Revision List 7

For those of you who want to revise words that follow this pattern, here is a list of verbs ending -ate
which form a noun by changing the ending to -ation:

 abbreviate
 accelerate
 accommodate
 activate
 aerate
 allocate
 alleviate
 amputate
 annotate
 appreciate
 arbitrate
 assassinate
 associate
 attenuate
 automate
 captivate
 castigate
 celebrate
 circumnavigate
 collate
 communicate
 compensate
 complicate
 concentrate
 confiscate
 
 
 
 
 
 conflagrate
 congratulate
 congregate
 contaminate
 contemplate
 cooperate
 create
 cremate
 cultivate
 deactivate
 dedicate
 deflate
 delegate
 deliberate
 demonstrate
 discriminate
 disintegrate
 donate
 educate
 elaborate
 elevate
 eliminate
 elongate
 emmancipate
 emigrate
 
 
 
 
 
 eradicate
 escalate
 evacuate
 evaporate
 exaggerate
 fluctuate
 formulate
 frustrate
 generate
 germinate
 graduate
 gravitate
 hesitate
 hibernate
 illuminate
 illustrate
 implicate
 indicate
 infatuate
 infuriate
 
 
 
 
 
 initiate
 innoculate
 instigate
 insulate
 interrogate
 intoxicate
 laminate
 legislate
 levitate
 liberate
 lubricate
 masticate
 mediate
 moderate
 motivate
 mutate
 narrate
 navigate
 notate
 propagate
 punctuate
 rejuvenate
 replicate
 rotate
 situate
 
 
 
 
 
 speculate
 stagnate
 stimulate
 subjugate
 suffocate
 terminate
 triangulate
 undulate
 validate
 violate
 
 
 
 
 
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