Correct spelling for RESTERAUT

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Possible correct spellings for resteraut

  • Reiterate(Definition of reiterate)
  • There is no witness in the world more difficult to cope with than a shrewd old woman who apes stupidity, only to reiterate the gist of her testimony in such incisive fashion as to leave it indelibly imprinted on the minds of the jury.

  • Restored
  • For the present he and gardiner, restored to favour with him, were all-powerful.

  • Restaurant(Definition of restaurant)
  • They entered the restaurant of one of the quieter hotels.

  • Retread(Definition of retread)
  • It is a mere trivial fraction of the injury sustained in consequence of misguided legislation; a little proof, but a sure one, that we have entered upon the path which we must retread, unless we are to move on deliberately towards ruin.

  • Mistreat(Definition of mistreat)
  • "by heaven," abner exclaimed, starting up, "if i thought he'd ever mistreat betty, i'd--"

  • Rested(Definition of rested)
  • The old man's eyes rested on bhagwan dass.

  • Strut(Definition of strut)
  • On they came, these spruce guards, each man a marching machine, trained to strut and pose exactly as his fellows.

  • Restore(Definition of restore)
  • "i am sorry," he said, "that i cannot restore you and your companions to your tribe, but in this i am powerless, as suetonius has captured you, and to him you belong.

  • Strait(Definition of strait)
  • And telamon joined him; telamon who might have been happy in his island of salamis, among the bees and the pleasant waters, looking over the strait to the olive-laden hills of athens, the beloved city!

  • Restrict(Definition of restrict)
  • "i have led the life to which it has pleased your highness to restrict me.

  • Restraint(Definition of restraint)
  • The contessa touched his outstretched hand without restraint but without cordiality, smiling just as much as was civil, and less readily than would have been friendly.

  • Retreat(Definition of retreat)
  • So far as he could make out from it, it was as well to go on as to retreat.

  • Restart(Definition of restart)
  • Environment-current issues: soil pollution from toxic chemicals such as ddt; energy blockade, the result of conflict with azerbaijan, has led to deforestation when citizens scavenged for firewood; pollution of hrazdan (razdan) and aras rivers; the draining of sevana lich (lake sevan), a result of its use as a source for hydropower, threatens drinking water supplies; restart of metsamor nuclear power plant without adequate (iaea-recommended) safety and backup systems

  • Restrain(Definition of restrain)
  • "it's just my way," said i; "we canna restrain our heart or our stamach."