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Correct spelling for WATAR

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Possible correct spellings for watar

  • Tatar
  • War
  • Dis-Harmony
  • Wade
  • Watery
  • Waters
  • Watts
  • Whiter
  • Vita
  • Wot
  • Warty
  • Tartar
  • Waiter
  • Wader
  • Wait
  • Ward
  • Qatar
  • Warder
  • Watt
  • Dis-Hearten
  • Waster
  • Woad
  • Watteau
  • Wad
  • Wats
  • Water
  • Data
  • But he could not have picked up enough data, in that way, to make a connected and coherent communication.

  • Wit
  • Wear
  • Wotan
  • What
  • Vat
  • Witt
  • Wetter
  • Tar
  • Waite
  • Wadi
  • Wart
  • Star
  • Dis-Harmonizing
  • Wartier
  • Adar
  • Adenosine deaminases acting on rna (adar) are enzymes responsible for binding to double stranded rna (dsrna) and converting adenosine (a) to inosine (i) by deamination.

  • Walter
  • Wet
  • Attar
  • I had followed them, trusting to the crowd and my skill as an 'artful dodger,' up to this moment quite closely; but i now fell back, and withdrew myself a little distance from the aisle where all three were now loitering, the woman examining with wondering eyes marvellous turkish slippers with turned-up toes, and olive-wood beads and bracelets, proffered by fierce mohammedans in baggy trousers and tasselled fez, or by swarthy, oily-skinned girls with bushy hair and garments of oriental colouring, or in tailor-made gowns, and with the ubiquitous fez as a badge of their office-or servitude; rugs and draperies, attar of roses in gilded vials, souvenir spoons, filigree in gilt and silver, toys of unknown form and name, cloying turkish sweets, foreign stamps, coins, relics, all came under her unsophisticated eyes, while her spouse gazed upon moorish daggers, swords of strange workmanship, saddles and stirrups of singular form, and much strange gear and gay trappings, the use of which he could never have guessed but for the learned explanations of his now carelessly amiable guide.

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