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  • advance, ahead, bring forward, face, forrad.
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Antonyms of REMOVE:
authorize, establish, reinstate, revive, cherish, institute, renew, set up, confirm, introduce, repair, support, continue, legalize, restore, sustain, enact, promote.
Misspellings for REMOVE:
remoely, meover, removede, remova, removign, remem, rremoved, remose, memver, tmove, remeber, reemove, smove, remuved, rmove, remive, remody, resovor, nmove, removeed, remide, rmore, removeal, remoive, remeved, remvoe, romoves, rmeoved, refom, recoieve, remorte, remouved, removerd, dreamwaver, remoe, remeoved, resove, rememb, remiber, remval, remoevd, remoat, retive, revve, imovie, rumore, remived, reomoved, rmoved, moerover, remvoved, recve, removs, romove, revover, removale, removele, recove, tremore, rpove, removial, remvoal, removin, remort, reomoving, reolve, reduve, remoarse, dreamwaeaver, remve, rewiev, remice, remmove, themover, resiovor, reomte, recvei, resorve, removeing, removwe, reomove, removethe, mmove, remorm, remoce, remone, removeral, regive, rememver, remvoed, remiove, removng, remov, renove, receove, recoeve, romoved, reove, refomer, revove, removd, rearveiw, remnove, remode, recev, remved, reover, amove, removeale, reomoval, reomved, reciove, removel, remuve, remorce, morevover, reomves, remod, meove, remoived, remener, promove, remoavl, everymove, revoew, remolve, remeove, remioved, reamove, willremove, imorve, recuve, remeve, relave, rremove, remoal, romve, remobe, removla, reomve, remon, tomove, remmoved, remoed, reciave, dmove, reemoved, removied, moreove, removall, remtoe, remore, removce, removle, emove, reteave, roemove, reicve, romoveal, remoeved, fromof, emovie, remiere, remke, rmeoval, rmeove, remooved, removedthe, rermoved, romeved, remoes, removeinng, renov, resiovour, reqive.
Examples of usage:
  1. Strain, cool quickly, and when cold remove the fat.
    "The Myrtle Reed Cook Book", Myrtle Reed.
  2. Then, instead of having an assistant to remove some of the load, he'd have to do the work of two men.
    "No Charge for Alterations", Horace Leonard Gold.
  3. Was her confession necessary to remove blame from others?
    "The Mystery of Metropolisville", Edward Eggleston.