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Spell check of under

Correct spelling: under

Synonyms:
subjugated, clothed, supporting, elementary, after, supine, following, initial, on a lower floor, Gemini, subject, unfranchised, deferent, junior, strictly speaking, lower than, academic, underlying, subjected, inferior, above, cast, dependent, lesser, educational, subordinate, petty, short, fast asleep, shy, bouncy, nameless, Cancer, age gap, graduate, chthonic, thickly, small, down the stairs, infra, obedient, bound, peer, to a lower place, Aquarius, underneath, low, diachronic, astrologer, compliant, curricular, below, thinly, smalltime, at, different, unconscious, assignment, sound asleep, of, out, astrological, by, Capricorn, naming ceremony, formal, age bracket, subservient, servile, lower, excess, subaltern, up, namesake, contemporary, skyward, constrained, secondary, upward, applied, submissive, deficient, didactic, according to, downstairs, insufficient, advanced, nether, wanting, at a lower place, enthralled, crusted, ascending, asleep, aged, age, over, caked, low-level, nee, second, apart, downward, encrusted, chthonian, chart, underwater, semiconscious, scarce, Aries, old, big, depending on, underling, minor, down, minor-league, less, subterranean, inadequate, comatose, underfoot, astrology, underground, enslaved, beneath.

Antonyms:
aloft, high, overhead, dominant, up.

Examples of usage:

1) He'd cut off his right hand before he'd see this bank go under. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) Oh, I suppose I've got to accept it- sit down under it. - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.

3) They sat and listened a long while, each under the same charm, which was a different charm. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

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