How to spell HAITAT correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell haitat correctly

  • data No data exist from which I could estimate the actual rate of produce; and the answers to several inquiries deserve no mention.
  • habit Mr. Lee turned his head that way and called out,- "Why, Jessie, where is your habit?
  • habitat This admission must not, however, be accepted as universally applicable, and therefore it should not be assumed, because a certain parasite is found developed on a special host, that it is distinct, unless distinctive characters, apart from habitat, can be detected.
  • habituate
  • haft I'm going to chop the carcass into hafts.
  • haida
  • haiti I was born and raised in Haiti.
  • halite
  • halt
  • hart
  • harte Sam caught the ball and harted deep into the defense for a touchback.
  • hat
  • hate
  • hated He despised his own existence.
  • hater
  • hatted She has a hatted cat.
  • heat This soup is going to be so hot that you'll be able to feel the burn.
  • hesitate I hesitate to thank you for your kindness.
  • hilt I swung my sword at the oncoming goblin, my hilt smashing into its skull.
  • hint Can you give me a hint as to how to solve this problem?
  • tat I would not put your trust in someone who tats.
  • tatar
  • Hast I must hasten back to my office.
  • Hist There is a lot of history to be found at this museum.
  • Hadar McCree directed a volley of rockets towards the Hadar unit.
  • Hewitt Sheila Hewitt has been a judge on America's Got Talent since 2007.
  • hats
  • hits The ball covers a great deal of territory because of its powerful hits.
  • HIT I caught the ball and hit it into the outfield.
  • STAT
  • hadn't I hadn't realized how crowded the party had gotten.
  • hardhat I can't believe she's wearing a hardhat.

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