Correct spelling for APERCATE

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Possible correct spellings for apercate

  • Arrogate(Definition of arrogate)
  • Denis, however, had overcome this modesty, and felt not a whit too shamefaced to arrogate to his own learning and character the most unhesitating manifestation of their deference and respect, and they soon scrupled not to pay it.

  • Adequate(Definition of adequate)
  • It was altogether adequate for practical purposes, he argued, and so he lost little time in proceeding to new york, where he began a business career as a clerk in the office of the marine superintendent of a great coal-carrying railroad.

  • Specter(Definition of specter)
  • Apical(Definition of apical)
  • The microvilli that constitute the brush border have enzymes for this final part of digestion anchored into their apical plasma membrane as integral membrane proteins.

  • Aspect(Definition of aspect)
  • But a somewhat different aspect was given to these reflections by a letter which he found waiting for him in the library at whernside house.

  • Acute(Definition of acute)
  • He would not relieve his suffering at the expense of another, not if it were a hundred times more acute.

  • Appellate(Definition of appellate)
  • The court of appeal also exercises the lunacy jurisdiction of the lord chancellor, but in regard to this the jurisdiction of the court is for the most part original and not appellate.

  • Epcot
  • Upgrade(Definition of upgrade)
  • Allocate(Definition of allocate)
  • Many authors have conducted quantitative analyses which allocate emissions budgets , often simultaneously addressing disparities in historical ghg emissions between nations.

  • Appetite(Definition of appetite)
  • By means of the strong remedies i administered his health was speedily restored, his appetite returned, and he was soon able to set sail for france.

    Jaded heart I?ve lost my appetite And I can?t see An end in sight Oh won?t you bring back blue skys

    – Down With Love by Sophie Ellis Bextor
  • Agate
  • Should there be any doubt as to the purity of the water, boil it for twenty minutes, place in earthenware or agate vessels, cool, cover and lower the vessels down the well, or put them in the ice box, or some cool place for the water to get cold.

  • Arcade(Definition of arcade)
  • She saw him come out from beneath the arcade and walk slowly across the road to the little gate of the enclosure before the house of the priest.

  • Equate
  • Update(Definition of update)
  • Apricot
  • Whether its new wearer recognized or not its perfection of detail, she could but see that it suited her to a nicety, both in hue-a soft apricot shade-and in its absence of elaboration.

  • Operator(Definition of operator)
  • Overcoat(Definition of overcoat)
  • Operate(Definition of operate)
  • Uppercuts
  • Opiate(Definition of opiate)
  • Uppercut
  • Educate(Definition of educate)
  • When, a trembling orphan, i was thrown upon an unfeeling world, he alone of my numerous uncles, aunts, so-called friends and guardians, undertook to find me a comfortable and even luxurious home, and so to educate me that i might prove worthy of occupying the exalted position for which i am destined.

  • Ipecac(Definition of ipecac)
  • Uppercase(Definition of uppercase)