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  • abide The modern principle of loyalty to a sovereign is that which, having decided in favor of monarchical government and of an hereditary succession, resolves to abide by that choice, and for the sake of the principle and of the country to pay all respect and homage to the person of the chosen ruler.
  • abode Come, take up thine abode in my house!
  • added I don't know why I've told you," she added.
  • addle See how the old fox teacheth the young cub to worry a sheep; or rather sits himself, like an old goose, hatching the addle brain of Master Amoretto.
  • adduce We need not adduce examples of magnificence like the appearance of the pyramids, a tropical light; of a famous work of art, a storm at sea, etc.
  • adze To build these boats, and the smaller kinds of canoes;-to build their houses, and finish the slight furniture they contain;-to fell, cleave, carve, and polish timber for various purposes;-and, in short, for every conversion of wood-the tools they make use of are the following: an adze of stone; a chisel or gouge of bone, generally that of a man's arm between the wrist and elbow; a rasp of coral; and the skin of a sting-ray, with coral sand as a file or polisher.
  • aide One of my officers copied them unknown to him, but his aide-de-camp allowed everybody to read them.
  • aided Among them were Mitre, Vicente Lopez, Sarmiento, Valera, and Echeverria, who share the honour of establishing civil government in Buenos Aires, and who aided Urquiza in preventing South America from becoming a military empire, and in uniting the Argentine province into a stable nation.
  • allude I allude to the structure built by Vespasian, A.D. 78, to contain the documents relating to his restoration of the city of Rome.
  • amide Thus, the two substrates of this enzyme are monocarboxylic acid amide and H2O, whereas its two products are monocarboxylate and NH3.
  • anode One of the aluminum foils, the anode, is etched (roughened) to increase the surface and oxidized (formed).
  • ante Furnes, in short, is an epitome, and I think a very charming one, of all that is most characteristic in Flanders; and not the less charming because here the strong currents of modern life that throb through Ghent and Antwerp extend only to its threshold in the faintest of dying ripples, and because you do not need to be told that in its town hall may still be seen hangings of old Spanish leather, and that the members of the Inquisition used to meet in the ante-chamber of the first floor of its Palais de Justice, in order to throw yourself back in memory to those old days of Lowland greatness from whose struggles Holland emerged victorious, but into which Belgium, for the time, sank back oppressed.
  • aside As she caught his eye, she blushed deeply and turned aside.
  • astute Barham was far too astute to play into Napoleon's hands, and by blindly following his enemy's lead to be jockeyed into sacrificing the position which his enemy wished to secure.
  • ate The last act of the fall of Anahuac was as the first had been, dog still ate dog, leaving the goodly spoil to the lion who watched.
  • atone Mrs. March gave him a glance of silent contempt, and he hastened to atone for his stupidity.
  • attach She had been instructed in the Grecian learning, was of a gentle temper, and, by her father Artabazus, royally descended, which good qualities, added to the solicitations and encouragement of Parmenio, as Aristobulus tells us, made him the more willing to attach himself to so agreeable and illustrious a woman.
  • attache The Ambassador was at his desk in his private office, and Renwick went in to him immediately, the grave faces of his Chief and Captain Otway, the military attache, assuring him that his information had already been received and discussed.
  • attack "Then there's no use in beginning an attack, for you really have no powder.
  • attain But to attain this goal we need the imperial protection, the watchful power of a great and friendly ruler.
  • attar Two are traceable exclusively to the influence of the Mantik ut-tair of Ferid ud din Attar.
  • attend "I'll attend to you, sir," Pennington replied, and he turned to enter Mayor Poundstone's little flivver.
  • attendee
  • attest
  • attic
  • attica
  • attila
  • attire
  • attired
  • attitude
  • attlee
  • attune
  • attuned
  • audit
  • endue
  • etude
  • outdo
  • statue
  • tate
  • tide
  • undue
  • ETD
  • Addie On March 24, 1864, I took letters to post-office, and found one from our dear friend, Addie Johnson, assistant matron of Soldiers' Home, in Columbus, Kentucky.
  • Artie "Well, whatever it is," said Artie, "it's lucky for me that you tied it just under the cabin window, because I fell into it-I fell in good and hard."
  • ATTN
  • ATTY

37 words made from the letters attdue

3 letter words made from attdue:

ade, ted, dat, tet, due, tat, tad, tea, uta, ute, tau, ate, eat, tdt, eta.

5 letter words made from attdue:

teuta, duett, audet, dutta.

4 letter words made from attdue:

duet, tute, duta, date, tted, daut, uate, tate, teat, tetu, taue, deut, tatu, taut, dutt, etau.

6 letter words made from attdue:

tauted, tatued.

Misspelling of the day


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