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Spell check of way

Correct spelling: way

Synonyms:
severely, agency, federal agency, desperately, government agency, characteristic, discriminant, musical mode, role, duct, focus, delay, cachet, badly, position, eminently, be, port, sluice, drop, schema, component, day, deadly, office, line, idea, very, forte, path, trench, air pocket, course, turnpike, considerable, sewer, highly, aqueduct, portion, method, move, outline, personal manner, awful, entry, extra, indeed, gap, panache, appearance, disposition, mark, whacking, counsel, style, expression, deeply, orbit, terribly, thoroughly, roadway, trend, access, idiosyncrasy, enormously, mechanism, action, demeanor, basis, factor, Blvd., enormous, substance, usage, really, facet, sorely, countdown, jolly, wont, posture, passing, extremely, management, booking, gatehouse, length, freeway, bearing, behavior, location, distance, difference, moiety, much, vogue, share, quirk, superhighway, vastly, channel, high, particularly, aboard, arch, habit, habitude, stylus, event, cracking, instruction, object, outlook, archway, door, archly, step, close, proportion, most, blisteringly, design, counselling, roaring, base, Dr., custom, sort, contrivance, footprint, scheme, wicked, afloat, right smart, aisle seat, board, substantial, target, trajectory, fantastically, gateway, tactic, venue, schtick, route, culvert, progression, specially, wise, goal, canal, usual, conduct, manner, deportment, book on, representation, intensely, aim, look, avenue, exceedingly, conduit, walk, mood, elbow room, huge, unco, peculiarity, track, so, space, authority, technique, hairsbreadth, system, hall, usance, bus, ditch, thumping, road, such, measure, keynote, spanking, inclination, comportment, place, property, entrance, focussing, headroom, clearance, fashion, thoroughfare, modal value, consuetude, elan, beastly, big, quality, form, arr., especially, full, incidentally, pipe, dang, depth, open, cul-de-sac, environment, stretch, fabulously, break, climate, whereabouts, crescent, street, modality, angle, infinity, colossally, monstrous, expanse, intention, gate, feature, process, flair, center, alternative, trait, block, context, situation, specialization, slice, plan, Ave., bookable, chapter, nature, itinerary, that, great, scene, allocation, circumstance, backstreet, praxis, human nature, focusing, setting, far, way of life, trail, centering, gatepost, carriage, well, frightfully, locale, roaringly, guidance, delegacy, sore, tendency, fiercely, practice, as a matter of fact, dash, specialty, date, modus operandi, piece, mortally, plot, hugely, damned, expressway, definiteness, a lot, wildly, mien, too, allotment, ever, tactics, spirit, gait, supremely, flavor, uncommonly, extensive, climb, approach, thruway, almighty, seriously, widely, achingly, objective, expressive style, mannerism, instinct, mighty, site, bureau, corking, bone, highway, super, individuality, mode, filthy, greatly, stinking, mightily, awfully, policy, commission, purpose, epoch, steering, passage, extent, reach, booking office, discipline, conditions, drive, room, charge, rattling, counseling, figure, aspect, carry, surpassingly, gutter, vitally, use, means, immensely, particularity, hallmark, air, procedure, majorly, countenance, tone, stamp, focal point, era, radius, large, right, range, state of affairs, heavily, guise, duration, ways, incredibly, direction, program, real, background, boulevard.

Antonyms:
meagerly, scantily, negligibly, nominally, marginally, barely, minimally, scarcely, just, somewhat, slightly, hardly, little.

Examples of usage:

1) It came about in this way. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

2) There's no way out of it! - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

3) Anna thought she knew a way to find out. - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

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