Correct spelling for APPERITATE

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Possible correct spellings for apperitate

  • Apatite(Definition of apatite)
  • Recently it has been shown that biomimetic bone like apatite inhibits formation of bone through endochondral ossification pathway via hyperstimulation of extracellular calcium sensing receptor.

  • Appreciated
  • Ah, boy, lincoln appreciated the support we gave him in those awful days of the war, and karl showed me the reply lincoln sent to the general council thanking them for it.

  • Aspirated(Definition of Aspirated)
  • Originally barber had planned on using small displacement naturally aspirated 1,600 cc dodge engines, but was talked into using turbocharged saab engines instead.

  • Predate(Definition of predate)
  • Although there are stone buildings—like göbekli tepe in modern turkey—which predate them, the chambered long barrows constitute humanitys first widespread tradition of construction using stone.

  • Operate(Definition of operate)
  • "the general is expecting a decisive battle, and intends for the purpose to co-operate with the army of general hunter.

  • Aperitif
  • Chocolate liqueur can be consumed straight, as an after dinner drink rather than as aperitif.

  • Operated
  • And in fact, when henry v himself had ascended the throne, an outbreak did occur, in which these causes co-operated.

  • Appetite(Definition of appetite)
  • The early symptoms are a falling off in appetite, high fever, dulness, diarrhoea and weakness.

  • Appreciate(Definition of appreciate)
  • To thoroughly appreciate the truth of this view, one must feel intensely the indignity of our social wrongs; one's very being must throb with the pain, the sorrow, the despair millions of people are daily made to endure.

  • Aerated(Definition of aerated)
  • =mitchell, c. a. mineral and aerated waters.

  • Apostate(Definition of apostate)
  • Although he may fall short of those very considerable personages in the more active properties which characterize the rat and the apostate, i suspect that even you, their historian, will confess that he surpasses them in the more peculiarly legitimate qualification of intolerable dulness.

  • Irritate(Definition of irritate)
  • Beppo, within his own bosom, immediately ascribed to his sagacious instinct the mere spirit of opposition and dislike to serve any one save his own young mistress which had caused him to irritate the signora and be on his guard.