[ lˈe͡ɪbɪˌe͡ɪt], [ lˈeɪbɪˌeɪt], [ l_ˈeɪ_b_ɪ__ˌeɪ_t]
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How to use "Labiate" in context?
Labiate is a word meaning "to lick". It is derived from the Latin word labium, meaning "lip".
Homophones for Labiate:
- levitate, lobata, leaf fat, lifeboat, labiatae, love bite, low-fat diet, laffite, lift, leafed, lipide, lobito, lepidote, leaved, lophiidae, lilliput, left-eyed, lobated, livedo, lapidate, lefty, lepadidae, lividity, left, lifted, live up to, livid, leave out, loft, lafayette, leaf beet, Laputa, live out, leap out, loved, lobotidae, lipped, lipoid, lobate, lafitte, lappet, lofty, live with, libido, lift out, lopid, layabout, lobed, Levite, levity, lipid, lie about, leaf bud, lepiota, leap day, lie-abed, live body, La Fayette, looped, lily pad.
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