What is the correct spelling for ALUTUNATE?
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- agglutinate In brief, accumulated evidence shows, that by contact with, or proximity to, the molten matter of the Earth's nucleus, all beds of sediment are liable to be actually melted, or partially fused, or so heated as to agglutinate their particles; and that according to the temperature they have been raised to, and the circumstances under which they cool, they assume the forms of granite, porphyry, trap, gneiss, or rock otherwise altered.
- alienate With such an income she must endeavor as far as was possible to her to live in a manner worthy of it; but one thing she was determined upon-she would not alienate her friends by climbing to the top of her money and looking down upon them.
- alienated She was always thinking about being alienated from her former family, which, if she had stayed with them, would have allowed her to live a comfortable life.
- alternate Arrange in a buttered baking-dish in alternate layers with seasoned crumbs, having crumbs and dots of butter on top.
- alternator The development of semiconductors after WWII greatly expanded the use of electronics in automobiles, with solid-state diodes making the automotive alternator the standard after about 1960, and the first transistorized ignition systems appearing about 1955.
- attenuate Blind-tooled and morocco-jointed, They have Bedford's daintiest dress, They are graceful, attenuate, polished, But they gather the dust, no less; -
- palatinate Tilly took possession of the Upper Palatinate, and then turned with his victorious army to the Lower Palatinate in order to complete the subjugation of this province, notwithstanding all the protection of England.
- sultanate Far to the west, near Lake Chad, arose in 1520 the sultanate of Baghirmi, which reached its highest power in the seventh century.
- ultimate "Because Dr. Leffingwell realized this would defeat the ultimate purpose.
- Alternated "I shall simply have to be a little more industrious than usual," replied Judith, with the deep flush that now alternated with extreme paleness.
- alternates The time of our visit was in the dry season, which lasts from October till April, and alternates with the wet one, from May till September.