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  • abdicate 17. Vitellius, wishing to abdicate, is prevented by troops and mob.
  • acute And how healthy the vulgar creature must be-while he, Caesar, was suffering that acute headache again!
  • adequate I decided to stay the night anyway since the organisers told me that adequate arrangements had been made for anyone wishing to do so.
  • advocate I ought to forget such trifling things as those, with all concerning myself; and possibly I might have forgotten them, if the Lord Advocate of Scotland had not, in a very flattering manner, revived them in my memory, in a full House in this session.
  • decade In 1847 the crop was short and prices advanced sharply, only to drop back to eight and then to seven and one-fourth cents, making the average from 1840 to 1849 the lowest ever known in the cotton trade for a full decade.
  • decatur 1. Decatur has wide streets.
  • decode Codes (band), Irish indie electronic band The Code (band), ska punk band Albums Code (album), a 1987 album by Cabaret Voltaire The Code (Young Noble & Deuce Deuce album), a 2016 album by Young Noble & Deuce Deuce U;Nee Code or Code, the 2003 debut album by Korean pop singer U;Nee Songs " Decode" (song), a 2008 song by Paramore "The Code", song from The Code (Young Noble & Deuce Deuce album), a 2016
  • dedicate When summer came, Our pastime was, on bright half-holidays, To sweep along the plain of Windermere With rival oars; and the selected bourne Was now an Island musical with birds That sang and ceased not; now a Sister Isle Beneath the oaks' umbrageous covert, sown With lilies of the valley like a field; And now a third small Island, where survived In solitude the ruins of a shrine Once to Our Lady dedicate, and served Daily with chaunted rites.
  • ducat Quo nos a fatis ducat rex Juppiter, Amen.
  • edict Piso then reprimanded the Carthaginians in an edict which clearly showed his anxiety, and refrained from performing even the routine of his office, shutting himself up in his house, for fear that he might by accident provide some pretext for further demonstrations.
  • edit The typewritten copy was forwarded to the unhappy and puzzled Mr. Leonard C. Smithers, with the request, which was amusing enough, that he would "edit it" and bring it out.
  • edited Flavigny wrote two letters, criticising rather freely a polyglot Bible edited by Abraham Ecchellensis.
  • editor 4. Howard W. Haggard, editor.
  • educate He was bound to support and educate them, and all her children born afterwards during her term of service.
  • educated She sighed painfully and went on: "The little Parmys shall be carefully educated.
  • educative This can be accomplished only by having them presented to the pupil by an educative agent and therefore set as a problem or a task to be mastered.
  • educator If, on the other hand, we stand aloof and think of the present movement as merely a chronic effervescence, fostered by the professional educator at the expense of the practical teacher, we are equally shortsighted.
  • enact I regard it as necessary, with this end in view, to re-enact immediately the law excluding Chinese laborers and to strengthen it wherever necessary in order to make its enforcement entirely effective.
  • equate
  • eradicate
  • indicate
  • medicate
  • redact
  • redcoat
  • Eddied The snow whirled and eddied over the stubble fields; the winds sang past my ears; the trees creaked and the river flowed on, black and sluggish.
  • Educating The friends who have her under their care, are educating her with the hope that she may go back to China, to tell its females of the Saviour.
  • Equated
  • Edgardo William Bailey, character in All Over Town Bill Bailey, a supporting character in the stage musical Cats No Matter How Much You Promise to Cook or Pay the Rent You Blew It Cauze Bill Bailey Aint Never Coming Home Again, 2003 novel by Edgardo Vega Yunqué, called Bill Bailey for short "Wont You Come Home, Bill Bailey", song that inspired the novel
  • edicts The Inquisition, he represented, was in fact abolished, the edicts were nearly sunk into oblivion, and a fair degree of religious liberty accorded.
  • educates The insistence by the police on city regulations as to alleys and garbage educates the family as to the general attention to be paid to such things.
  • reeducate

70 words made from the letters edcaite

3 letter words made from edcaite:

dia, aec, tie, ace, ect, ted, dit, cat, eta, tee, dec, ida, cia, tad, die, eat, tia, ate, cad, ice, ade, tea, aid, tec, eec, act, dat, tic, tai, etc.

4 letter words made from edcaite:

5 letter words made from edcaite:

acide, taide, cedit, teaed, citee, edict, diate, icade, teide, tiede, edite, cadet, deice, etica, diact.

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Prescedence

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