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propensity

  • antipathy, disgust, distaste, indifference, repugnance.
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Pressure

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Antonyms of PRESSURE:
comfort, consolation, agreement, approval, consent, permission, convincing, persuasion, reason, suasion.
Misspellings for PRESSURE:
premaure, serizure, prussure, perssure, presrve, presures, presured, pressiure, presque, prusure, preassure, preasur, puressure, plessure, pressuare, pressurs, preoare, preassur, presure, pressur, presssure, presevre, processure, procegure, resoure, peasure, prcedure, pressuer, pruessure, resure, preare, presspack, plusure, procesdure, pressered, trsure, reasuure, presurgery, predessoror, pressume, preesure, preasure, pressup, pressaure, highpressure, presevere, prsure, plsure, prceedure, pressene, tressure, pressuere, pricedure, presuures, presseure, pronissory, proedure, shresbury, prepsre, premiure, presuure, pressuered, procesure, pressive, presur, prossedure, pressuire, preasue, preasures, reasure, preusser, acuprressure, resourie, presoner, pressurer, prefure, presouse, precedure, pressor, pressura, tresuere, presuare, threasure, pleasusre, prossece, pressureg, presurize, pleusure, pressued, pressurre, pusure, pressley, presserize, pressureand, prssure, prevare, pressre, presuroso, plesure, precidure, pressusre, trusure, peressure, tresure, plesaure, promessery, pressue, pressuers, brosure, pessure, parenstr, pressire, prossure, pleseure, preshure, pressuried, presribe, prospure, reaasure, preasured, presedure, pressureize, prusaude, presssures, pressfure, pressrue, plaisure, tressury, prusute, precure, presude, prressure, foresure, presurv, prassour, presute, pressues, tressurer, preceedure, pressuse, prearuse, tempresure, presurve, preassured, prerssure, accupressure, prsuure, ressure, preassures, pressureon, presedire, processore, pressuerd, pressureing, pressurise, preruse, prosedure, prefore, puresue, pressler, prescirbe, presue, prssured, brousure, presurres, proseedure, persure, plaseure, backpressure, preassue, pressuar, oressure, prarire, promossory, presswure, prejury, pricesare, prospore, presidure, rsure, pressude, pleassure, presurre, presuer, poressure, puressuring, presered, prosidure, copressore, presaude, prerare, presciber, preasdur, preasessure, presseur, prseeure, rpessure, presurred, processure6, professore, prmissory, prosphere, treusure.
Examples of usage:
  1. Was the pressure returned?
    "David Elginbrod", George MacDonald.
  2. But at Eliza's age a good- looking girl does not feel that pressure; she feels free to pick and choose.
    "Pygmalion", George Bernard Shaw.
  3. Both feared that Evelyn regarded him in the same light, and it accordingly became evident that a little pressure might be required.
    "Vane of the Timberlands", Harold Bindloss.
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