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Correct spelling for ATATE

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Possible correct spellings for atate

  • abate Anything that's on, I'm to abate in.
  • acetate The cotton is first impregnated with a solution of lead acetate or nitrate, squeezed, and then passed through a solution of sodium sulphate or lime water to fix the lead on the fibre as sulphate or oxide of lead.
  • actuate -Good motives mostly actuate.
  • acute The political crisis became acute in July, when the majority of the Councils sought to force on the Directory Ministers who would favour moderate or royalist aims.
  • adage He thought of Queen Miranda, and of the adage, "put no trust in princes," and sighed deeply as he reflected what a bad sign of human nature it was-more particularly such handsome human nature-that she could, figuratively speaking, pat him on the back one moment, and kick him to the scaffold the next.
  • aerate
  • agate
  • agitate
  • amati
  • ante
  • astarte
  • astute
  • ate
  • atone
  • attar
  • date
  • elate
  • estate
  • etude
  • irate
  • mutate
  • notate
  • orate
  • ovate
  • rotate
  • state
  • stater
  • statue
  • tat
  • tate
  • tater
  • tote
  • Abated When you tell me "the Doctor thinks she is on the mending Hand," and "he hopes she will be cleverly in a Day or two," I am apt to conclude her Disorder had not much abated when you wrote.
  • STAT
  • ATTN
  • ATTY

8 words made from the letters atate

3 letter words made from atate:

eat, tet, eta, tat, tea, ate.

4 letter words made from atate:

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