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adjective as in counteractive

adjective as in marching

noun as in audit

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Example Sentences

Furthermore, checking online IP reputation services reveals that they have been used by malware operators in the past.

And the chord structure, for those of you who play an instrument, is unexpected and worth checking out.

After checking out a few more varieties, she lands on one that feels close enough to home.

I was using my height and checking out the action, and this girl came up to me and said, “Are you going to be here for a while?”

On Friday afternoon, I stood by the Burger King checking the bars on my phone like a kid with a curfew.

The utmost care has been taken in verifying the stock-sheets with the registers, and with checking the volumes themselves.

If your neighbor seems disposed to shorten the time by conversing, do not be too hasty in checking him.

He stood now with a calculating look, almost as if he were checking the verity of the report.

He must be shown the absolute importance of checking Mazaroff and rendering his last stroke utterly futile.

There was the business of checking them off, and the further business of Sara Lee's paying for them in gold.


On this page you'll find 210 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to checking, such as: countering, counterproductive, counter to, interfering, and opposite.

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