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Possible correct spellings for roten

  • Rodin(Definition of rodin)
  • 101. in short, it is the design, for all his words, that rodin cares for.

  • Raven(Definition of raven)
  • I think he broke my windpipe, for i'm as hoarse as a raven ever since: and i've got one or two of the shot in my cheek still."

  • Radon(Definition of radon)
  • Environmental radioactivity is not limited solely to actinides; non-actinides such as radon and radium are of note.

  • Ruben
  • Rotc
  • In the fall of 39, acheson entered yale university and joined the naval rotc.

  • Retain(Definition of retain)
  • On the march farther eastward, which began with the first grey dawn of morning, he called this resolute confidence folly, yet strove to retain it and succeeded.

  • Ripen(Definition of ripen)
  • We shall make our bed of dried leaves; the sun will shine on us as on man and will ripen our food.

  • Rosin(Definition of rosin)
  • While the ingredients are heating in a copper vessel, put in one ounce of rosin, and a few drops of neatsfoot oil, stirring the whole together with a knife.

  • Rotter
  • Risen(Definition of risen)
  • The prince had risen.

  • Rota(Definition of rota)
  • He next became a member of the roman rota, the tribunal of justice.

  • Rattan(Definition of rattan)
  • He, too, traveled through the air with great speed until he came to the mountain where the rattan grew.

  • Rites
  • Take her away as soon as your friends return; it is not the will of the gods that the hymenaeus should be sung at sappho's nuptial rites."

  • Routed
  • Rooted(Definition of rooted)
  • She was also as shy and easily agitated, and yet, like the flower she resembled, well rooted among the rocks of principle and truth.

  • Redden(Definition of redden)
  • I am naturally of a light, not to say fair, complexion, and the walk of the morning had caused my skin to redden and smart to a more excruciating extent than i remember to have ever been the case on any similar occasion.

  • Rodeo(Definition of rodeo)
  • We got a lot of sleepers in the last rodeo," he concluded quietly.

  • Rottener
  • Roman(Definition of roman)
  • An old roman would have settled it very simply.

  • Rated(Definition of Rated)
  • On the whole, however, the historical value of chronicles must be rated low.

  • Wrote(Definition of Wrote)
  • Return(Definition of return)
  • He did not return.

  • Rooting(Definition of rooting)
  • The animal was led into a paddock in which an old sow-pig was rooting.

  • Rodney
  • Still in london, rodney.

  • Rot(Definition of rot)
  • He'll fall down on the road and rot like a dog."

  • Rots
  • Cold storage eggs, when in case lots, can be told by the candler because of the uniform shrinkage, the presence of mold on cracked eggs and perhaps the occasional presence of certain kinds of spot rots peculiar to storage stock, but the absolute detection of a single cold storage egg, so far as the writer knows, is impossible.

  • Rotten(Definition of rotten)
  • I don't know wherre you'rre going or what you'rre going to do and i don't carre a rotten apple.

  • Rioter(Definition of rioter)
  • Wagner was arrested for being an alleged rioter; whitman was ejected from his clerkship and his book looked after by the attorney-general of massachusetts; millet was hooted by his fellow-students and dubbed the wild-man-of-the-woods.

  • Routing
  • Rater(Definition of Rater)
  • Rater errors are based on the feelings and it has consequences at the time of appraisal.

  • Protein(Definition of protein)
  • They investigated and determined that either the entire water-system would have to be overhauled, or a new and hardier protein would have to be developed.

  • Rte
  • Rowena
  • Written(Definition of written)
  • Rate(Definition of rate)
  • "you can hold the lantern, at any rate.

  • Rates(Definition of rates)
  • During the year 1910 the death rates from this disease in the states of rhode island and north carolina were 32.6 and 27.1 per 100,000 inhabitants.

  • Reopen
  • A letter from baltimore was received urging that the exchange reopen for dealings in bonds only, and the newspapers were so urgent for some statement on the subject that the committee authorized the following: "the special committee of five will not recommend to the governing committee the reopening of the exchange until in their judgment the financial situation warrants it, and as before stated, ample notice will be given of the proposed opening."

  • Roan(Definition of roan)
  • If he could get that roan in his string, he told himself, he could go to sleep in the saddle on night-guard; for an easier horse to ride he never had straddled.

