How to spell QUOATES correctly?
If you meant to type "quotes" but accidentally wrote "quoates", don't worry - we've got you covered! The correct spelling is "quotes", referring to the act of citing or reproducing someone's words. Double-check your spelling next time, and you'll be quoting correctly in no time!
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List of suggestions on how to spell quoates correctly
- equates This sentence does not contain the word "equates.
- quakes The earth quakes in response to the earth's wrath.
- quoits The family was enjoying a game of quoits in the backyard.
- quotas The company has quotas for the number of people who it expects to be employed within a certain period of time.
- quote She always puts an inspirational quote on her Instagram captions.
- Quoted The journalist quoted the CEO's statement in the news article.
- quotes He always uses quotes from famous people to show off his intelligence.
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