Correct spelling for QUARDER

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Possible correct spellings for quarder

  • Garter
  • Do you remember the serpent i 'ad tattooed on my leg for a garter?

  • Guard
  • There was a guard around the field.

  • Quartet
  • On the instant, rosalie resented this fine epitome of convention, this dutiful charity-monger, herself the centre of an admiring quartet.

  • Quarter
  • Do you like that quarter?"

  • Girder
  • This can usually be done without weakening the structure; the floor above will be found to rest upon a great beam, or a new girder can be put across.

  • Quart
  • The administration pays six cuartos for a quart of brandy.

  • Quarto
  • In the bodleian library there is a third example, written in quarto with large uncial letters in double columns, in much the same style as the book given by parker to corpus christi.

  • Larder
  • The question was put to my uncle, mark tregellis, whom i found seated in front of our hut as i returned one evening from a hunting excursion-it having been my duty that day to go out in search of game for our larder.

  • Guarder
  • Quaker
  • May i ever be preserved from this sorrowful state of a lukewarm quaker!

  • Warder
  • "i blew through the castle gate like a warder blowing his horn; but there was no warder," said the wind.

  • Quaver
  • I will read your notice, anyway," she added, with a quaver in her voice.

  • Quarters
  • The next mornin we went to ginneral mcclellan's head-quarters, an then over the battle field of auntyeatem.

  • Gadder
  • Carder
  • Bombus pomorum - apple humble-bee bombus pseudobaicalensis bombus remotus bombus ruderarius - red-shanked carder bee or red-shanked bumble bee bombus schrencki bombus sonorus - sonoran bumble bee bombus sylvarum bombus tricornis bombus velox bombus veteranus bombus zonatus

  • Quad
  • Why the quad is called "the mob quad," nobody knows.

  • Guider
  • Judder
  • Monishing
  • Guarded
  • They were always owned by somebody, who drove them about and sometimes ill-treated them and even rode them to destruction, and who lost them if they were not carefully guarded.

  • Carter
  • I suppose you know mr. carter was rich?