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  • abdicate The King seemed still in perplexity, and said he should prefer to abdicate.
  • adequate Anything like an adequate discussion of action as a language is impossible in this place.
  • advocate "I agree with the judge advocate," admitted Mrs. Warren.
  • decade Having spent a decade in acquiring a disgust for a certain type of woman, he was inclined to over-estimate his surprising good fortune, and was content in the hope that time was on his side.
  • decatur If Arthur began his wanderings at eleven, and spent four years with Decatur, he must have been fifteen years old when the war closed.
  • decode 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 Television Code: Secret Room, 2016 South Korean TV series The Code (2007 TV series), Australian observational documentary series The Code (2011 TV series), British mathematics documentary series The Code (2014 TV series), Australian political drama The Code (2019 TV series), upcoming American TV series The Code (game show), British game show "The Code" (Smart Guy), a 1997 episode of Smart Guy Video games Code (video game), a puzzle video game Konami Code, a cheat code which appears in mainly Konami video games Other arts, entertainment, and media Code (audio standard), or ΧΟΔΕ, high-fidelity audio disc brand developed by T-Bone Burnett Code of non-infringement or The Code, of clowns and other performers Motion Picture Production Code or Hays Code, the voluntary US films censorship guidelines from 1930 to 1968
  • dedicate If broken, he would only be adding sin to sin; nor was Malcolm, with all his errors fresh upon him, in any state to dedicate himself worthily.
  • ducat The tribute payd by the Christians his Subiects is one gold ducat yeerely for the redemption of euery head, which may amount vnto not so litle as one Million of golden ducats, which is sterling three hundred threescore thousand pounds.
  • edict The last Rock Edict is of special interest for the light which it sheds both on history and on the King's character.
  • educate My father and grandfather were fishermen like yourself, and it is just because they were so far-seeing as to educate me, that I appreciate the value of it, and I would assure it to a child who merits it.
  • educated He spoke remarkably well, was evidently educated, and I was rather curious about him.
  • educative The experiences and the associations of that time were both delightful and educative, and I look back upon them after all these years with a joy that few memories can give me. I was a mere apprentice to the literary craft, of course, but I was young enough to enjoy and, I think, not too conceited to feel the need of learning all that such associations could teach.
  • educator It was time for Paul Brennan to cope, and it seemed sensible to face the fact that Paul Brennan alone could not plot the illegal grab of the Holden Educator and at the same time masquerade as the deeply-concerned loving guardian.
  • eject I am young enough to have been annoyed, and altogether eject and renegate the whole idea of political affairs.
  • elect 9. Elect of Nine.
  • equate
  • eradicate
  • erect
  • indicate
  • medicate
  • edicts The prince had voted for the immediate promulgation of the newly-revised edicts; but the regent, following the suggestion of her privy council, had determined to transmit them first to the king.
  • educates In fact, the queen had stood as her godmother and she had grown up surrounded by material luxury and a mental wilderness, for be it known that members of royal households, like the families of millionaires, are likely to be densely ignorant, being hedged in, shielded, sheltered and protected from the actual world that educates and evolves.
  • reeducate

28 words made from the letters edecate

3 letter words made from edecate:

ace, act, ate, tec, ect, ade, tad, dat, etc, dec, eat, tea, eec, tee, ted, cat, cad, eta, aec.

4 letter words made from edecate:

5 letter words made from edecate:

teaed, cadet.

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