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Correct spelling for BETER

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  • barter If that be not fair and rational barter, I know nothing either of trade, logic, or common sense.
  • bate So of ate, at; bate, bat; cure, cur.
  • batter Various suggestions were made, but at last it was decided to batter in the doors with a heavy tree, and a strong party of men were at once despatched to fell and prepare two of suitable size.
  • beater I don't believe she could have heard him even if she hadn't been using the egg beater.
  • bedder See Bedder and Mealer-if you can find them.
  • bede Adam Bede is, in construction, the most perfect of her novels, and Silas Marner of her shorter stories.
  • beer "A little hot beer would do yer bloomin' temper a deal more good than ten yards o' blue ribbon at sixpence.
  • beet It is considered established, now, that four pounds of beet equal in nourishment five pounds of carrot.
  • bet No, Kitty wouldn't bet that.
  • beta Breakfast at the Beta Kappa Fraternity House on Sunday started without him, and Gilbert Frenson, who never played ball or tennis, and Arnold Macey, who was too effeminate to swing a bat, divided the Sunday morning Star between them.
  • betel When it became afternoon, Ini-init went to his home, and Aponibolinayen had cooked, after which she went out to the betel-nut trees.
  • better 1352. Did you find the Lerwick meal better and cheaper than what you got from Mouat?
  • bettor But the eternal law of average will not down, and the percentage in the betting-ring is absurdly against the bettor.
  • bite You shall stand in the corner all tea-time, and not a bite shall you have."
  • biter Pardon, my sacred friend, then quoth the Knight, 96 You are not strangled from an idle frolic, When bit the biter, you'll confess the bite Is full of sense, mordacious but symbolic; In roasting men, O culinary brother, Learn this grand truth-'one turn deserves another!
  • bitter Els doubtless noticed it, but with no bitter or sorrowful thoughts.
  • boater Ralph Wonderson, a tall athletic figure in his immaculate flannels and straw boater, poised himself on the gunwale, gathered himself for a spring, and leaped with the agility of a cat to the bowsprit of the yacht.
  • butter X Spread strips of toast with caviare rubbed to a smooth paste with butter, sprinkle with chopped watercress, and serve cold.
  • byte Compare {{byte}}, {dynner}, {playte}, {nybble}, {quad}.
  • deter To be sure, in order to enjoy gains like these, the men had to risk the perils of battle in addition to the common ones of the sea; but it is a curious fact, recognized in all branches of industry, that the mere peril of a calling does not deter men from following it, and when it promises high profit it is sure to be overcrowded.
  • meter Aug 25, 1882 406,825 Electric Meter .
  • peter 38. 146 Peter, ii.
  • Betty "Will you, Betty-will you?
  • Bette At last, however, owing to the mingling of one personality with another, identification is increasingly difficult, unless the novelist comes to our assistance, as in the story Cousin Bette, where he confesses Lisbeth the old maid, to be made up out of three persons, Madame Valmore, Madame Hanska's aunt, and his own mother.
  • Beyer I would give a good deal to go over to Baden and go into the matter with Von Beyer and make some plans for the exploitation of the new field, but I'm afraid that my pocketbook wouldn't stand the trip.

19 words made from the letters beter

3 letter words made from beter:

bet, ert, bee, ret, tee, reb, ter.

4 letter words made from beter:

5 letter words made from beter:

beter, beret.

Misspelling of the day


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