Correct spelling for ADAPED

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Possible correct spellings for adaped

  • Adopter
  • Both in germany and france the adopted child remains a member of his original family, and acquires no rights in the family of the adopter other than that of succession to the person adopting.

  • Adapt
  • He said he would prefer a boy, as he would be more ready to adapt himself to his wishes."

  • Adapted
  • He explained to me the method of fighting adopted by the western cavalry, which he said was admirably adapted for this country; but he denied that they could, under any circumstances, stand a fair charge of regular cavalry in the open.

  • Adapts
  • A disciple of sartor resartus would be very likely to conclude that, until american rowing adapts itself to the english costume, it must continue to be-except for the fortunate few-the bare, unkindly sport it has always been.

  • Taped
  • He taped his tail down everyday, but still they wouldn't let him play.

  • Aped
  • Ephialtes high on shoulders of his brother otos waved for the bull-bellowings given to grand good news, compact, complexioned in his gleeful roar while otos aped the prisoner's wrists and knees, with doleful sniffs between recurrent howls; till gaea's lap receiving them, they stretched, and both upon her bosom shaken to speech, burst the hot story out of throats of both, like rocky head-founts, baffling in their glut the hurried spout.

  • Doped
  • He's got it doped out that everybody's agin him.

  • Added
  • As the years passed, during which she added little to her asset of knowledge, this art of fine speech gradually, but relentlessly, degenerated, and step by step she slipped down the paths of delicacy and fineness, through the selfishness of her insistent talkativeness.

  • Adapter
  • The adapter, being well acquainted with the novel, rarely succeeds in forgetting that the general public is not, and he almost invariably assumes that the audience will supply from memory matters that he has left out. in the case of most adapted plays events that appear utterly improbable to those ignorant of the novel seem quite likely to the people who have read it and can supply the missing facts which explain the improbable matters.

  • Adopt
  • Mr. william denny stated, after the scheme had been nearly seven years in operation, that in that time as many as 196 awards had been given for inventions which were thought useful to adopt, that three times that number had been submitted for consideration, and that besides being beneficial in causing so many useful improvements to be made, the scheme had the effect of making the workmen of all departments into active thinking and planning beings instead of mere flesh and blood machines.

  • Duped
  • Fool'd, duped, and triumph'd over in the hour of mine own victory!

  • Adopted
  • Doctor peter unhesitatingly and warmly upheld his adopted country against secession.

  • Adept
  • The latter, it appears, is a cross between a guerilla and a horse thief, and, even by his adjutant-general's account, he seems to be an equal adept at both professions.