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Correct spelling for WRIITTEN
We think the word wriitten 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 wriitten
- Rotten(Definition of rotten)
- Mitten(Definition of mitten)
- Writing(Definition of writing)
- Bitten(Definition of bitten)
- Rattan(Definition of rattan)
- Ridden(Definition of ridden)
- Writer(Definition of writer)
- Write(Definition of write)
- Written(Definition of written)
- Kitten(Definition of kitten)
- Whiten(Definition of whiten)
This was a very foolish thing to do, britten.
"rotten luck," he grumbled, "that i've got none with me!"
I looked over the top of my stack of steaming dishes out through a clear place in the frosted window, and saw a fat-faced barrel-shaped boy standing with one hand which had a red mitten on it, holding onto a sled rope, and he was lifting up the latch on our wide gate with the other red-mittened hand....
"that's easy," he said; "there's writing things in yonder desk.
It was one of the mild, dim days that come sometimes in early november, when the pale sunlight is like the pathetic smile of a sad face, and he sat for a long time on the limp, frost-bitten grass beside his mother's grave.
Some of these people had very curious rattan pyramid-shaped hats gaily ornamented with strips of bright-coloured cloth.
God writes straight on crooked lines, captain."
That eglinton had not ridden to le havre on the king's business but on his own, that he had not sent le monarque to scotland in order that he might share in those millions was of course obvious.
A result no less ridiculous would have been obtained if somebody had rewritten a passage from 'paradise lost' as a rondeau."
He was a prolific writer.
Why doesn't he write?
He is not known to have written anything.
Popsey could hardly tear herself from the kitten, and the old woman could not make up her mind to stop kissing rosalie.
The work is to pick up row after row of girls' shoes, standing over night outside their bedroom doors and to blacken them, or whiten them, as the case might be, and to have them punctually back in place, in time for their owners to put on.