Correct spelling for DEIDCATED
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Possible correct spellings for deidcated
- dedicate To the memory of that happy laughter I dedicate the book.
- dedicated The work is dedicated to Augustus, who is addressed throughout, and is meant to be of practical use to him in his building operations.
- deducted Uncle Geoffrey told us the exact amount of his income, He had always lived very comfortably, but when he had deducted the extra allowance for poor Aunt Prue, we saw clearly that there was not enough for so large a party; but at the first hint of this from Allan Uncle Geoffrey got quite warm and eager.
- depicted Terror was depicted on his countenance, mingled with despair-such despair as Judas may have felt after he had betrayed his master.
- dedicates Her tambourines and pretty ball, and the net that confined her hair, and her dolls and dolls' dresses, Timareta dedicates before her marriage to Artemis of Limnae,-a maiden to a maiden, as is fit; do thou, daughter of Leto, laying thine hand over the girl Timareta, preserve her purely in her purity.
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