What is the correct spelling for ATTPEPT?
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Correct spellings for ATTPEPT
- adapt Thy strings adapt their varied strain To every pleasure, every pain, Which mortal tribes were born to prove; And straight our passions rise or fall, As at the wind's imperious call The ocean swells, the billows move.
- adapted The Romans adapted their dwellings to the climate in which they lived.
- adapter Mr. Edward Rose, in his excellent essay upon Shakespeare as an adapter , writes: Shakespeare has no doubt kept so closely to the lines of the older play because it was a favorite with his audience and they had grown to accept its history as absolute fact; but one can hardly help thinking that, had he boldly thrown aside these trammels and taken John as his Hero, his great central figure; had he analyzed and built up before us the mass of power, craft, passion, and devilry which made up the worst of the Plantagenets; had he dramatized the grand scene of the signing of the Charter and shown vividly the gloom and horror which overhung the excommunicated land; had he painted John's last despairing struggles against rebels and invaders as he has given us the fiery end of Macbeth's life, we might have had another Macbeth, another Richard, who would by his terrible personality have welded the play together and carried us breathless through his scene of successive victory and defeat.
- adept There was no other course but to press forward in redskin fashion, at which happily he was an adept .
- adopt He told Talleyrand to advise Bonaparte to adopt the former as it was "short and"-he was about to add "clear" when the diplomatist cut him short with the words, "Yes: short and obscure!"
- adopted Perhaps the title was first given to them by Walpole, in contempt; if so, they accepted and adopted it.