Common misspellings for senate:
sentd, senast, sante, sentre, senat, sentice, serinade, sendme, centar, senante, senaca, cinninatie, seanate, snator, senant, sainte, cenats, symantech, passonate, seneate, seant, sunamie, cennter, fasinate, setate, senetor, senct, centet, ceneter, disonate, sealnat, sventy, cente, sunade, senioe, centea, sidenote, sendt, sarenade, sentor, sevnty, sentiel, centi, senty, seand, senrioe, sinature, caseinate, sonet, santer, senuke, sanaty, seante, sonter, seoarate, senaio, sennt, sentece, sceneted, senater, wsent, cernter, sciende, seeat, sanat, sepearte, srenght, genearte, sented, sennd, cininnati, senete, senareo, sunto, senatae, sanata, pennate, tenate, sanatery, sunet, sentene, syntak, senative, desinate, seatte, finate, sepaate, seenile, senset, senireo, senta, cenama, sonand, tennate, synatezie, cerantiy, centter, sendd, searate, centage, senet, sentthe, spente, sentace, doesn'at, seenand, sentate, centabo, senata, separte, senotor, scenatio, xenat, serpate, sentery, sendse, cynaide, cebnter, senyt, assainate, sesonate, sapenaid, signaute, sento, minearte, sentup, seniot, scienziato, sernity, senaters, seent, senmt, sente, senaro, secet, theornate, cernatlie, senister, sendet, sendce, soen't, xanthe, snyde, seanace, soent, sonato, penute, syate, fente, senataor, subornate, ssent, sende, enote, slende, sentator, denate, seoerate, senst, seranade, sernt, swntce, serantiy, sercet, sentt, passanate, senaitive, seenit, wsanet, sental, selanite, synster, centy, sensite, gernate, renata, serten, scenty, seaoned, resenate, wente, sepeate, snata, suname, sethte, sinateure, seatee, sendyou, speant, senhator, signaurtee, cenator, seendue, sentaor, senatro, senarieo, syndye, ceate, sentive, subbornate, spenta, assinate, sendo, sinatra, syntaz, senbte, sonte, sened, serate, seate, sentce, scenanio, senure, senth, senter, soonafter, senrt, senmd, sanatize, signatue, sentae, sundaty, pasinate, sinewave, cerntan, sepate, smeant, sient, certane, seantor, senapeed, sreate, wingate, svnet, pasonate, reiniate, resinate, santafe, senaerio, seance, scenet, scenceto, sensie, seneteive, sen't, sentr, senatce, servnat, sevente, signate, senai, sneaze, sonneter, sertnety, sername, senden, scanthoid, sacanthoid, sccent, saccent, sccented, saccented, sccentuate, saccentuate, sccommodate, saccommodate, sccouchement, saccouchement, saccount, scned, sconite, saconite, scquaint, sacquaint, scquainted with, sacquainted with, scquainted, sacquainted, scquiescent, sacquiescent, scuminate, sacuminate, seneid, saeneid, sgamid, sagamid, zenate, xenate, swnate, ssnate, srnate, s4nate, s3nate, sejate, sehate, senzte, senste, senwte, senqte, senare, senafe, senage, senaye, sena6e, sena5e, senatw, senats, senatd, senatr, senat4, senat3, saenate, zsenate, szenate, xsenate, sxenate, dsenate, sdenate, esenate, seenate, wsenate, swenate, sewnate, ssenate, sesnate, sednate, sernate, s4enate, se4nate, s3enate, se3nate, sebnate, senbate, semnate, senmate, sejnate, senjate, sehnate, senhate, senzate, senazte, sensate, senaste, senwate, senawte, senqate, senaqte, senarte, senatre, senafte, senatfe, senagte, senatge, senayte, senatye, sena6te, senat6e, sena5te, senat5e, senatwe, senatew, senatse, senates, senatde, senated, senat4e, senate4, senat3e, senate3, senae, sneate, senaet, sennate, senaate, senatte, senatee, qenate, sunate, smnate, sanate, se.ate, seoate, sencte, sena4e, senade, senape, senave, senaue, senatu, senatm, senatg, seneight, s enate, se nate, sen ate, sena te, senat e.
Definition of senate:
- ( Acts 5:21 ), the " elders of Israel" who formed a component part of the Sanhedrin.
- assembly possessing high legislative powers
- An assembly or council having the highest deliberative and legislative functions.
- A body of elders appointed or elected from among the nobles of the nation, and having supreme legislative authority.
- In general, a legislative body; a state council; the legislative department of government.
- The governing body of the Universities of Cambridge and London.
- In some American colleges, a council of elected students, presided over by the president of the college, to which are referred cases of discipline and matters of general concern affecting the students.
- A council of state; in ancient Rome, the supreme council of state: Senate, in the United States, the upper house of Congress or of a state legislature; the upper house of the lawmaking body in various countries.
- A legislative or deliberative body, esp. the upper house of a national legislature: that branch of the American Congress chosen by the Legislatures of the States and whose members are elected for a term of six years: one of the two co- ordinate branches of the State Legislature or Assembly.
- A legislative body; upper house of a legislature.
- A legislative body; council.
- The more stable branch of a congress or legislature.
- An assembly or council of senators; the upper house of legislature; any legislative or deliberative body; the governing body of Cambridge University.
- The deliberative and legislative assembly of a state; in U. S. of Amer., the Upper House of the legislature; the governing body of a university; a superior governing body.