How to spell ATOWER correctly?

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  • adder
  • Adler Adler was a prominent psychologist known for his theory of individual psychology.
  • adobe The village was made up of small adobe huts.
  • adore
  • adorer As an adorer of cats, she had a collection of over fifty cat figurines in her living room.
  • antiwar The group led an antiwar protest against the government's decision to launch a military strike.
  • artier My sister's apartment is much artier than mine with colorful paintings and unique sculptures.
  • ate
  • atelier She spent hours in her atelier, crafting a beautiful painting of the countryside.
  • atoll The atoll is a ring of coral reef surrounding a lagoon.
  • atom An atom consists of positively charged protons, negatively charged electrons, and neutral neutrons.
  • atone He attempts to atone for his mistakes by helping others whenever possible.
  • atop She leapt atop the boulder and began scaling it.
  • attar
  • awe The majestic mountain range filled me with a sense of awe.
  • awed I was awed by the beauty of the lake.
  • dower She promised to give me a dower equal to one-half of my fortune.
  • eater I'm an eater and I love food.
  • ewer The butler filled the ewer with fresh water to be used for hand washing.
  • oder He suggested they oder each other a dish.
  • otter The otter is a playful and curious aquatic mammal.
  • owe We owe it to ourselves to at least give it a try.
  • owed The debt was owed to the family by the deceased.
  • stowe The stowe was used as a place to store hay.
  • tower The tower stood tall against the clear blue sky.
  • twee The new cafe in the city center is decorated in a very twee and whimsical style.
  • utter I was surprised when she said that she had never heard of utter nonsense.
  • widower The widower spent the afternoon going through his things, sorting and organizing to make space for his new bride.

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