Correct spelling for ELINIATE

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Possible correct spellings for eliniate

  • Emanate(Definition of emanate)
  • Both the spirit which pursues them, and the positive measures which emanate from that spirit, are harsh and proscriptive beyond all precedent within my knowledge, except in periods of professed revolution.

  • Elicit(Definition of elicit)
  • Up the broad flight of shallow steps, monsieur the marquis, flambeau preceded, went from his carriage, sufficiently disturbing the darkness to elicit loud remonstrance from an owl in the roof of the great pile of stable building away among the trees.

  • Alienate(Definition of alienate)
  • I think there were few property owners in your day who would not very gladly have relinquished the right to alienate their property if they could have had it guaranteed indefeasibly to them and their children.

  • Eliminate(Definition of eliminate)
  • To eliminate the ego would not here be possible; for this would be both to eliminate the materials and to dry up the living spring of knowledge.

  • Elevate(Definition of elevate)
  • These reflections took their origin, without doubt, from my having spent almost all my life amidst those grand creations of nature, from which man continually derives sentiments that elevate him to the supreme being.

  • Elongate(Definition of elongate)
  • When growing on a support of limited area the zooecia are smaller and as a rule more elongate.

  • Delineate(Definition of delineate)
  • But the sutta pitaka is an attempt to delineate a personality as well as to record a doctrine.

  • Innate(Definition of innate)
  • Gossip, scandal of that nature, hints, silences, innuendoes, the wise shrugs of young girls oversophisticated, the cool, hard smiles of matrons, all had left her indifferent or bored, partly from distaste, partly from sheer incredulity; a refusal to understand, an innate delicacy that not only refrains from comprehension, but also denies itself even the curiosity to inquire or the temptation of vaguest surmise on a subject that could not exist for her.

  • Elate(Definition of elate)
  • The regions nearer drew, and raised resplendent to their hero's view rich nature's triple reign; for here elate she stored the noblest treasures of her state, adorn'd exuberant this her last domain, as yet unalter'd by her mimic man, sow'd liveliest gems, and plants of proudest grace, and strung with strongest nerves her animated race.

  • Elite(Definition of elite)
  • Out of the overalls and in his tight-fitting, belted green suit and long-visored green cap and flat russet shoes he looked too young and insouciant to be the sole owner-much less the proprietor-of anything so successful and established as the elite garage.