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ACTóCont.
ADEóCont.
tact
infract
tract
protract
attract
react
co-act
refract
compact
retract
contact
diffract
contract
subact
detract
subtract
abstract
transact
distract
cataract
enact
counteract
cpact
Incompact
exact
precontract
extract
re-enact
impact
unlade
decade
upbraid
degrade
accolade
dissuade
ambuscade
evade
barricade
facade
bastinade
grenade
cannonade
invade
cavalcade
milkmaid
centegrade
parade
colonnade
fusllade
esplanade
gasconade-
afraid
lemonade
arcade
marmalade
blockade
masquerade
brigade
overlade
brocade
palisade
cascade
pasquinade
chamade
renegade
cockade
retrograde
crusado
serenade
Also the preterites of verbs in nek, as tack'd.
AD
add
pad
bad
plaid
brad
rad
clad
sad
fad
shad
gad
wad
glad
dryad
had
footpad
lad
monad
mad
salad
Also the preterites of verb* In ay, ey, eigh, as prey'dĄ slelgh'd.
ADGE
badge
cadge
AFE
chafe
waif
naif
unsafe
safe
vouchsafe
ADE
aid
made
bade
maid
blade
raid
braid
shade
cade
spade
fade
trade
glade
persuade
grade
pervade
jade
relald
lade
tirade
AFF, ALF
draff
giraffe
gaff
riff-raff
laugh
tipstaff
naff
cenotaph
quaff
epitaph
staff
paragraph
carafe
quarter-staff,
distaff
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