Correct spelling for INDEATD

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Possible correct spellings for indeatd

  • Antedate(Definition of antedate)
  • Yet the tendency of modern research is to prove the great antiquity of the american civilization as well as of the american people; and if either was drawn from a foreign source, it was at a time probably so remote as to antedate any old-world culture now existing, and to prevent any light being thrown on the offspring by a study of the parent stock; while if indigenous, little hope is afforded of following rationally their development through the political convulsions of the distant past down to even a traditionally historic epoch.

  • Indicted
  • But he was not indicted for heresy, nor any of his correspondents, so far as i am aware.

  • Indebted(Definition of indebted)
  • A soldier by profession, indebted to the sword for his throne, he would have a standing and paid force always at his hand, not one which had to be called from the plough spring by spring.

  • Indited(Definition of Indited)
  • 'have you heard aught of the friend in whose praise the verses were indited?' edward dyer asked.

  • Indeed(Definition of indeed)
  • Yes, indeed, and i'll tell you just what it is, mary!

  • Instead(Definition of instead)
  • Indite(Definition of indite)
  • This kind of writing is my pet aversion, i hate the slang, i hate the personalities, i loathe the aimless, reckless, loose dispersion, of every rhyme that in the singer's wallet is, i hate it as you hated the excursion, but, while no man a hero to his valet is, the hero's still the model; i indite the kind of rhymes that byron oft would write.

  • Indicated
  • Spent by his effort, de spain reached the rendezvous nan had indicated, as nearly as the stars would tell him, by ten o'clock.

  • Inducted
  • Art. 108. no enlisted man, lawfully inducted into the military service of the united states, shall be discharged from said service without a certificate of discharge, signed by a field officer of the regiment or other organization to which the enlisted man belongs or by the commanding officer when no such field officer is present; and no enlisted man shall be discharged from said service before his term of service has expired, except by order of the president, the secretary of war, the commanding officer of a department, or by a sentence of a general court-martial.

  • Instated
  • Undated(Definition of undated)
  • Ended(Definition of ended)
  • When the paraguayan war ended there were only 450 miles of railroad in the country.

  • Indent(Definition of indent)
  • The other side bore an indent which is known as the punch-mark.

  • Unedited(Definition of unedited)
  • Indented(Definition of indented)
  • Page 152 "come weal, come woe, we'll gather and go," line indented in original.