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Spell check of fate

Correct spelling: fate

indispensability, backwash, passing, stack, mountain, expiry, conclusion, flock, development, dowery, emergency, quite a little, adventure, certain, depute, grave, upshot, quagmire, want, chance, specify, sentence, serving, draw, show, mess, randomness, kismet, issue, tidy sum, start, aftereffect, stress, precipitate, circumstance, part, indicate, hazard, parcel, fatalism, battle, crisis, happenstance, consequence, sight, bunch, spate, outcome, destiny, point, muckle, fortuity, live, portion, heap, fated, mickle, predestination, coin toss, assign, future, fortune, plenty, requirement, urgency, requisite, providence, peck, passel, result, accident, wad, aftermath, component part, raft, helping, destine, decease, dower, great divide, resultant, great deal, doom, pile, band, circle, compulsion, delegate, slew, lot, ordeal, end, dowry, sequence, fatality, curtains, sequel, outgrowth, quietus, haphazardness, dissolution, mint, necessity, corollary, prospect, child, denominate, hatful, caboodle, exit, mass, condemn, intend, coincidence, aimlessness, demise, constituent, sleep, passage, batch, destination, fluke, component, trouble, percentage, deal, luck, tragedy, expiration, essential, set, exigency, need, share, product, fruit, nightmare, circumstances, purposelessness, designate, indispensableness, good deal, opportunity, extremity, sine qua non.

origin, foundation, option, root, freedom, uncertainty, birth, determinant, origination, choice, genesis, existence, creation, consideration, factor, mother, base, causation, life, contingency, doubtfulness, antecedent, fortuity, rise, dubiousness, groundwork, instigation, inspiration, ground, nativity, possibility, cause, spring, stimulus, incentive, doubt, occasion, source, impetus, reason, basis.

Examples of usage:

1) She loved Jane Oglander- she rejoiced in Jane's good fortune- but the contrast was too great between Jane's fate and hers. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

2) We shall probably never know what fate has befallen her. - "Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia", Maturin M. Ballou.

3) You told me I shouldn't see a gentleman for twenty miles round; that all had fled and left the people to their fate, and I see now it is a fact. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.