Correct spelling for ORDENATE

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Possible correct spellings for ordenate

  • Rodent(Definition of rodent)
  • A new species of the rodent pipestoneomys from the oligocene of nebraska.

  • Inordinate(Definition of inordinate)
  • So he compensated his boy with an inordinate amount of spoiling.

  • Ardent(Definition of ardent)
  • Therefore he repeated some especially ardent words, to which cleopatra listened with grateful joy.

  • Ordinate(Definition of ordinate)
  • In order to measure the acceleration we let the body drop alongside of a vertical measure set solidly on the ground; on this scale we read at every moment the figure that indicates the height, the only co-ordinate that is of importance in this rectilinear movement.

  • Donate(Definition of donate)
  • Therefore, a group o individual can receive blood only from a group o individual, but can donate blood to individuals of any abo blood group (i.

  • Ornate(Definition of ornate)
  • I quickened my pace, hurried faster and faster, turned suddenly to the left and found myself, excited and angry, in a light ornate doorway.

  • Coordinate(Definition of coordinate)
  • The appointment of a committee of the senate to confer immediately with the executive himself appears to lose sight of the coordinate relation between the executive and the senate which the constitution has established, and which ought therefore to be maintained.

  • Ordinates
  • He must-this hardly needs to be said-in calculating definite, particular cases make use of a chosen system of co-ordinates, but as he had no means of limiting his choice beforehand and in general, he had to reserve full liberty of action in this respect.

  • Denote(Definition of denote)
  • 2119, to denote loose, and the zig-zag marks to indicate tight places.

  • Orient(Definition of orient)
  • Finally, by fraternity grand orient masonry denotes the abolition of all national feeling.