How Do You Spell SEDATE?

Correct spelling for the English word "sedate" is [s_ɪ_d_ˈeɪ_t], [sɪdˈe͡ɪt], [sɪdˈe‍ɪt]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of SEDATE

  1. characterized by dignity and propriety

Common Misspellings for SEDATE

Below is the list of 318 misspellings for the word "sedate".

Usage Examples for SEDATE

  1. Yes, she used to dash downstairs, like a child, and yet in those days she had thought herself so sedate and mature! - "The Old Wives' Tale" by Arnold Bennett
  2. They become more sensible and sedate before they get through the first five years of their apprenticeship, after which they attain to the rank of clerks. - "Hudson Bay" by R.M. Ballantyne
  3. The Gloames, whether wild or sedate, had always been famous for the warmth of their hearts. - "Her Weight in Gold" by George Barr McCutcheon
  4. But no sooner had they received the paternal embraces upon the deck than the virtue of happiness went out of them; and they became sedate little Sitkans, whose dignity belied the riotous spirit that had made them the life of the ship on the way up. - "Over the Rocky Mountains to Alaska" by Charles Warren Stoddard
  5. When the Desembargador had despatched the soldiers in pursuit of the fugitives, he had also ordered the Notary, Senhor de Leiro, to accompany them, an office that respectable personage was not very well qualified to perform, seeing that, although his fingers, from constant practice, were active and pliant, his legs, as for many years they had never moved faster than a sedate walk, were very far from being so. - "The Prime Minister" by W.H.G. Kingston