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Correct spelling for CERDIT

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Possible correct spellings for cerdit

  • Credit(Definition of credit)
  • Cede(Definition of cede)
  • You shall consent, however, to cede to me as my reward for playing a false part all the presents that may be given to me as the bridegroom, and i shall not be expected to divide them with anybody, but shall retain them all for myself!

  • Cedar(Definition of cedar)
  • A wood-fire glowed on the hearth, and the air was fragrant with the scent of the burning cedar-logs.

  • Ceded
  • The eastern part of the island had been ceded to the french by treaty, but had never been given up by the spanish, who still held slaves there.

  • Geddit
  • Cent(Definition of cent)
  • I wash them out with a five per cent.

  • Reedit
  • Cermet
  • Sedate(Definition of sedate)
  • Cdt
  • Cadet staff sergeant (cdt ssgt), cadet warrant officer class two (cdt wo2), and cadets who have received the necessary training, and have the desire and commitment to become an nzcf officer can also serve as under officers.

  • Ceding(Definition of ceding)
  • Both chinese claims are based on knowledge of and control over the islands prior to their japanese discovery in 1884 and their acquisition by japan during the first sino-japanese war, which ultimately resulted in the ceding of nearby formosa and surrounding islands to japan in the treaty of shimonoseki; the chinese claims include the senkaku islands in this transaction, and thus also include them in the treaty of san francisco at the end of world war ii, which returned taiwan to china.

  • Deceit(Definition of deceit)
  • Cit(Definition of Cit)
  • Cordite(Definition of cordite)
  • Edt
  • Edit(Definition of edit)
  • Certs
  • Celt(Definition of celt)
  • Preparations had been made on an extensive scale for the luxuries of the table-a matter in which the normans had greatly the advantage of either celt or saxon.

  • Sordid(Definition of sordid)
  • Redid
  • Cert
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