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Correct spelling for ENCOURATE
We think the word encourate is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for encourate
- Encore(Definition of encore)
- Accurate(Definition of accurate)
- Inoculate(Definition of inoculate)
- Inaccurate(Definition of inaccurate)
- Encouraged(Definition of encouraged)
- Ingrate(Definition of ingrate)
- Encourage(Definition of encourage)
- Encounter(Definition of encounter)
Lady hummington urged him with an encore, but he was proof against her entreaties.
Here his knowledge was equally minute and accurate, and most readily applied to every case brought before him.
I have, it is true, learned, since my return to europe, that some persons touched the infected with impunity; nay; that others went so far as to inoculate themselves with the plague in order to learn how to cure those whom it might attack.
The only direct evidence worth having on this point-his own-is unfortunately not forthcoming, and we are obliged to depend on such inaccurate or interested hearsay as has just been quoted above.
The silence of him encouraged her head to rise.
You have the effrontery to call me an ingrate?
I said: my good friend, i suppose that you mean to encourage me by these words.
But the loss of my father would be an evil, i could never risk to encounter.