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Spell check of topic

Correct spelling: topic

Synonyms:
number, motion, concept, way out, outcome, matter, radical, stem, pith, thesis, offspring, melodic theme, text, indication, military issue, discipline, root, publication, return, explanation, field of study, theme, dissertation, study, thrust, subject field, problem, relevance, question, significance, message, paper, guinea pig, composition, principle, point, motif, connotation, axiom, consideration, content, musical theme, referent, paradigm, inference, basis, emergence, ground, proposition, root word, query, intent, result, essay, affair, assertion, division, yield, exit, payoff, material, case, opinion, take, item, field, denotation, implication, purpose, description, premise, theorem, bailiwick, government issue, resolution, hypothesis, exposition, position, report, belief, depicted object, definition, idea, issuing, subject area, tenor, head, contention, drift, egress, base, moot point, argument, national, conjecture, gist, thing, effect, takings, event, upshot, subject, consequence, issue, outlet, interpretation, assumption, motive, crux, progeny, meaning, subject matter, proceeds, postulation, presumption, statement, issuance.

Antonyms:
digression, excursion, parenthesis, tangent, aside, interjection.

Examples of usage:

1) His mind took a revolution and came back to the topic of the day. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

2) Nasmyth's desire to escape from the topic was a trifle too plain, as he added, " Isn't it nice out here?" - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) As usual when I most wanted to write or felt that I had a topic worth writing about, no words would come. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

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