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Correct spelling for FACLITATED
We think the word faclitated 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 faclitated
- Agitated(Definition of agitated)
- Facilitator(Definition of facilitator)
- Facilitate(Definition of facilitate)
- Flitted(Definition of Flitted)
Tested by its own laws, in all that facilitates and protects the hateful process of converting a man into a "chattel personal;" in all that stamps the law-maker, and law-upholder with meanness and hypocrisy, it certainly has no present rival of its "bad eminence," and we may search in vain the history of a world's despotism for a parallel.
The fact was, he felt both agitated and confused.
But you forget one thing; if art is not indigenous in our colder zone-ought we to abandon the hope that by long and affectionate care it will at last become acclimated?
They agreed that facilitated communication was not valid because the children with autism performed better on test questions only when the facilitator was also aware of the questions.
As regards poetry, such attempts, though they cannot possibly express the whole meaning of a poem, may do much to facilitate the poetic apprehension of that meaning.
This change facilitated the anglo-egyptian retreat.
His face with the light of the torch upon it appeared and vanished, and flitted before my eyes.