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Antonyms of STRAIGHTEN:
bend, flex, arc, bow, hook, round, entwine, kink, swirl, turn, twine, twist, coil, loop, spiral, wind, crook, curl, curve.
Misspellings for STRAIGHTEN:
straighted, straingthen, straightining, straighting, stariaght, striaght, striaghtened, strightening, streanghten, straught, strnghten, straightned, strenight, straighning, strieght, streightening, strightin, straightner, strightened, streightened, streghtens, straightning, strenghten, straighteneing, straigthen, stregthen, staightener, streghtgh, stratighten, straghtened, strneght, straghten, streighenten, streaten, striaghten, straightline, straigen, straigtener, straightt, straightin, stenghten, streight, strighten, starightened, straiaght, strehen, stright, straighen, striaghtly, straigten, strainghten, stiright, sraightener, sraighten, streighted, strighted, streghtened, streanght, streghten, strenghtne, stradigie, fustraighting, strightenout, stratight, straght, straten, streighten, striaghtens, straighned, soutrheastern, strighen, straighte, straightn, starighter, certigiaiton, strantghth, strauight, sttraight, stricten, strnght, sstraight, streghnthen, strenghtn, strightener, stranight, straeght, strightend, straoght, streanthen, stranght, strenghting, strightned, straightend, streightens, striaight, striaghtening, strraight, streghtn, straghtening, straitght, streaghten, streghtening, strenghtin, straignten, straigting, strtenghten, stregthin, streaight, striaghter, streghthen, streghtend, strighter, staighten, streathen, straton, straghting, straiaghtened, straighterned, stretnght, streagthen, strenghhen, stroghenoff.
Examples of usage:
  1. Some daylight flowed in through a slightly open fire exit and she caught at a last moment of darkness to straighten her hat.
    "Star-Dust A Story of an American Girl", Fannie Hurst.
  2. If anybody can straighten things out, she's the one, though I don't see how it's goin' to be done.
    "The Princess and Joe Potter", James Otis.
  3. I'm helping straighten it!
    "This World Is Taboo", Murray Leinster.
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