Correct spelling for CITTER

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Possible correct spellings for citter

  • biter If ever there was a case of the biter bit- he broke off, laughing.
  • bitter "Then you can afford to be generous," he said, with a bitter laugh.
  • caster The wrong way to turn on a caster board is to lean both decks in the direction of the turn, which will cause the board to move away from the leaning direction in a parallel-sliding fashion.
  • cater Neither Kennedy nor his charming well-beloved had dreamed that Ortmann, alias Horton, patriotic Britannia-rule-the-Waves Englishman, was identical with that meteoric planet in the social firmament of London, Mr Henry Harberton, whose wealth was such that even in war-time he could give two-guinea-a-head luncheons to his friends at one or other of the half-dozen or so London restaurants which cater for such clients.
  • center In the late evening we passed Washburn, the "steamboat center" of the upper river, fifty water miles from Bismarck.
  • chatter Sinfi rose; I sat still on the grass, smoking my pipe, listening to the chatter of the water as it rushed over the rocks.
  • cider His interior smelt strongly of cider.
  • cinder Doom, like a black cat hunting mice, speedily caught them all, unless, perchance, dogs and motors were kinder than we fear to Cinder, who, one winter day, after her morning saucer of milk, struck blithely out into the sunshine from the best of homes and never, though search, inquiry and advertisement did their utmost, was heard of again.
  • cite And we may cite the case of Matthew Hale, who, on one occasion was instrumental to justice being done through himself appearing in disguise, and supporting the wronged party.
  • city L-like the country, Cynthy-like the country better than the city?
  • cotter By using the proper-sized cotter, a substantial and quickly made repair will be the result.
  • critter And if that's been all the poor critter had for his breakfast, I'd like to wager, now, he must be hungry yet."
  • custer Just this side of it is the trail where Custer marched westward to the Yellowstone and the Rosebud to his death.
  • cutter
  • fitter
  • hitter
  • knitter
  • lister
  • liter
  • litter
  • mister
  • miter
  • niter
  • otter
  • quitter
  • scatter
  • setter
  • sifter
  • sister
  • sitar
  • site
  • sitter
  • skitter
  • steer
  • titter
  • utter
  • Cit 12 Aug. 1854 ad 21 et 22 loc. cit.
  • Cited It is decided, say the critics, whose words I have before cited, that the present division of the zodiac had been already arranged by the Egyptians fifteen thousand years before the Christian era, and according to an inscription 'which cannot lie' the temple of Esne is of eight thousand years standing.
  • Cities Coffee in these days was only for the rich who lived in the cities.
  • Slitter
  • cites The author cites the following authorities: Story's Equity Jurisprudence, sections 110, 23; American Jurisprudence, sections 146 and 347; to which I would add 8 Barbour's Supreme Court Reports, 838 and 839, and the case of Rex versus Lynn, 2d Term Report, 233. Now, I contend that, as this law under which the indictment is drawn is a law creating municipal piracy, so it is a law foreign to these foreigners; that, therefore, as to them, it is a matter of fact, and, according to the criminal theory, ignorantia facti excusat, these foreigners cannot be found guilty under this law.
  • wittier
  • cuter
  • cattier Jean Cattier was then considered as a precursor for two main reasons : creating a cuvée that was both a clos and a prestigious champagne.
  • sitters

38 words made from the letters citter

3 letter words made from citter:

ert, tit, etc, cer, tie, crt, tri, ret, tet, tic, tec, ect, rit, ter, ice, ire.

4 letter words made from citter:

5 letter words made from citter:

itter, recit, recti, ticer, titre, cetti, triet, titer, tetri, trite, trice.

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