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Correct spellings for LATED

  • bated Buttercup, in particular, became so engrossed as to forget herself as well as her duties, and stood behind her master in an expectant attitude, glaring at the story-teller, with bated breath, profound sympathy, and extreme readiness to appreciate every joke whether good or bad.
  • bloated We'll sit in a circle and point our thumbs down and all the bloated capitalists shall go in and be killed."
  • date I shall be in town three days from this date.
  • dated I find the following entry in my journal, dated- June 12, 1871.-The natives who are at war with us have been gathering in large numbers to the spot on the west bank occupied by Abou Saood's people.
  • elated As Percival, elated by her enthusiasm, stood shaking hands right and left, he felt a curious and unfamiliar warmth stealing over him.
  • fated She had a strange superstition that Borhedden was fated to see her triumph.
  • halted I rode all day, but when night came I halted, since I could see no more.
  • hated You have often hated me?
  • laced On board the Jean Bart the hammocks were never taken on deck, as they are on board a man-o'-war-the schooner not being fitted with a hammock- rail,-but were simply laced up every morning.
  • lad Where are you, lad?
  • lade
  • landed
  • lard
  • lat But the man, who was something obstinate, I dare say, and, it may weel be, anxious to get shelter, as much for the nicht bein' gurly as to sell his goods, keepit on beggin' an' implorin' to lat the women-folk at the least luik at what he had broucht.
  • latched
  • late
  • latent
  • later
  • latest
  • latter
  • laud
  • leaded
  • led
  • lied
  • lifted
  • lighted
  • listed
  • lite
  • loaded
  • located
  • looted The village had been occupied about half a dozen times by the enemy and each time looted, plundered, and evacuated, and was now again in our possession.
  • lute How many a month I strove to suit These stubborn fingers to the lute!
  • malted
  • mated It was really a pity that the man from Argentina had not found something else to occupy his mind at that precise juncture in the affairs of two young people who were obviously mated by the discriminating gods.
  • pleated
  • salted Plain square crackers spread with butter, salted and then browned in the oven will taste quite different; another time let her grate the least bit of cheese over before the toasting.
  • sated
  • tate
  • ted
  • Bleated "Here is wishing you and your family a safe and happy journey," bleated the leader of the Angora flock.
  • Flatted
  • Floated
  • Gated
  • Gloated
  • Ladled
  • Lamed
  • Larded
  • Lasted
  • Lathed
  • Lauded
  • Laved
  • Lazed
  • Loathed
  • Lusted
  • Plaited
  • Platted
  • Plated
  • Rated
  • Slatted
  • Slated
  • Lofted
  • latte
  • LASED
  • TAED
  • lilted
  • ligated
  • laded
  • laid
  • under-nourished
  • under-pinned
  • under-pinning
  • under-pins
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