Correct spelling for KAT

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Possible correct spellings for kat

  • at I am happy at last..."
  • bat And oh, there was a Bat, too, who tried to talk to me."
  • cat She should not cat with the servants; there should be a separate table for her and her charges.
  • dat Marse George, you oughter see dat horse- Where is the trunk?
  • eat And give me something to eat and drink....
  • fat Milly thought, "Nettie's getting fat, like her mother."
  • hat Stay, here is your hat; we must not go without that."
  • kant But Eckhart's affinities with Plotinus and Hegel seem to me to be closer than those which he shows with Aristotle and Kant.
  • kit "It's only Shelby," Mr. Crane said, " Kit Shelby.
  • lat This ridge is the first of a series of parallel banks of sand which extend, with occasional breaks, from lat.
  • mat Lord, I'll lay down and let you use me for a door mat for a week if it'll help any.
  • oat To a possnet full of two or three quarts of water put about half a Porrenger full of Oat-meal, before it is beaten; for after beating it appeareth more.
  • pat "That you can, Pat.
  • rat But if Barry asks questions about you he'll soon smell a rat.
  • sat She sat up in bed.
  • tat Doch wehe, wehe, wer verstohlen 125 Des Mordes schwere Tat vollbracht!
  • vat "It is ze vat-ze wine vat," whispered Florette, amused at their surprise.
  • Kan Around and around in each other's tracks moved the ships under Kantos Kan, until at length they formed nearly a perfect circle.
  • Kate Is it not so, Kate?"
  • Nat Aunt Fanny used to teach me," answered Nat; "but if she doesn't come back soon I should like to learn of Harry."
  • Kay Then said Sir Tristram to Sir Kay Hedius, "Let us prove some of them ere we depart."
  • Katy Katy refused to be impressed.
  • KT The present mansion dates from about 1780; its predecessor was an Elizabethan structure, once the property of Sir John Gore, Kt.
  • KART In February 2010, the first purpose built track for kart racing in the Cayman Islands was opened.

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