Correct spelling for TATIRED

We think the word tatired is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word

Possible correct spellings for tatired

  • Attired
  • She herself was very simply attired in white.

  • Third
  • The funeral took place on the third day.

  • Thirty
  • If he will let you have it for thirty dollars, you can buy it."

  • Thread
  • The thread of the renaissance was taken up again only in the enlightenment.

  • Threat
  • I do not say this as a threat-ah, no!

  • Throat
  • The proper length for one turn about a girl's throat, perhaps; not more than that!

  • Tired
  • I thought they were tired.

  • Trade
  • "i don't believe," he said, "i'm meant for an author-not in these days anyhow, when it's a trade.

  • Traded
  • Aku and the lieutenant traded a long, silent look, then the lieutenant almost imperceptibly shrugged his shoulders.

  • Trait
  • Perhaps a man couldn't very well go on being a clergyman if he possessed such a trait.

  • Treat
  • It will be a treat for him, and we shall be as jolly as can be.

  • Treated
  • They must all be treated the same.

  • Treaty
  • Now, my dear friend, tell me, if you can, how is it possible for m. ellauri to sign and conclude a treaty, or even to say that he will, unless he has full powers to do so?

  • Tried
  • He tried to stand up but couldn't do so.

  • Trout
  • Fair trout creek still flows softly by, though not so pleasing to the eye, as when at first its stream i saw, so many, many years ago.

  • Truth
  • I will tell them the truth.

  • Toward
  • Then for all you can tell it may be toward opera?