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Correct spelling:
relief
Definition:

Ease; succor; release; in the fine arts, projection of a figure.

Synonyms:
condolence (noun)
solace, easement, commiseration, comfort, sympathy, condolence, reassurance.
rescue (noun)
rescue, extrication, assistance, salvation, deliverance, emancipation.
dismissal (noun)
reprieve, stay, excuse, concession, pardon, license, release, discharge, exception, immunity, dismissal, exemption, privilege, absolution, dispensation, amnesty, waiver, permission, liberty, freedom.
sculpture (noun)
pedestal, carve, sculpture, carving, cameo, mannequin, phallic, phallus, figure, statue, plinth, bronze, cast, bust, plaster cast, molding, figurine, bas-relief.
aid (noun)
service, facilitation, benefit, help, assistance, motivation, attendant, aid, support, agency, sustenance, encouragement, mothering, ministration, endowment, avail.
aid (verb)
maintenance, welfare.
relief (noun)
remedy, mildness, easement, alleviation, help, mercy, assuagement, comfort, appeasement, consolation, aid, respite, cure, solace.
interruption (noun)
stay, interval, pause, postponement, snag, suspension, hiatus, reprieve, interlude, recess, break, interruption, stoppage, delay, hitch.
Other synonyms:
Chancellor of the Exchequer, happiness, variety, temperance, clothing, pleasure, contour, sleep, imprint, artificial feeding, collection box, fireman, easiness, succor, relief pitcher, charitable, reserve, handout, eternal rest, auxiliary, pinch hitter, subordinate, junior, commuter, cause, allowance, residue, backing, child benefit, redress, simpleness, abatement, alms, musical accompaniment, makeover, audit, superior, easing, second-stringer, 1099, cover, backup man, leap, associate, succour, upswing, nursing, opposite number, comforting, relaxation, desk person, medicine, shelter, sculptural relief, colleague, a change for the better/worse, duty officer, nirvana, rest period, black out, step change, beleaguered, embossment, ease, simplicity, remainder, hypodermic, patronage, repose, substitute, aggressor, active service, locum tenens, time out, boost, breadwinner, allayer, configuration, computer backup, dole, alternative medicine, active duty, residuum, moderation, welfare, ministration, remission, anesthesia, community chest, reinforcement, rilievo, cheer, charity, projection, joy, increase, child support, cowboy, jollity, quietus, hand, residual, analgesia, the Boston Tea Party, the social, accompaniment, diversion, reliever, aftercare, apparatchik, assist, means test, eternal sleep, satisfaction, community service, stand-in, decoration, backup, co-worker, anaesthesia, moderateness, fill-in, ancillary, self-improvement, championship, sub, euphoria, drug, delight, donate, assisted living, informality, development, public assistance, rest, social security, claw back, battle cry, improvement, food, turnaround, easement, workmate, career woman, belligerent, 1040 form, designated hitter, artificial insemination, air cover, corporate welfare, bombed-out, change, balm, ecstasy, counterpart, replacement, respite, acupuncture, alleviation, comforter, blackout, abetment, elation, contentment, assuagement, aromatherapy, mitigation, chargeable, acupressure, balance, relievo, palliation.
Common misspellings:
  1. releif (47%)
  2. relife (13%)
  3. relif (9%)
  4. reliefe (9%)
  5. releaf (8%)
  6. reliefs (3%)
  7. relef (2%)
  8. releife (1%)
  9. relieft (1%)
Examples of usage:
  1. I thought there was relief in it.
    - - "The House of a Thousand Candles", Meredith Nicholson.
  2. A little sigh of relief escaped
    - - "The House of a Thousand Candles", Meredith Nicholson. Lightfoot. - "The Adventures of Lightfoot the Deer", Thornton W. Burgess.
  3. Neal drew a deep breath of relief when he reached the street.
    - - "The House of a Thousand Candles", Meredith Nicholson. Lightfoot. - "The Adventures of Lightfoot the Deer", Thornton W. Burgess. - "The Northern Iron 1907", George A. Birmingham.
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 14,913,252 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jul 2012.

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