How to spell CATE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell cate correctly

  • ate So Chester ate it.
  • bate As he desisted, breathless and panting, he flung me up in the firelight before the eyes of them all, crying:- "It's Davy can bate me!"
  • cafe Now that it was cooler the people were taking the air, and gaily-dressed women sauntered up and down; and in front of a cafe, where there were a lot of little tables, some men were singing and playing guitars.
  • cage She was carrying the cage.
  • cake I am no cook, so I cannot tell you how to make such cake.
  • cane Even while Ratcliffe's hand was still on his shoulder he had raised his cane, and before the Secretary saw what was coming, the old man had struck him with all his force full in the face.
  • cape I used to have such lovely times at her house, summers, down on the Cape, before my sister died!
  • care What do I care for the world, if you are not well?
  • case You're on that case?"
  • caste How often one sees that in America, the land above others of social contrast, where, in the same family, there are often three separate degrees of caste.
  • cat The cat is as good as she knows how to be."
  • cater You cater for the castle then?
  • cave "Before I go I am going to do all that I can to wall up the mouth of the cave.
  • cite Allow me to cite one example among many others of the same nature.
  • cote It was full of large and small caves, which the first person who took possession of it had adapted to his own purposes: the largest with the natural chimney for the kitchen, the highest, as a dove-cote, the others for summer and winter storehouses.
  • crate I shall stand behind this crate, and do you conceal yourselves behind those.
  • cute " Cute little dears, aren't they," said Mrs. Bentley, as Bunny and his sister Sue went out of the room.
  • date It was one Saturday evening, a week or so before the date set for the wedding.
  • fate He knew now he must face his fate alone.
  • gate Say, Hans, is it true that a cruel enemy stands before the gate?
  • hate "I hope you'll do that; I hate the sight of him.
  • late "I do hope these children will not stay late.
  • mate He's been foragin' for his mate."
  • pate A shining bald pate, bowed over an open box, turned around and revealed a florid face, set with two small, twinkling blue eyes, as the proprietor, wiping his hands on his trousers, made his way to Buck's end of the bar.
  • rate He told me then to come over with him and see the house at any rate, and I did.
  • sate That cry came, faint and muffled, to the ears of Philip the Fourth, as he sate in his palace with his new minister.
  • tate The elderly woman's voice was soft and gentle, like a kindly auntie's.
  • Came He was out when I came.
  • Kate Kate broke up with her boyfriend of four years.
  • Cato In the war of the slaves, which took its name from Spartacus, their ringleader, Gellius was general, and Cato went a volunteer, for the sake of his brother Caepio, who was a tribune in the army.
  • Nate Nate just won the lottery.
  • cats The family had not eaten cats and dogs during the siege as, according to the newspapers, other people had done.
  • CATV Can you believe that cable TV is still a thing?
  • CATT And if you should be inclined to go in for an expedition, just send me a list of what you require, and I will tell you whether the plants are found along the route of travel and in the Savannah visited; as, for instance, Catt.

List of 11 words made from the word cate

3 letter words made from cate:

act, aec, ate, eat, eta, ace, tea, ect, cat, tec, etc.

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