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Correct spelling for EATE

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Possible correct spellings for eate

  • Eats
  • There he sits out in the woods like a lord, breathes fresh air, lies about on the grass, eats sour milk, perhaps even cream, how do i know?

  • Bate
  • I confess it doth bate somewhat of the modesty i had, when i writ simply maid: but i hope, i shall make it a stock still competent to the estate and dignity of your wife.

  • Ate
  • So the two women ate their breakfast alone for ragnor did not return in time to join them.

  • Late
  • It was unearthed by the late john barrington, afterwards of knysna.

  • Eave
  • As the snow came drifting along the summit of the down it gradually formed a projecting eave or cornice, projecting the length of the arm, and frozen.

  • Eat
  • Why don't you go and eat?

  • Nate
  • But nate pollard took us to see the gold mine and the schoolhouse and we've just got back.

  • Pate
  • He would not a take his cue, a dunder pate!

  • Gate
  • Instead of entering his own lodgings, he crossed the road, and paused at the brunells' gate.

  • Rate
  • There is fever and acceleration of pulse rate and respirations.

  • Date
  • I have not the least idea of the european date."

  • Elate
  • He had breasted the storm of unpopularity with gallant bearing and soul elate; but he drooped his head under the half-bred tradesmen's praise, and shrank chagrined before their congratulations.

  • Mate
  • "what about 'is swearin' at ther second mate?

  • Eater
  • Scarcely one of these people is to be met with who is not an eater of cocoa-a "coquero."

  • Sate
  • For i know one not farre hence that was cruelly handled by them, who being not contented with cutting off his nose, did likewise cut off his eares, whereat all the people laughed heartily, and looked at one that sate at the boords end, who being amased at their gazing, and somewhat angry withall, would have risen from the table, had not byrrhena spake unto him and sayd, i pray thee friend bellerophon sit still and according to thy accustomed curtesie declare unto us the losse of thy nose and eares, to the end that my cousin lucius may be delighted with the pleasantnes of the tale.

  • Fate
  • Fate, irish idea of, 278. fates, 203, 231, 327. feast of dead, 218, 288-9, 299, 439 ff.

  • Tate
  • Looking at the house, i found the upper windows dark; there had been the quarters of phineas tate, and the king had found him others.

  • Ease
  • The thought is heart's ease.

  • Hate
  • I'd hate to think o' borrowin' all them things over again for a weddin'."

  • Kate
  • Nor of florian, kate!

  • Eaten
  • So katherine gave him another piece, and when he had eaten that he sat right up in bed.

6 words made from the letters eate

3 letter words made from eate:

tea, eta, eat, tee, ate.

4 letter words made from eate:

taee.
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