  • Wotan(Definition of wotan)
  • Rode(Definition of Rode)
  • He mounted his horse in high spirits, and rode in front of the carriage with clairmont.

  • Rating(Definition of rating)
  • As he thought this he walked to the door of the galley and looked in, to find that the cook was rating the boy of whom he had been thinking.

  • Router(Definition of router)
  • Robin(Definition of robin)
  • He walked out of the room, followed by robin.

  • Rioting(Definition of rioting)
  • They inspired patrick henry's eloquence in virginia; they gave rise to the "tea-party" in boston; they produced the boston massacre; they led to the burning of the gaspee in narragansett bay; they finally developed, no longer rioting, but open and flagrant rebellion at concord, lexington, and bunker hill.

  • Routes
  • Protean(Definition of protean)
  • Mr aiken's incubus is, unfortunately, devoid of definition; he is protean and unsatisfactory.

  • Routine(Definition of routine)
  • Rooter(Definition of Rooter)
  • "well, you haven't got another cent, so that's all right," mr. rooter remarked; and he honourably extended an open palm toward his partner.

  • Rotted
  • In double-plowing, if the subsoil be very poor, it will be necessary to give a top-dressing of well-rotted manure, worked in with a cultivator.

  • Oaten(Definition of oaten)
  • Girdle, s. a circular plate of malleable iron with a handle, for toasting oaten bread, etc., over a fire.

  • Rotting(Definition of rotting)
  • Proton(Definition of proton)
  • All of the δ baryons with mass near 1232 mev quickly decay via the strong force into a nucleon (proton or neutron) and a pion of appropriate charge.

  • Ridden(Definition of ridden)
  • Carriage-haven't you ridden in it?

  • Rotund(Definition of rotund)
  • Wooten
  • Ten(Definition of ten)
  • Rowan(Definition of rowan)
  • Retina(Definition of RETINA)
  • He compared the mechanism of the eye with that of porta's "camera obscura," but made no attempt to explain how the image formed on the retina is understood by the brain.

  • Rote(Definition of rote)
  • And dr. talheimer on the rote fahne, if they do not arrest him too soon.

  • Rioted
  • Beneath a broad forehead there danced and rioted two irish eyes, pale blue pools in an environing forest of freckles.

  • Rodent(Definition of rodent)
  • Galbreath, edwin c., a new extinct emydid turtle from the lower pliocene of oklahoma, 269 a new species of heteromyid rodent from the middle oligocene of northeast colorado with remarks on the skull, 289 pliocene and pleistocene records of fossil turtles from western kansas and oklahoma, 283

  • Eaten(Definition of eaten)
  • He was hardly the same man who had eaten at their table.

  • Rotor(Definition of rotor)
  • The turbo-generator, which constitutes the electrical end of this unit, is totally enclosed to provide for noiseless operation, and forced ventilation is secured by means of a small fan carried by the shaft on each end of the rotor.

  • Route(Definition of route)
  • Robyn
  • "and she was a borowe," sayd robyn, "betwene a knyght and me, 130 of a lytell money that i hym lent, under the grene wode tree.

  • Rite(Definition of rite)
  • The woman's forehead is marked with cowdung by another widow, probably as a rite of purification, and the cloths of the couple are tied together.

  • Gotten(Definition of Gotten)
  • If he had not had, he never would have gotten across.

  • Riven(Definition of Riven)
  • Shattered limbs, riven skulls, slain and wounded horses, dying men, military accoutrements, gun stocks and bayonets lay strewn around, the terrible evidences of war and havoc.

  • Ron
  • Pa tois' (pat wa') bou quet' (boo ka') bi jou (be zhoo') breech'es (brich'ez) phthis'ic (tiz'ik) por'poise (por'pus) bu'reau (bu'ro) a gain' (a gen') en'glish (ing'glish) dis cern' (diz zern') flam'beau (flam'bo) e nough' (e nuf') haut'boy (ho'boy) en nui' (ong nwe') hic'cough (hik'kup) ron deau' (ron do') right'eous (ri'chus) vign ette' (vin yet') cham'ois (sham'my) squir'rel (or skwur'rel) bou'doir (boo'dwor) suf fice' (suf fiz') ser'geant (sar'jent) cor'tege (kor'tazh)

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