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Correct spelling for TREATENED

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Possible correct spellings for treatened

  • Broadened
  • 11 3-gills thin, not much broadened toward the pileus.

  • Deadened
  • Always i was conscious of the evil smell about me, but when the peasant was still i was able to suffer' it, because of sheer weariness, which deadened my senses.

  • Detained
  • Penrod made a wild effort to hold him; but duke was not to be detained.

  • Detersions
  • Dip In To
  • Pretend
  • "so you need not pretend any more, monsieur," she said, seeing that barebone was wise enough to keep silence.

  • Pretender
  • Behold prince assimund, no longer a pretender, but to be hereafter your absolute and legitimate monarch.

  • Reddened
  • He reddened, pleased as a boy.

  • Retained
  • The line of sky showing between the curtains retained no remembrance of the day.

  • Returned
  • "that," returned thorne, "is just where you're wrong.

  • Straitened
  • But they answered ne'er a syllable and the king said, "it sufficeth me that there is nothing alive but rejoiceth with me this day, even to the birds in the sky, but ye, your breasts are straitened.

  • Threatened
  • When threatened with invasion by the enemy he asked immediate aid to protect her from the approaching foe.

  • Tightened
  • The phantom's lips tightened.

  • Traded
  • There seems little reason to doubt that even if the buccaneers did not actually smoke and cure human flesh, as the caribs did, they traded in it and ate it themselves."

  • Trained
  • She would be a splendid success as a teacher, she is so well trained, but her family need her, and all of us down there need her."

  • Treadled
  • Treated
  • People must have treated her very badly at headingly, or her son would not have taken her part.

  • Treating
  • He had been angry on hugh's account chiefly; and he still thought it was very unjust to hinder their lessons, when they wished not to be idle: and yet they were all treating him as if he had done something worse than the boys with the mask.

  • Treatment
  • If you believe that it will make you feel better; and if you will promise, after you have told me, to let me give you the treatment you need.

  • Trended
  • Here, a few miles beyond the point where they had left vandersee, the banks trended ever in a wide sweep, reach after reach, until, allowing for the moon's hourly passage, something in her position proved to barry what he had for some time begun to suspect.

  • Truanted
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