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Spell check of valid

Correct spelling: valid

counterfeit, antitrust, coherent, accepted, authoritative, best-of-breed, authentic, effective, real, on paper, trustworthy, natural, correct, legal, hard, exact, analytic, unbiased, binding, convincing, bursty, informed, original, case-sensitive, well-grounded, antivirus, true, unanswered, factual, actual, uncorrupted, backward-compatible, stringent, enabling, civil, tight, newsy, credible, commonsense, sober, well-founded, efficient, right, proved, conclusive, fair-minded, persuasive, just, good, commonsensible, reasoned, criminally, substantial, sensible, asynchronous, consequent, justified, enclosed, strong, extrajudicial, fictitious, precise, wrong, accurate, confirmed, reason, written, decent, sound, compatible, unexpired, erring, extraterritorial, tested, criminal, circular, firm, logical, common law, validated, active, false, legitimate, adequate, faithful, determinative, commonsensical, ultimate, rational, pure, fair, solid, reasonable, clickable, potent, returnable, textual, levelheaded, efficacious, cogent, compatibility, telling, suitable, forensic, independent.

harebrained, eristic, inconsequent, implausible, simpleminded, specious, unscientific, incoherent, nullified, unjustified, false, unconvincing, absurd, mad, uncollectible, crazy, fallacious, illegitimate, uncompelling, witless, flimsy, bad, nonvalid, unarticulated, unreasoned, irrational, misled, half-baked, sophistical, invalidated, invalid, uninformed, unwarranted, null, sophistic, casuistic, misguided, inconsequential, weak, thoughtless, daffy, unsupported, unfounded, half-witted, fatuous, unsound, nonsensical, weak-minded, nutty, insane, nonrational, expired, misleading, preposterous, unreasonable, loony, cockeyed, void, unsubstantiated, senseless, illogical, groundless.

Examples of usage:

1) These things would make a valid excuse for an early call, as Mrs. Adams might naturally suppose he was on his way to Hyde Manor. - "The Maid of Maiden Lane", Amelia E. Barr.

2) Where was that will- the real, true, valid will- which left everything away from him to Una? - "Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir", Charles Garvice.

3) Let us go at once to the city hall, where they will stamp their seal on your card, which makes it valid for your identity. - "My Home In The Field of Honor", Frances Wilson Huard.