What is the correct spelling for EDICAT?

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Correct spelling for EDICAT

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Possible correct spellings for edicat

  • addict For it never doth absolutely addict and apply itself to any one object, but whatsoever it is that it doth now intend and prosecute, it doth prosecute it with exception and reservation; so that whatsoever it is that falls out contrary to its first intentions, even that afterwards it makes its proper object.
  • dedicate When he was mildly admonished that a site seemed to presuppose a church, he assented, and with one great plunge, during which he distinctly felt, both that his position as landlord was not to be defended, and that this good use of the money might make things more secure, he gave a promise to build one-felt a twinge of compunction, and a glow of generosity, but blushed hotly when Mr. Craik observed that the old church, being put in decent repair, and chiefly used for marriages and for the burial service, it might, perhaps be a pleasing testimony, a filial act, to dedicate the new one to St. Elizabeth, "Simply in reverend recollection, you know, Melcombe, of that having been-been your grandmother's name."
  • ducat
  • edict
  • edit
  • educate
  • educator
  • eradicate
  • evict
  • medicate
  • redact
  • Dicta
  • edicts
  • EDT
  • DICT

59 words made from the letters edicat

3 letter words made from edicat:

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

4 letter words made from edicat:

5 letter words made from edicat:

cadet, acide, taide, icade, edict, diate, etica, diact, cedit.

Misspelling of the day


  • dire
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  • fire
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  • pare
  • pi re