Correct spelling for DTATE
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Possible correct spellings for dtate
- dante In the history of Italy, what name is to be placed above that of Dante?
- dat Dat won't do, massa!
- data Also make every record I have noted so that I can have the proper data to help you as you go along-or rather down.
- date Why, they say, under date of yesterday, that they have only sold six copies altogether.
- dated I have this moment received a letter from Ledyard, dated Cairo, November the 15th.
- dictate Take this pen, and write as I dictate."
- dote That what one hates, the other should dote upon?
- dotted Dotted here and there about that pastoral strip and on the opposite hillside, were a few white-washed cottages.
- state The state of his body was nothing, as nobody would see him except Sibley, his wife.
- stated The landlord stated that the lodgings had been taken by a monk, for his brother, who had occupied them.
- taste You have excellent taste.
- tat He came, bearing wampum; shall his spirit go out bearing a quiver-o-tat-sheh-te?
- Darted Jenkins immediately set down the tea-board, and hurrying after Thaddeus along the passage, and through the coffee-room, darted before him, and opening the door into the lobby for him to go out, exclaimed, loud enough for everybody to hear, "Depend upon it, Count Sobieski, I will take care of your lordship's baggage."
15 words made from the letters dtate
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