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Possible correct spellings for equat

  • acquit "You can convict a man, I presume, as stupidly as you can acquit him.
  • aqua Different corroding Liquids are sometimes used on these Occasions, Aqua fortis itself, and Spirit of Vitriol: but such Applications are highly dangerous, and ought to be excluded.
  • eat " Eat all you want.
  • eclat In fine, the landlord found that getting so great a politician into his house was not much to its reputation, as the eclat therein gained would be counteracted, with tenfold interest, by the pilfering propensities of his unwashed followers, who now rushed into his house in such ungovernable confusion that guards had to be stationed along the passages, armed with tipstaffs and bludgeons.
  • equal As M. Boissier has pointed out, the members had equal rights in the full assembly of the club.
  • equate Many kids' shows depict well-off characters as villainous and/or gluttonous; Babar shows kids that wealth doesnt necessarily equate to greed.
  • equator I believe I first enjoyed that honour, quite thirty years since, under the Equator.
  • equity There could be no equity in such an arrangement.
  • eruct
  • quad
  • quart
  • quit
  • squat
  • Egad You know our Welsh mutton-you do-you know it well; it's better here than in any other place in the world-in the whole world, sir-the Hazelden mutton, and, egad, you'll come here-you shall, sir-and dine here with us to-morrow; mind, you shall."
  • Equated The nature and functions of these ancient gods can be deduced from their names, the location of their inscriptions, their iconography, the Roman gods they are equated with, and similar figures from later bodies of Celtic mythology.
  • QUOT
  • equates This equates to an average perfusion of 50 to 54 millilitres of blood per 100 grams of brain tissue per minute.

14 words made from the letters equat

3 letter words made from equat:

eat, uta, ate, tau, tea, eta, ute, qat.

5 letter words made from equat:

atque.

4 letter words made from equat:

taue, quta, quae, uate, etau.

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