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Correct spellings for INVATEIT

  • enervated In appearance they resembled their mother, and they had often much of her enervated and almost decaying manner.
  • indite
  • infatuate Whom do you fly, infatuate ?
  • inflate I dwell on what has come to pass and inflate myself with pride in your fulfilment, more as a mother would, I think, and she your mother.
  • inflated
  • innovate
  • intuit
  • invade
  • invader The foul invader had robbed her of her family and her patrimony.
  • invalid
  • invalidity I disputed the evidence, and sought to show its invalidity .
  • invent
  • invented
  • invert
  • inverted
  • invest
  • invested
  • inveterate "Ay, ay; I'm ready for what you are," replied Bob Short, who had gained his name from the succinctness of his observations apparently, rather than from his stature, for he was six feet high, while the name by which Jack Hopkins was generally known on board was Peter Palaver, from his inveterate habits of loquacity.
  • invite
  • invited
  • invitee
  • Innovated
  • Instate
  • Invaded
  • invites
  • invaders
  • invades 264; his alliance with John, 334, 337; invades France, 338, 342 Oudenarde, battle of, vii.
  • inverts Now if we put "money" instead of "life," and begin to classify men by this standard, we see how it inverts the old-world ideas of social hierarchy.
  • invitees Celebrities like the band Indian Ocean and Toshi have performed for a crowd that consisted of medical students from across the country as well as non-medical students and invitees from colleges affiliated to the Delhi University, Jawaharlal Nehru Universi
  • innervated Inferior alveolar nerve block (abbreviated to IANB, and also termed inferior alveolar nerve anesthesia or inferior dental block) is a nerve block technique which induces anesthesia (numbness) in the areas of the mouth and face innervated by one of the inferior alveolar nerves which are paired on the left and right side.

144 words made from the letters INVATEIT

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