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Correct spellings for DEATE

  • ate We ate in silence, sitting on opposite sides of the fire.
  • dad "Here, dad," said John, "you've got to do it.
  • dante Let him select, say, Dante.
  • dart One of them, therefore, not dreaming that it was Cyrus, ventured to strike him behind with a dart.
  • darter The blotchside darter is classified as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List.
  • dat "But dat's so, dat is.
  • data In the former, reason, using the natural powers of the human mind in subordination to revealed truth, and accepting the Christian mysteries as data, would proceed by profound meditation upon them, would connect doctrine with doctrine, and come to the perception of the harmony contained in the structure of the revelation made in Christ; to a system, in fine, of speculative theology.
  • date The date, however, is generally given as 1484. In 1604 the Brethren who then constituted the inner circle of the Order discovered a door on which was written in large letters Post 120 Annos Patebo.
  • dated The letter is dated Leroy, Jan 4, 1839. "I have sent your letter to Rev.
  • ddt
  • dead
  • deaden It is evident from the letters that have been written to the newspapers during the winter that there are those who sincerely think that careful inquiry regarding poverty, and regulations of relief based upon it, must somehow deaden human sympathy and deepen the suffering of the poor.
  • dear
  • death
  • debate
  • debater
  • debt
  • decade
  • deed
  • deft
  • deity
  • delete
  • demote
  • denote 18. It may be doubted whether St Paul ever uses these terms to denote present salvation or redemption without the final issue being also in his thoughts.
  • dent
  • depute
  • deter
  • deviate
  • devote
  • diet
  • dilate
  • donate
  • dot
  • dote
  • duet So I beat a quick and involuntary retreat, knowing only too well what I'd have ahead of me if Poppsy joined in to make that solo a duet.
  • eat
  • eater
  • heated
  • seated
  • sedate
  • tat
  • tate
  • tater
  • teat
  • tet
  • Dater
  • Dealt
  • Dieter
  • Doter
  • DEA
  • Dee
  • dates
  • DRAT
  • DEPT
  • deader
  • defter
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