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Correct spelling for POAITIVE
We think the word poaitive 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 poaitive
- Pate(Definition of pate)
- Potpie(Definition of potpie)
- Captive(Definition of captive)
- Motive(Definition of motive)
- Palliative(Definition of palliative)
- Sportive(Definition of sportive)
- Paiute(Definition of paiute)
- Purgative(Definition of purgative)
- Positive(Definition of positive)
- Dative(Definition of dative)
- Votive(Definition of votive)
- Poitier(Definition of poitier)
- Passive(Definition of passive)
- Partitive(Definition of partitive)
- Punitive(Definition of punitive)
- Pave(Definition of pave)
- Native(Definition of native)
The names of some of them, too, are to be found in the texts of the later pate-sis of that city, so that it may be concluded that in course of time they were rebuilt and restored to their former splendour.
Astonishment and delight held his electrified audience captive as he painted the increasing infringements of the hirelings of the crown in bold and glowing colors.
They had looked for a motive, and could not find one.
Some practitioners recommend puncturing the rumen or paunch; but there is always great danger attending it, and at best it is only a palliative: the process of fermentation will continue while the materials still remain in the paunch.
There is a paiute proverb to the effect that no man should attempt the country east of the sierras until he has learned to sleep in the shade of his arrows.
-the r is no part of the original word, but the sign of the dative case.
This silence was less the effect of their passive obedience to the intentions of the monarch, than the result of the lessons taught by experience.
The name "general locatives" is sometimes used of the essive and translative cases (as well as partitive above) because their oldest meanings imply that they have been used to indicate location.
I am a native, and have got countrymen.