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Possible correct spellings for obtan
- abate Still they did not abate the rapidity of their charge.
- abating But now, only two hours before dawn, the squall still showed no signs of abating.
- abstain Sheep, undoubtedly, were not made expressly to be roasted and eaten, since many nations abstain from such food with horror.
- bataan The archbishopric includes the provinces of Tondo, Bulacan, Pampanga, Batangas, Cavite, Laguna, Bataan, Zambales, and Mindoro.
- baton At the same moment that their Majesties entered this wonderful ballroom, which no one had dreamed of, the famous Johann Strauss, brought from Vienna especially for this occasion, stood waiting with uplifted baton and struck up the "Blue Danube," heard for the first time in Paris.
- botany Bostonians can find no more charming local attraction with which to entertain appreciative visitors from abroad than this in the department of botany at the institution named.
- butane In the other, two-step process, developed by the Russian emigree chemist Ivan Ostromislensky, ethanol is oxidized to acetaldehyde, which reacts with additional ethanol over a tantalum-promoted porous silica catalyst at 325–350 °C to yield butadiene: This process was one of the three used in the United States to produce "government rubber" during World War II, although it is less economical than the butane or butene routes for the large volumes.
- etna Perhaps he came over with the Roman legionaries to live with his friends in camp, talking to them of Lucretius, or Garganus or of the slopes of Etna; they in the joy of their recall forgot to take him on board, and he wept in exile; but at last he found that our hills also understood his sorrows, and rejoiced when he was happy.
- ibadan Ladipo Ayodeji Banjo, CON (Born 2 May 1934) is a Nigerian Emeritus professor of English language, educational administrator, former vice chancellor of the University of Ibadan, Nigeria as well as former pro-chancellor of Ajayi Crowther University
- oaten Every door was shut against him, save one, an humble cot without the city wall, where the inmates bade him welcome, and set oaten bread and milk cheese before him, and prepared him a pallet whereon to sleep.
- calques , neologisms or calques): construction of compounds combining native Burmese words with Pali or combine Pali words: "airplane": လေယာဉ်ပျံ [lè jɪ̀ɴ bjàɴ], lit.
26 words made from the letters obtan
3 letter words made from obtan:
5 letter words made from obtan:
tabon, bonta, baton, botan.
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