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Correct spelling: timer

Definition of timer:

  1. a timepiece that measures a time interval and signals its end

List of misspellings for timer:

  • ttimes,
  • tiemes,
  • tommower,
  • tomoor,
  • teamwear,
  • 4times,
  • tyher,
  • tiome,
  • timess,
  • ittem,
  • timore,
  • timeyou,
  • dtime,
  • tommor,
  • tier1,
  • rtime,
  • tierd,
  • timelie,
  • tier3,
  • coutomer,
  • tuomr,
  • 5times,
  • timeshe,
  • tmer,
  • dummer,
  • toher,
  • itme,
  • tommrw,
  • tyheir,
  • turmor,
  • timel,
  • stime,
  • timne,
  • 10times,
  • timeat,
  • etime,
  • quitime,
  • tawer,
  • timet,
  • tterm,
  • itmay,
  • tomowr,
  • tiime,
  • tilem,
  • timmed,
  • tomeet,
  • tigeer,
  • gtime,
  • tomorw,
  • ytime,
  • tiere,
  • 1time,
  • curtomer,
  • timmer,
  • timse,
  • wtjer,
  • tomoorw,
  • timez,
  • vadimir,
  • timper,
  • tomrw,
  • tumber,
  • itime,
  • tiner,
  • timelly,
  • tever,
  • wamer,
  • tmem,
  • toymaker,
  • taverm,
  • tuver,
  • timebr,
  • time,
  • tiume,
  • ntime,
  • temer,
  • tiersum,
  • tomoro,
  • tirer,
  • tiimes,
  • tomore,
  • timese,
  • tiyr,
  • timem,
  • timie,
  • taimur,
  • tommorwo,
  • tier2,
  • cutomer,
  • ttime,
  • tier,
  • timesa,
  • owmer,
  • tomoeeow,
  • teamer,
  • ciome,
  • tigher,
  • timley,
  • timewhich,
  • tinme.
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Google Ngram Viewer results for timer:

This graph shows how "timer" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for timer:

  1. My recipe for dealing with anger and frustration: set the kitchen timer for twenty minutes, cry, rant, and rave, and at the sound of the bell, simmer down and go about business as usual.
  2. I'm not saying my wife's a bad cook, but she uses a smoke alarm as a timer.
  3. I don't exactly know what it means to be ready. A cake when the oven timer goes off? Am I fully baked, or only half -baked?
  4. Getting into the habit of switching a timer on will, I promise, save you from any number of kitchen disasters.
  5. Memories are fallible and a timer can save a lot of hard work from going out of the window.

Rhymes for timer:

  1. rhymer, rimer, primer;
  2. climber, dimer;
  3. old-timer;
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