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Correct spelling for LATEEST
We think the word lateest 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 lateest
- Last(Definition of last)
- Attest(Definition of attest)
- Latest(Definition of latest)
- Lutenist(Definition of lutenist)
- Detest(Definition of detest)
- Test(Definition of test)
- Lats(Definition of lats)
- Largest(Definition of largest)
- Latent(Definition of latent)
- Least(Definition of least)
- Lest(Definition of lest)
At last he said: "her name is fueyo!"
Borne to a neighbouring monastery, he lingered a few days, to confess the treachery he had practised on thee; to adopt, in his last hours, the christian faith; and to attest his crime with his own signature.
Five o'clock at the very latest, hear?"
Like you, my dear fellow, i loathe and detest eating alone.
I've put my theories to the test You know I've tried to do my best– Curious by Holly Brook
Within ten minutes we had more than the party could eat in the next two or three days, and were throwing back all but the largest fish.
For i spoze my oncomplainin' misery appealed to his latent manhood; and it had been latent in him for some time.
"nothing," the girl said; "at least i have been doing nothing.
Lest coming suddenly, he find you sleeping.
'cause there's still some honest work left for bearded ladies but it's not the same goin' town to town since they put everyone in jail 'cept the cleavers and the bradys– 'Tis Of Thee by Ani DiFranco
"i think i can help," suggested the young man, patting the littlest confiding fellow on the head.