Correct spelling for ESATAE
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Possible correct spellings for esatae
- aster The china aster is now one of the most popular of summer and fall plants.
- ate You know it is the stick which I cook, which is fish, which we ate, before you arrived again with fish.
- ease Since then Madame Pichona lived at her ease and received good company.
- eased The mere taking of his name on her lips eased the exaltation of her mood.
- east On the north and east the allies were advancing with a speed that nonplussed the Emperor.
- easter The Easter holidays always brought Brother Martin home.
- eat Come here and I'll eat you!"
- eater The patient might be a confirmed opium-eater, and the symptoms heightened by deliberate deception.
- eats He sometimes kills and eats big Snakes.
- elate But wilt thou own it? Wilt thou in the scroll Of my sad life, perceive, as in a hive, A thousand happy fancies that contrive To seek thee out? Thy bosom is the goal Of all my thoughts, and quick to thy control They wend their way, elate to be alive.
- erst Then he spoke again, not mockingly as erst: A word before we end it, Thomas: thou hast hitherto done well by me, as I by thee.
27 words made from the letters esatae
Misspelling of the day
- at heels of