Correct spelling for ADQUITE
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Possible correct spellings for adquite
- abduct The Sun courted Water, Earth's loveliest daughter, And strove to abduct her in vain: For, when he had caught her, And to the clouds brought her, Home she came running in rain.
- acquit In short, they would judge of his moral intent from all the circumstances of the case, and acquit him, if they had any reasonable doubt that he knew that he was committing a crime.
- acquitted When Birchill was acquitted at the trial his first thought would be to wreak vengeance on Hill.
- actuate My agitation on Sunday week during and after your departure called forth reflections which actuate my present conduct.
- acuity In a study performed on 53 children who had amblyopia due to anisometropia, surgical correction of the anisometropia followed by strabismus surgery if required led to improved visual acuity and even to stereopsis in many of the children (see: Refractive surgery#Children).
- acute This furious denunciation was drowned in uproar; the anxious girl heard seats overturned, and the yells and shouts of furious combatants; the suffering youth meanwhile moaned with anguish, and an expression of acute pain was stamped on his handsome features.
- addict In August 2017, an 18-year-old Internet addict, Li Ao, was found dead with 20 external scars and bruises two days after his parents sent him to a military-style boot camp in Fuyang city, Anhui Province.
- addicted From being a headquarters for Easterners who wanted to hunt in a wild country, it had become a kind of refuge to which wealthy and distracted parents sent such of their offspring as were over-addicted to strong drink.
- adequate Also there was food, and adequate water, and the temperature was admirably controlled.
- adequately But Bach's works unfortunately are rarely heard nowadays; for the number of persons capable of playing them adequately is at best inconsiderable.
- adjudge Fortunately legislation is unnecessary: "The inhabitants of a small parish living with some degree of that simplicity which best corresponds with the real nature and wants of a human being, would soon be led to suspect that general laws were unnecessary and would adjudge the causes that came before them not according to certain axioms previously written, but according to the circumstances and demand of each particular cause."
- adjure By the glorious star of England, Shining mast-high o'er all oceans; In the name of France the glorious; In the world-proud name of Europe; Whence you draw your great traditions; I adjure you trust your country!
- adjust Gradually all the untoward circumstances of his life seemed to adjust themselves anew.
- adjuster Single disk brake 1949-04-12 US 2485032 Bryant Brake apparatus 1949-10-08 US 2544849 Martin Hydraulic brake automatic adjuster 1951-03-13 US 2591793 Dubois Device for adjusting the return travel of fluid actuated means 1952-04-08 US 2746575 Kinchin Disc brakes for road and other vehicles 1956-05-22 ES 195467Y Sanglas Freno de disco para motociclos 1975-07-16
- admit He also had to admit that success had in no wise spoilt her, that it probably never would.
- adroit One of the most adroit and keen logicians in the House, he is skillful in making nice distinctions, and in setting the arguments of his adversary to devouring each other.
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Misspelling of the day
- a far cry from