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Correct spelling for ENTTREE
We think the word enttree is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for enttree
- Endure(Definition of endure)
- Untrue(Definition of untrue)
- Centre(Definition of centre)
- Enter(Definition of enter)
- Entry(Definition of entry)
- Entire(Definition of entire)
- Entered(Definition of Entered)
- Entree(Definition of entree)
- Entreat(Definition of entreat)
- Nitre(Definition of nitre)
You'll only have to endure it for one day more.
That worthy was making some entries in a small memorandum-book.
Cuchulain re-enters the dun now cuchulain would gladly have returned to the fort to rest, but there seemed no way of entrance, and the hero was vexed at his own helplessness, for he thought his comrades had jumped over the magic walls.
It taught me that all there is in novels is not romance nor untrue.
Easy, while they were there, to make them the conversation's centre.
However great the sympathy, it is not possible completely to enter into another man's mind, and look at a subject with his eyes.
The government ought to attend to it. when a man came back and you invited him to dinner, a nice patriotic thing it was to restrict the number of courses and actually deny him savouries and entrees because they are called luxuries.
After unusually loud voices exclaiming and questioning had reached her from the entry, the door of her chamber suddenly opened and old martsche looked in.
For the entire matter is thine own.
And he left her by the water and entered the village.
They went, as if they bore their tails between their legs, some with the entree dishes still in their hands.
Every breakfast, every dinner, and every tea since it happened, william and i do nothing but beg and entreat that i may be permitted to go over and see your poor mother!
Or, if a solution of silver, made with spirit of nitre, considerably diluted, be poured into a glass, prepared in the manner above-mentioned, it will produce the same effect.