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Spell check of thwart

Correct spelling: thwart

Synonyms:
screw up, stupefy, constrain, crucify, expose, louse up, puzzle, trammel, cripple, pass over, fluff, get across, crossbreed, flummox, mar, get, mystify, dash, rag, muck up, hamstring, deflower, impede, restrain, flub, track, featherbed, intersect, block, regulate, stay, tangle, curb, counteract, stump, mollycoddle, peril, gravel, sweep, brake, hybridise, embarrass, fetter, crimp, go bad, hybridize, counter, nonplus, cosset, catch, stick, mishandle, discomfit, resist, handicap, clog, interrupt, bumble, despoil, burden, congest, balk, baffle, stop, mire, disappoint, check, beat, cramp, allow, foul, bar, paralyze, dun, bung, cocker, confuse, checkmate, foil, endanger, botch up, plunder, complicate, disconcert, prevent, delay, traverse, span, scotch, cross, choke, foul up, discourage, frustrate, encumber, disillusion, bobble, entrap, bollocks up, cross thwart, entangle, drag, hamper, defeat, corrupt, indulge, pamper, spoil, bollix up, bodge, snarl, baby, itch, evade, violate, oppose, obstruct, cut through, amaze, bewilder, get over, bollix, bungle, pose, bedevil, jam, hinder, ball up, impair, perplex, snag, deter, dumbfound, vitiate, interbreed, fumble, cut across, scupper, mess up, cover, bilk, restrict, constipate, coddle, vex, blow, stymie, botch, dam, inhibit, dishearten, detain, elude, torment, bottleneck, plug.

Antonyms:
assist, forward, ease, aid, facilitate, abet, encourage, advance, nurture, smooth, further, foster, cultivate, promote.

Examples of usage:

1) The panic- stricken Government was able to thwart his plebiscitary appeals by re- establishing the scrutin d'arrondissement, or election by small districts instead of by whole departments. - "A History of the Third French Republic", C. H. C. Wright.

2) Thus attempting to make a private preserve of the unclaimed North, he attempted to discredit and thwart every other explorer's effort. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) " Yes," said Jack, getting up and seating himself on a thwart, " but I don't want another such an experience. - "The Hilltop Boys on Lost Island", Cyril Burleigh.

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