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Correct spelling for DICTITATE
We think the word dictitate 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. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for dictitate
- Dictate(Definition of dictate)
- Deactivate(Definition of deactivate)
- Destitute(Definition of destitute)
- Doctorate(Definition of doctorate)
- Decapitate(Definition of decapitate)
- Decapitated(Definition of decapitated)
- Dictator(Definition of dictator)
When actually in court or appearing in public, she was to braid it in one or more long braids, which she had permission either to wear straight down the middle of her back, or coiled up in any one of several formal designs according to his precise dictates.
She accepted whatever terms he was pleased to dictate; she only stipulated as to the child, and for him but to the extent we have already seen.
Conn used the manual control to set it down and deactivate it, then got out and went to examine it.
He dictated an answer, saying that he would come november 16th.
The hungry and destitute situation of the infant orphan was duly reported by the workhouse authorities to the parish authorities.
Indeed, now that our american universities are paying attention to the drama, what more alluring theme for the dissertation demanded of all candidates for the doctorate of philosophy than an inquiry into the rise and fall of negro-minstrelsy?
Even while the engagement continued, it would seem that soldiers might quit the ranks, decapitate a fallen foe, and carry off his head to the rear, without incurring any reproof; and it is certain that, so soon as the engagement was over, the whole army turned to beheading the fallen, using for this purpose the short sword which almost every warrior carried at his left side.
A thousand missile launchers, designed to disintegrate solar systems, were deactivated, hundreds of gyros swung the mile-long ship end for end and stabilized her on a reverse course, drive units big enough to power several major cities whined into operation, anti-grav generators with the strength to shift small planets counterbalanced the external acceleration, and the ship moved, away, with a speed approaching that of light.
Every physiological text-book mentions the fact that a decapitated frog makes such wiping movements when it is wet with acid.
Johnson, the literary dictator of the next age, described rowe's version of lucan as "one of the greatest productions of english poetry."