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Correct spelling for DICTOATOR
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Possible correct spellings for dictoator
- Dictate(Definition of dictate)
- Decorator(Definition of decorator)
- Dictator(Definition of dictator)
When pressure was brought to bear upon him to return to clarke's, he was in a position to dictate his own terms.
Such a conduct as the facts stated in the declaration gave room to expect is that which true wisdom would have dictated under the impression of those genuine feelings.
Mrs. haughton wished it altered; but as the new york renovator or decorator condescended to say: 'if done over, it would be really quite pretty,' she yielded to my wish; i knew, dear, your love for at as it is.
But he soon raised the fanatics and dictators against him, by calling the government to sentiments of moderation, compassion, and justice.
In short, the people of the united states will need to understand, not only what righteousness dictates, but what power, military and naval, requires, in order duly to assert itself.
By a curious chance those that were thus summoned were all to be members of the party that was opposed to messer simone, and would include all those youths who, like guido cavalcanti and dante alighieri, had incurred the special detestation of the would-be dictator.