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Correct spelling for EXIATED
We think the word exiated 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 exiated
- Exulted(Definition of Exulted)
- Exalted(Definition of exalted)
- Expiate(Definition of expiate)
- Equated(Definition of Equated)
You must not think that i was nervous, captain; i was very excited only."
The stalks must be nine inches long, and the flower's nearly as big as a lent lily, exulted ulyth.
Also in september 2010, the company renamed itself blurtit limited and exited all non q&a operations.
Recalled to the presence of his god, in the fulfilment of a holy enterprise, barbarossa, we may hope, expiated the errors of his past life, and was vouchsafed the forgiveness of his sins.
His pride, the only sentiment through which man can long be exalted, would make him happy in this triumph for the rest of his life.
"we expiate the happiness of ten years in ten minutes," she heard the duchess say.
Contemporary biodiversity physics is "firmly fixated on the visible [macroscopic] world".
Do believe that to value your affection and to love you back again are parts of our life, and that it must be always delightful to us to read in your handwriting or to hear in your voice that we are not exiled from your life.
The word "dee" seems widely and almost universally to have meant good or divine, and it may no doubt be equated with the "saint day" who figures so prominently in place-names, and the christian calendar.
The sweet perfumes that exuded from her ample draperies filled my nostrils.
In this emergency the governor exerted himself to the utmost, and thanks to the largely-extra pay that was offered, captain len guy procured his full tale of seamen.
To punish them, a thousand talents, twenty thousand oxen, three hundred bags of gold dust, and considerable advances of grain had been exacted from them, and the chiefs of the tribes had been crucified or thrown to the lions.
It may be that, derived from this source, the western tower superseded the porch, and, where porches existed, they were adapted to the new fashion.