, capture, disapprove, demolish, surmount, clamp down, veil, mask, squash, smash, crucify, deny, put down, occult, stamp out, beat down, object, smother, counteract, resist, subvert, retract, counterattack, subjugate, eradicate, conceal, deal with, repulse, hinder, disagree, crush, hush, repress, repeal, inhibit, disallow, pocket, oppose, oppress, counter, defy, beat out, strangle, annul, moderate, disqualify, abate, annex, conflict, squeeze out, fight, cut off, besiege, repel, confront, curtail, dwarf, exterminate, disguise, mash, constrain, reduce, bar, block, recall, vanquish, annihilate, preclude, submerge, screen, withhold, cross, interfere, cut into, slap down, reserve, shut off, blanket, keep, abrogate, outlaw, dispute, stamp down, hold down, restrict, storm, manage, keep in, keep mum, hold, squeeze, curtain, belie, keep back, withdraw, interfere with, kill off, cover, curb, cloak, control, prevent, remove, contradict, hold in, come down on, overthrow, extirpate, contain, end, ban, choke off, tame, hold back, subdue, protest, stifle, intercept, chasten, destroy, crack down, trounce, prohibit, forbid, invade, refuse, muffle, nullify, antagonize, silence, obliterate.

Antonyms:
describe, bare, instigate, promote, back, unveil, debunk, express, forward, unleash, recite, spread, release, nourish, set up, establish, legalize, revive, foment, introduce, take out, aid, circulate, continue, assist, recount, unmask, stir, boost, confirm, encourage, advertise, nurture, air, show, disclose, uncloak, advance, divulge, report, help, whip, prop up, get out, broadcast, publish, institute, narrate, cherish, enact, tell, expose, reveal, incite, repair, present, rehearse, reinstate, authorize, show up, illuminate, renew, relate, bring out, clarify, foster, support, blab, further, proclaim, publicize, uncover, provoke, spill, abet, cultivate, vent, display, restore, sustain, loose.

Examples of usage:

1) With their help it had become, in 1886, an organization of 133 branches, and Government resolved to suppress it. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

2) It had also a poetic side, being composed principally of young men; it did not suppress the finer impulses and feelings of their better nature. - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.

3) It was with a great effort that the poor girl could suppress the shriek that nearly rose to her lips as the unconscious Miss Tredgold touched her burnt arm. - "Girls of the Forest", L. T. Meade.

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