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Possible correct spellings for ocate

  • Arcade
  • Beyond, masses of trees were visible, looking almost black against the intense, blinding pallor of wall, villa and arcade, the intense blue above.

  • Ovate
  • Vacate
  • Acute
  • Mr. flack was acute enough for an important observation: he cherished it and promised himself to bring it to the notice of his clinging charges.

  • Abate
  • With the reformation, however, the contagion was shortly to abate.

  • Octal
  • Oct
  • Opiate
  • Octane
  • Acct
  • International organization participation: abeda, acct (associate), afdb, afesd, al, amf, amu, ccc, ebrd, eca, fao, g-77, iaea, ibrd, icao, icc, icftu, icrm, ida, idb, ifad, ifc, ifrcs, iho (pending member), ilo, imf, imo, intelsat, interpol, ioc, iom, iso, itu, nam, oas (observer), oau, oic, opcw, osce (partner), un, unctad, unesco, unhcr, unido, upu, who, wipo, wmo, wtoo, wtro

  • Cat
  • Come, you don't want to have any quarrel with a black cat."

  • Cute
  • How strange it is that some folks are as soft as putty on some subjects and real cute on others.

  • Gate
  • Indeed, if looks could have killed us i am sure that we should all have been dead before ever we reached the gate of mur.

  • Octet
  • Coat
  • Tripot came lightly upon tiptoe and removed the black coat of the merchant fromery.

  • Ornate
  • Skate
  • Kate
  • Kate looked at her with astonished eyes.

  • Octave
  • Cote
  • According to the journal del debats for oct 1st, 1867, the department of the cote d'or paid in the year 1866 eighteen thousand francs for the destruction of vipers.

  • Act
  • So now's the time to act and settle matters, as i say, once for all.

  • Hecate
  • With hollow cheeks, and white wool thinly set over her temples, with long shrivelled arms outstretched beyond the scant rag of garment which the plunderers had permitted to remain upon her shoulders, she looked like some african hecate, suddenly exorcised for the occasion.

  • Scat
  • Equate
  • Anti-cult captivity narratives which attempt to equate difference with abuse, or to invoke a victim paradigm, may sometimes be criticized as unfair by scholars who believe that research into religious movements should be context-based and value-free.

  • Ate
  • On entering the one room which the toussaints occupied, the room where they ate and slept, the visitors found the mechanician seated on a low chair near the table.

  • Orate
  • Oat
  • Elate
  • 'my heart is too elate for the body to need relief,' said the emir.

  • Locate
  • He must locate the people who, provincial ignorance said, are near him.

  • Catt
  • It isn't fair- tabitha catt!

  • Cato
  • Upon which cato's companions burst out into laughter, but cato said only, "alas, poor city!"

  • Agate
  • Chinese, japanese, philippine islanders, madagascans, central africans, algerine arabs, mexicans, paraguayans, siamese, tahitians, south american indians, mongols, malays, tartars, turcomans, as well as the nations of europe and the chief nations of southern asia, all have their smoking-pipes, plain or ornate, as the case may be, and made of wood, reeds, bamboo, bone, ivory, stone, earthenware, glass, porcelain, amber, agate, jade, precious metals and common metals, according to the civilization of the country and the pecuniary means of the smoker.

  • Cater
  • All of them buy his paper to hear the latest news told in a way that interests them, and he has to cater to each and to all of them.

  • Irate
  • The remainder of that night was spent by pilot and his irate master in the great hay bin of the "elm bluff" stables.

  • O'casey
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