Correct spelling for ARBITOR

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Possible correct spellings for arbitor

  • Abattoir(Definition of abattoir)
  • The pantheon had become a lupanar of divinities that presided over birth, and whose rites were obscene; an abattoir of gods that presided over death, and whose worship was gore.

  • Abet(Definition of abet)
  • And i entreat jane carlyle to abet and exalt and secure this satisfaction to me.

  • Abut(Definition of abut)
  • The numbered mountain ranges abut the colorado river proper or are associated with valleys or plains, and are somewhat arbitrary.

  • Arbiters
  • How the good man labored, the most active of all the arbiters in the world!

  • Auditor(Definition of auditor)
  • Abettor(Definition of abettor)
  • Mark twain himself has told in burlesque the story of his duel, keeping somewhat nearer to the fact than was his custom in such writing, as may be seen by comparing it with the account of his abettor and second-of course, steve gillis.

  • Orbiter(Definition of orbiter)
  • Arbor(Definition of arbor)
  • However, in spite of this, he went over every yard of the space about the house; at the rose arbor he paused.

  • Orbit(Definition of orbit)
  • Arbour(Definition of arbour)
  • Come, come, said great-heart, sit not down here, for a little above is the prince's arbour.

  • Ardor(Definition of ardor)
  • "your majesty has a twofold right to complain," said maret, in his calm voice; "junot loved your majesty with the obedience of a servant, the submissiveness of a child, the enthusiasm of a pupil, the ardor of a friend.

  • Abbott
  • It is not my "form" to detail private conversation, nor to describe the lares and penates of sacred domesticity; but i may reveal generally that i spent several golden hours of intellectual communion with the abbott laurences, ticknor, fields, prescott, and everett-illustrious names, which will sufficiently indicate the reception they gave me.

  • Biter(Definition of biter)
  • Arbors
  • In northern and central italy, one often sees hillocks crowned with grove-like plantations of small trees, much resembling large arbors.

  • Artier
  • Arbiter(Definition of arbiter)
  • The franks were accustomed to appeal to the drawn sword as being the only arbiter of existence.

  • Ambit(Definition of ambit)
  • Fpl appealed after unsuccess below into the court of queens bench of new brunswick, whereby the three-judge coram found (in contra-distinction to precedent cases) that it was indeed a crown agency and that thereby it was immune to pursuit under the pest control products act, but fell under the ambit of the fisheries act because of express mention therein.

  • Obit(Definition of obit)
  • Abort(Definition of abort)
  • In guarded command language: if error = true → x := 0 | error = false → skip fi if the second guard is omitted and error = false, the result is abort.