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Correct spelling for RETHEM

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Possible correct spellings for rethem

  • Rather
  • On the contrary; "rather than disappoint the children, he did two quick tricks before he left"; "he didn't call; rather (or instead), he wrote her a letter"; "used english terms instead of latin ones".

  • Ream
  • Squeeze the juice out (of a fruit) with a reamer; "ream oranges".

  • Rearm
  • Arm anew; "after the war, the defeated country was not allowed to rearm".

  • Redeem
  • From sins, as in religious dogma.

  • Regime
  • The organization that is the governing authority of a political unit; "the government reduced taxes"; "the matter was referred to higher authorities".

  • Rem
  • A recurring sleep state during which dreaming occurs; a state of rapid eye movements during sleep.

  • Rename
  • Name again or anew; "he was renamed minister of the interior".

  • Resume
  • A summary of your academic and work history.

  • Rheum
  • Rhubarb.

  • Rhythm
  • The basic rhythmic unit in a piece of music; "the piece has a fast rhythm"; "the conductor set the beat".

  • Roth
  • United states writer whose novels portray middle-class jewish life (born in 1933).

  • Ruth
  • American professional baseball player famous for hitting home runs (1895-1948).

  • Theme
  • An essay (especially one written as an assignment); "he got an a on his composition".

  • Therm
  • A unit of heat equal to 100,000 british thermal units.

  • Wreathe
  • Move with slow, sinuous movements.

  • Wreathed
  • Adorned or crowned with a circlet; sometimes used as combining forms; "a brow encircled with laurel"; "wreathed in an extraordinary luminescence"; "ringed round with daisies"; "smoke-wreathed".

  • Writhe
  • To move in a twisting or contorted motion, (esp. when struggling); "the prisoner writhed in discomfort."; "the child tried to wriggle free from his aunt's embrace.".

  • Them
  • The objective case of they. see they..