How Do You Spell OATES?

Correct spelling for the English word "oates" is [ˈəʊ_t_s], [ˈə͡ʊts], [ˈə‍ʊts]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of OATES

  1. English conspirator who claimed that there was a Jesuit plot to assassinate Charles II (1649-1705)

Common Misspellings for OATES

Below is the list of 259 misspellings for the word "oates".

Usage Examples for OATES

  1. Molyneux did not survive the year of the condemnation of his book; but, in spite of his fears, he spent five weeks with Locke at Oates in the autumn of the same year, his book surviving him, to attest his wonderful foresight as much as later events justified his spirited remonstrance. - "Books Condemned to be Burnt" by James Anson Farrer
  2. 1817.- R. H. Oates, Toronto. - "Toronto of Old" by Henry Scadding
  3. Mr. Oates writes from Kyeikpadein in Pegu:-" A nest of this bird was found on the 1st June, and another on 6th of the same month, each containing two fresh eggs. - "The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1" by Allan O. Hume
  4. Titus Oates, " the infamous," first entered at Caius 29th June 1667, migrating to St. John's, where he entered 2nd February 1668- 69. Thomas Baker for once abandons his decorous reticence and states of Oates: " He was a lyar from the beginning, he stole and cheated his taylor of a gown, which he denied with horrid imprecations, and afterwards at a communion, being admonisht and advised by his Tutor, confest the fact." - "St. John's College, Cambridge" by Robert Forsyth Scott