What is the correct spelling for DADICATE?

This word (Dadicate) may be misspelled. Below you can find the suggested words which we believe are the correct spellings for what you were searching for. If you click on the links, you can find more information about these words.

Correct spelling for DADICATE

We think the word dadicate is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable.

Possible correct spellings for dadicate

  • addict Very different are they from those whom I have just been describing, who pretend to be wise when they are the reverse, for these high personages frankly and openly live a life of folly, and it is just that I should give them their due, and frankly and openly tell them so. They seem to regard it to be the duty of a king to addict himself to the chase; to keep up a grand stud of horses; to extract as much money as possible from the people; to caress by every means in his power the vulgar populace, in order to win their good graces, and so make them the subservient tools of his tyrannical behests.
  • dedicate As formerly, when I had been naughty and I invited her to share in my repentance, she used to join me in spiritual humility and solemnly dedicate herself to a better life; so now, when I was full of pride and ambition, she, too, felt the crown on her brows, and heard the applause of future generations murmuring in her ear.
  • dedicated The Venerable Bede, writing within a hundred years of the death of S. Augustine states that there was in 597 A.D. in Canterbury, a church "dedicated to the honour of S. Martin and built while the Romans still occupied Britain."
  • deduct 14,774. Did the agent ever seek to deduct the amount of his account at the Custom House?
  • delicate "I hear," goes on Lady Ligonier, after a few compliments on Alfieri's literary fame, "that you are attached to the Princess with whom you are travelling, whose amiable and clever physiognomy seems indeed formed for the happiness of a soul as sensitive and delicate as yours.
  • dictate Murder was of course never countenanced by Sinn Fein: but as regards resistance to constituted authority, there were two sides to the question and Sinn Fein was not at all inclined to allow the ecclesiastical authorities to dictate its policy.
  • medicate bougie Slender, flexible instrument introduced into body passages, to dilate, examine, or medicate.
  • rededicate Department of Health and Human Services states that for National Child Abuse Prevention Month, communities should rededicate themselves to being supportive of families, and play an active role in preventing child abuse and neglect as well as taking positive action to promote child and family well-being.
  • Dedicator Never poor Wight of a Dedicator had less hopes from his Dedication, than I have from this of mine; for it is written in a bye corner of the kingdom, and in a retir'd thatch'd house, where I live in a constant endeavour to fence against the infirmities of ill health, and other evils of life, by mirth; being firmly persuaded that every time a man smiles,-but much more so, when he laughs, it adds something to this Fragment of Life.
  • dedicates Whereas the magnificence of the Medicean rule during the life of Lorenzo appeared to have impressed Machiavelli strongly, for he frequently recurs to it in his writings, and it is to Lorenzo's grandson that he dedicates "The Prince."

92 words made from the letters dadicate

3 letter words made from dadicate:

eta, ded, aid, ted, tie, ida, tia, iaa, dia, dit, ate, ace, etc, ect, ade, eat, cat, dad, act, add, tad, ddt, ice, cia, tic, tea, cad, dat, dec, edd, tai, ada, die, tec, aec.

4 letter words made from dadicate:

5 letter words made from dadicate:

dedic, acide, taida, dited, diact, cedit, icade, idaea, aecia, taide, deida, cadet, aided, diate, tadid, caaed, etica, edict, cided, addai, actia, dated.

Misspelling of the day


  • accruments
  • bonier
  • bonner
  • bonnie
  • bonnier
  • bursted into song
  • conner
  • connie
  • crudding up
  • didst one own volition