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Spell check of tackle

Correct spelling: tackle

Synonyms:
fishing tackle, trucking rig, shoulder, semi, blow out, face, abseil, carriage, attack, fifteen, dive, kit, lunge, climber, base camp, hoist, ascent, chop down, push, conversion, contract, undertake, resist, cross, put out, meet, convert, Australian Rules football, acquire, stamp out, thrust aside, thing, go at, ask, wade in, chip, smother, climb, rig, sack, gantry, take, caving, materiel, adopt, means, gear, ascend, corner, prop, jar, derrick, come on, thrust, net, put to, encounter, play, material, lock, probe, plunge, blast, rebel, hardware, stuff, crane, catch, jib, apparatus, come off, assume, interview, harness, conversion kick, guarantee, sling, tractor trailer, climbing, call, articulated lorry, interrogate, incur, sail in, demand, block, fly half, rule, attempt, oppose, canyoneering, question, jack, jab, fishing rig, take in charge, deal with, equipage, take on, outfit, handle, work, inquire, strain, swindle, douse, rigging, stand against, football player, admit, heave, beat out, getup, prod, cover, turnout, draw rein, rod, delivery, fishing gear, ball, tear up, accouterment, place kick, accept, reject, deny, bobble, shove, equipment, combat, rein in, address, go against, trailer truck, set about, skid, line-out, block and tackle, declare against, object, climbing wall, extinguish, linesman, take over, paraphernalia, blank, accoutrements, backhand, cheat, see about, quench, pulley, dribble, rein.

Examples of usage:

1) A Woods and Forests' man on board told me he had recently caught a similar fish on a small fly rod; it weighed five pounds and leapt like a sea- trout, but no one apparently knows much about the possibilities of fishing here with rod and modern tackle. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.

2) One of the sepoys has cut me a bamboo, so it's time to be off to put on snake- rings, and get out tackle and try somehow to hang on to one of these Mahseer that I have heard of so much and of which I know so little. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.

3) Good labours to exist through evil, by means of the very ignorance which sets each man to tackle it for himself, believing that he alone can. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.

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