Correct spelling for OFFERT

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Possible correct spellings for offert

  • Affect(Definition of affect)
  • How will that affect our interest?

  • Oft(Definition of oft)
  • Oft he would prevent their evils, by the wisdom of his thought.

  • Avert(Definition of avert)
  • Her feeble arms could not avert the approach of the dark shadow, whose coming terrified though it could not change.

  • Overt(Definition of overt)
  • His callousness to the danger of his country's disintegration, from the incessant, becoming overt, attacks of a foreign priesthood might-an indignant great lady's precipitation to prophecy said would-bring chastisement on him.

  • Effect(Definition of effect)
  • All these things had their effect, and when people said, "how much?"

  • Offbeat(Definition of offbeat)
  • Offbeat existentialist drama; involuted love among women.

  • Evert(Definition of evert)
  • Christine marie evert (born december 21, 1954), known as chris evert lloyd from 1979 to 1987, is a retired american world no.

  • Offset(Definition of offset)
  • Mary smiled at the double negative and when she laughingly spoke of it that night her husband assured her that that doctor's singleness of purpose more than offset his doubleness of negative.

  • Offered
  • Great as the honor is which has been offered me, i feel it is a service which would not be agreeable to me.

  • Offers
  • The quarryman offers them living water.

  • Offend(Definition of offend)
  • So long as the cross does not offend his eyesight, he is willing to find refuge in its shadow.

  • After(Definition of after)
  • It was the very day after....

  • Effete(Definition of effete)
  • Men of sturdy common-sense, men with brains and the knowledge how to use them, are every day bursting the trammels of an effete orthodoxy.

  • Offer(Definition of offer)
  • Strindberg, however, has nothing to offer at the end.

  • Effort(Definition of effort)
  • He paused in an effort to think of something else.