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How to spell ARRETE correctly?

We think the word arrete 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.

List of suggestions on how to spell arrete correctly

  • Accrete Over millions of years, the layers of sediment accrete to form majestic mountains.
  • Aerate I need to aerate the soil in my garden before I start planting new seeds.
  • Agree I agree with your decision to attend college and pursue your dreams.
  • Arlene Arlene is a talented artist who creates beautiful oil paintings.
  • Arnett Jason Arnett is the author of an intriguing science fiction novel.
  • Arrest The police decided to arrest the suspect after gathering enough evidence against him.
  • Arrested After conducting a thorough investigation, the police arrested the suspect for the crime.
  • Arrests The police made several arrests in connection with the recent bank robbery.
  • Arrive I will arrive at the airport tomorrow for my flight to Paris.
  • ARTE
  • Aureate The poet was known for his aureate language, using elegant and ornate phrases to create beautiful imagery.
  • Barrett Barrett is a talented musician who plays the guitar like no one else.
  • Barrette My daughter loves wearing a cute barrette in her hair.
  • Crete Crete is the largest island in Greece, known for its stunning beaches and ancient ruins.
  • Garret Garret was excited to move into his new attic garret and create a cozy reading nook.
  • Garrets The artist's studio was tucked away in the garrets of an old Victorian building.
  • Garrett Garrett is a reliable and hardworking employee who always goes above and beyond to complete his tasks.
  • Garrote The assassin silently approached his target from behind, garrote in hand, ready to execute his deadly mission.
  • Jarrett I bumped into Jarrett at the grocery store yesterday.
  • Narrate She asked him to narrate his adventures from the weekend.

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