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Correct spelling for COALATE
We think the word coalate 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 coalate
- Jolter(Definition of Jolter)
- Chocolate(Definition of chocolate)
- Coulter(Definition of coulter)
- Cole(Definition of cole)
- Cobalt(Definition of cobalt)
- Calcite(Definition of calcite)
- Cola(Definition of cola)
- Coated(Definition of coated)
- Coagulate(Definition of coagulate)
- Collard(Definition of collard)
- Cleat(Definition of cleat)
- Collude(Definition of collude)
- Clatter(Definition of clatter)
- Koala(Definition of koala)
- Collide(Definition of collide)
- Collage(Definition of collage)
- Colt(Definition of colt)
- Jolt(Definition of jolt)
- Acolyte(Definition of acolyte)
- Galatea(Definition of galatea)
- Collator(Definition of Collator)
- Late(Definition of late)
- Collocate(Definition of collocate)
- Cold(Definition of cold)
- Coat(Definition of coat)
- Coal(Definition of coal)
- Locate(Definition of locate)
- Cooled(Definition of cooled)
- Chalet(Definition of chalet)
- Called(Definition of called)
- Collate(Definition of collate)
- Cote(Definition of cote)
- Palate(Definition of palate)
- Cult(Definition of cult)
- Correlate(Definition of correlate)
From white's chocolate-house, which afterwards became the famous club, came mr. isaac bickerstaff's "accounts of gallantry, pleasure, and entertainment."
The lamia bore a coiled snake with the head, arms and bust of a woman.
"i want to introduce my friend, david cole," said gordon; "he's a writer of charming novels."
They have certain peculiar mineralogic associations-the ores containing large quantities of all the common copper oxide minerals, and a number of rare oxide minerals of copper, lead, silver, and cobalt, together with gypsum, sulphur, and much iron and manganese oxide.
Quartz, fluor-spar, barytes, calcite, &c. are among the commonest vein-minerals, and with these are frequently associated ores of various metals.
Signor, said the youth, gravely, know in me the messenger of cola di rienzi, tribune of rome, charged with letters to many a baron and prince in the ways between rome and naples.
He then rode to the front; and, as the gray-coated figure passed along those imposing lines, the enthusiasm found vent in one rolling roar of "vive l'empereur," which was wafted threateningly to the thinner array of the allies.
Poisons which coagulate the blood, instead of tearing the membranes, are opium, hemlock, henbane, aconite, and several others.
Brassica juncea (especially the seeds) is more pungent than greens from the closely related brassica oleracea (kale, broccoli, and collard greens), and is frequently mixed with these milder greens in a dish of "mixed greens".
A stud on the other side, and this cleat will do to make the sheet fast to by one turn on either tack.
He was still in his shirt, and bareheaded; but as he spoke one of several onlookers, whom the clatter of steel had drawn to the spot, brought his coat and waistcoat, and held them while he put them on.
Clipping can also be used for artistic purposes as in collage.
283. calder, admiral sir robert, iii.
The 1909–10 colgate radiers men's basketball team represented colgate university during the 1909–10 college mens basketball season.
That which the church granted to her pliant acolyte-chaplains-freedom from excommunication, the dwellers in the alps had sometimes ventured to bestow upon themselves on their own authority in moments of power.
Then cool the milk quickly by putting the bottles first in lukewarm water and then in cold water.
I am used to that from trude-but what are you doing in that white coat?"
Barebone rode on, alone, through the deserted vineyards, of which the scent, like that of a vinery in colder lands, was heavy and damp.
The st. paul was therefore ordered to key west, instructions being telegraphed there to coal her full immediately on arriving.
Claude turned rather brusquely round to face the fire.
Vilquin has been petty enough to build a high wall on the side toward the orchard and kitchen garden; and in consequence of this piece of spite, the few square feet which the lease secured to the chalet resembled a parisian garden.
Nancy called out to her friends, and they ran to meet her.
He informed me that the question of my being coaled by the dockyards had been referred by telegraph to london.
"it wasn't funny, colette," he said wistfully, and he proceeded to relate the history of the hat as he had heard it from the bishop that day.