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Spell check of accelerator

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Correct spelling:
That which increases rapidity of action or function.


accelerator pedal, atom smasher, catalyst, gas, gas pedal, gun, particle accelerator, throttle, throttle valve.
accelerator, accelerator pedal, gas, gas pedal, gun, throttle.
atom smasher
particle accelerator, atomic accelerator, atom smatter, atomic cannon.
car part
brake, bumper, camshaft, carburetor, chassis, choke, clutch, connecting rod, cowl, crankcase, crankshaft, cylinder, dashboard, differential, distributor, exhaust, fan, fender, gear, gearbox, gearshift, generator, glove compartment, hood, horn, ignition, manifold, muffler, odometer, piston, radiator, shock absorber, spark plug, speedometer, steering wheel, transmission, windshield, bearings, taillights.
machine for giving charged particles high velocity
atom smasher, particle accelerator, atomic accelerator.
particle accelerator
atom smasher, cyclotron, linear accelerator, synchrotron, Cyclotrons, Linear Accelerators, Synchrotrons.
Examples of usage:
  1. In disposing of Liszt's Rhapsodies it is all right to step on the accelerator, as the sooner they are finished the better. – The So-called Human Race by Bert Leston Taylor
  2. Harry stepped on the accelerator and they inched along. – This Crowded Earth by Robert Bloch
  3. Disbelief reshaped her eyes; she cried out at him as her foot went down on the accelerator: Think I'm the kind to believe all the yarns you can tell? – Man to Man by Jackson Gregory
  4. But hidden away was a heart that behaved in a highly unprofessional manner, and sang and dreamed, and jumped at the sight of a certain small figure on the street, and generally played hob with systole and diastole, and the vagus and accelerator nerves. – The Breaking Point by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  5. She pressed down on the accelerator and the car sped forward. – Sunny Slopes by Ethel Hueston