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  • abduct The worthy maiden had persuaded her respected swain to abduct her from Hidvar, an enterprise which he had nobly performed while the lady of the house was travelling with her husband to Arad.
  • acquit For the very spot on the Capitol on which Manlius fought with the Gauls on that night was visible from the Forum, and the sight of it raised a strong feeling in his favour; while he himself pointed to it, and, with tears in his eyes, reminded them of how he had fought for them, so that his judges were at their wits' end, and often adjourned the trial, for they could not acquit him of a crime which was clearly proved against him, and yet they could not bring themselves to let the law take its course, when the scene before them reminded them constantly of his great exploit.
  • act Sonnets: 'Love in the Winds,' 'After Business Hours,' Act V from 'The Marriage of Guenevere.
  • acuity Visual acuity is a measure of the spatial resolution of the visual processing system.
  • acute At the time of his expedition the great question of slavery was acute; and if in the States next to be admitted to the Union slavery was to be prohibited, the time had come, so it seemed to this statesman of twenty-eight years, when the South must extend her boundaries, and for her slaves find an outlet in fresh territory.
  • adapt The librettist does not attempt to adapt Shakespeare's tragedy, but is content to take enough plot and situations for a conventional Italian libretto, and he succeeds in doing this very well.
  • addict In The Complete Chess Addict by Mike Fox and Richard James he was dubbed "the Bristol Sloth" due to his alleged extreme slowness.
  • adept On the contrary, if the cook be not so clever an adept in her art, then it will be requisite for the housekeeper to give more of her attention to the business of the kitchen, than in the former case.
  • adequate Advancement came to him steadily, and, although he was never rich, after the first few years of life in London, his income was always adequate to his moderate needs.
  • adjust We watched these proceedings in silence, then: "If you will allow me to adjust the candle, gentlemen," said Harley, "which has burned a little too low for my purpose, I shall proceed to the second part of this experiment."
  • admit I have to admit that I was repeating what I had read.
  • adopt Then I retired to bed again, feeling more than ever perplexed what course I should adopt.
  • adulate
  • audit
  • ducat
  • duct
  • edict
  • edit
  • educate
  • induct
  • viaduct
  • ADC In 1958, the 190th implemented the ADC Runway Alert Program, in which interceptors of the 190th FIS were committed to a five-minute runway alert, a task that would last until 1974.
  • EDT
  • ACCT International organization participation: ACCT, ACP, AfDB, AU, ECOWAS, Entente, FAO, FZ, G-24, G-77, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICCt (signatory), ICFTU, ICRM, IDA, IDB, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, ILO, IMF, IMO, Interpol, IOC, IOM, ITU, MIGA, NAM, OIC, OPCW, UN, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNIDO, UPU, WADB (regional), WAEMU, WCL, WCO, WFTU, WHO, WIPO, WMO, WToO, WTO
  • ADJ SLAKE, adj. slack, loose, B 1. m 1. 12. See SLAKKE.
  • DICT
  • ADVT
  • EDUC
  • adult

18 words made from the letters adukt

3 letter words made from adukt:

auk, dak, aku, tad, tau, dat, uta.

4 letter words made from adukt:

daut, duka, daku, kudt, taku, duta, tuak.

5 letter words made from adukt:

kudat, dukat, datuk, dutka.

Misspelling of the day


  • admits
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  • be at the bottom of
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  • being on case
  • breaks to smithereens
  • bring standstill
  • brings pressure to bear
  • bundles up