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Correct spelling for APPECATE
We think the word appecate is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for appecate
- Allocate(Definition of allocate)
- Acute(Definition of acute)
- Appetite(Definition of appetite)
- Appellate(Definition of appellate)
- Arcade(Definition of arcade)
- Aspect(Definition of aspect)
- Uppercase(Definition of uppercase)
- Operate(Definition of operate)
- Opiate(Definition of opiate)
- Apposite(Definition of apposite)
- Appealed(Definition of Appealed)
- Specter(Definition of specter)
Almaty the marathon is one of the first charitable marathons that allocate raised funds to help sick people.
At first the change in sue puzzled and discouraged him; then, as his acute mind sought her motives, a rosy light began to dawn upon him.
"nowhere; i have no appetite.
Oh throbbing appetite Hot silky springtime burning bright– Blossom by hot water music
He shot again and grazed an agate, shouting "dubs!"
If competent men will not ordinarily go on the bench of an appellate court, unless by way of promotion, until they have accumulated a sufficient fortune to make them comfortable in old age, then as competent men will usually, in one way or another, be selected, and as few of these are men who from their youth have been occupying judicial positions, the judges will usually be possessed of some independent means.
Morok was appeased, and said to sleepinbuff in a hoarse voice: "do you think me a coward?"
"well," exclaimed that lady when he appeared before her, "lunch has been waiting ten minutes or more."
Have you appealed to the president?