What is the correct spelling for PATET?

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Correct spellings for PATET

  • date He had just given a sketch of the church meeting at Upcote, and of the situation in the village up to date . "'Cause it's the first long kiss on a second date Momma's all worried when you get home late – The Good Stuff by Kenny Chesney
  • part Now, my child, you must do your duty and obey your parents-as we must part , the sooner we part the better. Somebody longs to be part Of the song in your heart – Guess Who by Billie Holiday
  • parted "I'm not main certain Dennie'll let her," Sylv warned him, as they parted .
  • paste
  • pasted Poems were pasted upon the walls of every house, and passed from hand to hand.
  • pat It was such fun to pat the earth down after the seed had been put in.
  • pate Both in sermons and debate, he strikes home, and woe be to the luckless pate that has the temerity to dash under his well-aimed strokes.
  • patent They did not understand the motives beneath it all; but the fact was patent .
  • patient Don't you think I am very patient ?
  • patter Weak patter but finished strong.
  • patty But I thought the fool was in jest; but Patty she gave a cry as if a knife had gone through her heart.
  • pet The child was not merely a pet with him.
  • petite He wondered now at the preference of his friend for the petite black-haired model.
  • pitt It established cabinet government more firmly than ever, so that for the next seventeen years the real ruler of Great Britain was William Pitt .
  • pitted Now all these five were to shoot again, and they were to be pitted against five other of the Queen's choosing-men who had not yet shot upon that day.
  • plate "How did you feel about that silver plate that was bought with the price of your three children?
  • platte We reached the North Platte on Friday afternoon, July 21, spent Saturday in busy preparation, and early Sunday morning, six o'clock, the trumpets were sounding "the General," the universal army signal to strike your tent and march away.
  • poet "Not any, I thank you," replied the poet .
  • potent Where no one knows, or cares for, or respects any one else all must rank equal; no one's opinion can be more potent than that of another.
  • potted I've done some fair shooting in my day, said Agnew, but I never potted a goat in an eagle's nest.
  • prate
  • putt The engine coughed, sputtered, and then settled down to a steady putt -putt.
  • tate Then Master Hewlett's head was seen, and his steps heard as he tramped along the aisle and climbed up the gallery stairs, as the General Thanksgiving began, and there he shouted out the number of the Psalm, "new version," that is, from Brady and Tate , which every one had bound up with the Prayer-book.
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  • Panted "No-I don't think so," panted Polly.
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20 words made from the letters PATET

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