What is the correct spelling for PDATE?
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Correct spellings for PDATE
- dat Wait; you see, hear, all dat , now!"
- data There are many more "to the manor born" whose names it would be a pleasure to mention, but for lack of data which their friends or representatives have neglected or failed to furnish, we are compelled to forego any more extended notice.
- date He bought a New York Times, glancing first of all at the date line.
- dated Joseph E. Brown, and the following extracts are taken from my reply to him, dated Executive Department, Richmond, May 29, 1862. I propose, from my high respect for yourself and for other eminent citizens who entertain opinions similar to yours, to set forth somewhat at length my own views on the power of the Confederate Government over its own armies and the militia, and will endeavor not to leave without answer any of the positions maintained in your letters.
- dote She'll so fool her husband that he'll just dote on her.
- padded Bat Scanlon sat quietly listening; there was something forlorn and sunken in the way his big frame rested in the padded chair, and the expression on his face was one of almost despair.
- padre What do you want of Padre Hypolito?
- parted It is hard to be parted for so long, and I weary, oh, how I weary for you sometimes.
- paste Get a little flour, and mix it with salt and water into a stiff paste , like clay.
- pat Pat and Miles were conversing together in tones of laboured mystery, a device certain to arrest Pixie's vivid attention.
- pate Sam scratched his woolly pate , and gave a hitch to his pantaloons, as he had a habit of doing when his mind was perplexed.
- peat Waste lands were moors bristling with brushwood, or gorse, heather and wanton weeds, reed-coated marshes, quaking peat -bogs, or woods grown haphazard on sand or rock.
- plate "Indeed, indeed," replied an eager and earnest voice, which Clarence recognized as Talbot's, "this is all the money I have in the house,-the plate is above,-my servant has the key,-take it,-take all,-but save his life and mine."