How to spell CUATE correctly?

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  • acute The determination to conquer sin, give it a death thrust, mingled with His acute consciousness of that through which He must go in the doing of it, wrote deep marks on His face.
  • ate He set to and ate his own and Said's share in the bargain.
  • cad I thought I could, but the cad went back on me.
  • cart Leave him to me while you two push on with his mate; then one of you can get back with the spring-cart before sundown; but trust me to look after him till you do."
  • carter It's very good of you, Mr. Carter.
  • caste In a couple of words, he is a moral half-caste, not quite a fraud, nor entirely genuine.
  • cat How I do hate to see that woman going about like a great black cat.
  • cater I have come to the conclusion, that lovers of romance, and those who cater for them, writing tales of fiction, have mistaken their vocation.
  • catty 16 Taels = 1 Catty; 10 Catties = 1 Chinanta; 10 Chinantas = 1 Picul.
  • cause
  • chute
  • coat
  • coated
  • cot
  • cote The coat is black and has a cote.
  • court She was found guilty of court harassment.
  • crate
  • crater
  • create
  • ct I need to contact my dentist.
  • cud
  • cue He was giving the cue for the other actor to enter the scene.
  • cult The cult of personality around the president is terrifying.
  • curate I curate an art exhibit featuring local artists.
  • curt I would rather be curt than cross with her.
  • custer The battle of the Little Bighorn was a decisive victory for General Custer and the US 7th Cavalry over a
  • cut I always cut my nails short.
  • cute Even though she was born with a deformity, she is still quite cute.
  • cutter I need a cutter for this paper.
  • cwt A kilo of wool is now worth about seventy-five hundred British pounds.
  • equate I can't equate my feelings for you with my feelings for my other friend.
  • gate I need to open the gate to get to my car.
  • gut
  • jut My shirt is tighter than your jut ass!
  • jute
  • quart
  • quarter
  • quite I found the essay quite convincing.
  • quote "I never said one thing and meant another," said Mrs. Bennet.
  • saute
  • ute The ute was full of petrol so he decided to take the bus.
  • Kate
  • Cato Hereupon Cato stopped, and after a little pause, gave orders to return back immediately; at which the company seeming to wonder, "Don't you know," said he, "how dangerous of itself the madness of Metellus is?
  • Katie My best friend Katie is moving away soon.
  • cuts
  • cats They came at me like wild cats, and how I got off is a mystery.
  • GTE
  • CATV
  • CATT The convention of 1898 was called October 4, 5, at Minneapolis, with Mrs. Chapman Catt in attendance.
  • CUED I felt so CUED when I discovered the bill was counterfeit.
  • cuter I prefer cuter animals.
  • Cutie

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