How to spell DEATE correctly?

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  • ate As for me, I remembered that little girls should be seen and not heard, so I said nothing, and ate the nicest cake for fear Mrs. West might get it.
  • dad What's happened to Dad?
  • dante One event occurred during Dante's youth, in which he is so generally believed to have borne a part, that it will probably come as a shock to many people to learn that this belief rests only on the statement of a writer who was not born till nearly fifty years after Dante's death.
  • dart "But he'll probably start at twenty, so I may as well have a dart.
  • darter I lives in Primrose Court, Great Queen Street, an' my reg'lar perfession is a-sellin' coffee "so airly in the mornin'," and I've got a darter as ain't quite so 'ansom as me, bein' the moral of her father.
  • dat Dat feed, spread out, would a lasted me clean to Sain' Paul.
  • data We just don't have the data."
  • date I want the exact date of the very last occasion."
  • dated This is dated July 14th, 1841-only three days before the appearance of the paper.
  • ddt However, the bathing and fumigations, which later used insecticides and DDT continued into the 1950s.
  • dead And more than that: he is dead and I am still true to him.
  • deaden It was a poor day for hunting, for the eye could not see forty yards; but it suited my purpose, since the dull air would deaden the noise of my musket.
  • dear "I don't know, Ted, dear.
  • death The end of life is death.
  • debate The debate was carried all through that week.
  • debater Lord Marshmoreton seized his advantage with the skill of an adroit debater.
  • debt "And"-aloud-"and I've run into debt, and I've-oh, I can't tell you any more; I don't want you to hate me!"
  • decade How many men and women in the past decade gladly offered and not infrequently lost their lives in the cause of freedom, or justice, or science?
  • deed It was a wonderful deed which he had done.
  • deft A few deft strokes of the keen blade, and Dave, like himself, was free.
  • deity "Speak," continued the unknown deity who appeared to reign in that place.
  • delete I'd like to delete this email.
  • demote
  • denote This is a pencil I use to denote my points in class.
  • dent
  • depute He was appointed to the council but was deputed to the village assembly.
  • deter
  • deviate
  • devote I devote my life to pleasing my god.
  • diet
  • dilate My eyes dilated when I saw the bear.
  • donate Please donate any unused products.
  • dot In mathematics, a dot is a symbol used to indicate a point, calculated value, or other entity.
  • dote She doted on him as a child, and he never stopped thanking her for it.
  • duet
  • eat I'm going to eat the whole sandwich.
  • eater
  • heated
  • seated The woman was seated in the red rocking chair.
  • sedate She was feeling a bit sedate after the drinks.
  • tat She chose that outfit to show off her Tat tat.
  • tate Your father always reprimanded you for your lack of manners, but you knew that he hated tate the most.
  • tater I love eating taters.
  • teat My mother forgot to get me a pacifier, so I'll have to suck on my dad's teat instead.
  • tet My aunt has a tetrad of cats.
  • Dater Mount Farrell is a mountain over 2,600 metres (8,500 ft) high, rising just northwest of Dater Glacier and about 13 nautical miles (24 km) east of Mount Shear, in the Sullivan Heights on the east side of Sentinel Range in the Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica.
  • Dealt
  • Dieter
  • Doter Doter is a search engine that offers personalized results.
  • DEA Estate of Dea. Jacob Loud, by John J. Loud, Ex. 598.85 -----
  • Dee I'm Dee, what's your name?
  • dates I begin with a little cold tea, and then eat a few dates.
  • DRAT I absolutely DRAT that plan went awry.
  • DEPT
  • deader My aunt is really deader than a doornail.
  • defter I'm going to get some defter fabric to make my new dress.

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