Correct spelling for YAT

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Possible correct spellings for yat

  • at At the 'Cercle,' do you mean?"
  • bat The sound of the crash must have disturbed every bird and bat in the towers of the grim old pile.
  • cat It was a false move to have denied all knowledge of the Wild Cat.
  • dat Me no able for say what to call dat massa, me sure."
  • eat You'd better go down and have something to eat.
  • fat One, heaven forgive me, was as fat as a pig.
  • hat The meal over, he took his hat and went out.
  • lat June 29. The first observation they had been able to take N.lat.
  • mat He had me on the mat, two points down and fighting for wind all the time.
  • oat The oat fields wore a light bluish tinge which contrasted with the deep green of the fresh meadows, thickly starred with ox-eye daisies.
  • pat Pat made no answer.
  • rat If we both move, he'll smell a rat.
  • sat Then she sat down, and looked about her.
  • tat Rachel came in and out the room, but could never settle down, for as soon as she sat down, rat-tat came to the door, someone said, "Miss Rachel, please," and off she flew to do something else.
  • vat Two Guddu spoil much metal when jump in vat where metal be melt."
  • yak But stay, there is the yak, who also has claims upon our charity, and, turning, he struck upon a gong or bell which hung within the door.
  • yam We obtained also from the village some yam roots, which had greatly the taste of potatoes, though of a closer texture.
  • yap "As I said before, Yap Yap is very social by nature.
  • yaw Yaw, dot ish nodings-yaw, holds on I dinks hard!
  • yet Yet with all his rascality he has many curious and interesting ways.
  • Nat Studied at Fairfield and became physician 1831. Wrote Elements of Botany, 1836, became Professor of Nat.
  • Ya The kap'-i-ya is performed by an old man of the ato in which the couple is to live.
  • Yt My Ladye's Eyen Poets ther ben in plenteous line yt take ye auncient theme Of singing to a ladye's eyen whiche maken them to dreme, And through ye blessed hours of slepe-thilk eyen or browne or blue Doe soothe ye poet's slumbers deep: by goddiswoundes thaie doe!

1 words made from the letters yat

3 letter words made from yat:

tay.

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