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Correct spelling for CREIT
We think the word creit 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. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for creit
So when he came back from buckhorn this afternoon with the farm supplies, he brought on his own hook two small boxes of california plums and a whole crate of oranges.
He glided down the stream of time smoothly and calmly to the 28th of july 1795, when he threw off his mortal coil-resigned his quiescent spirit into the hands of its creator-fell asleep in the arms of his lord and master deeply mourned and sincerely lamented.
Then folks had wanted him to be glad of the little girl's coming, but he had not cared a bit about it; now they all expected him to be sad and disconsolate over her departure, and he was not that, either.
The tendency of the arc to wander is also increased, so that cored carbons are essential, and their diameter must be made as small as possible.
Mr. gray, unmindful of sid's propinquity, still bent over the books on his counter, and scratched away with his pen; sidney, with his glasses on-the old sidney of suffolk street days-stood very erect and still, smiling to himself at the surprise he should create.
Corot and rembrandt, as dutilleux pointed out, arrived at the same goal by absolutely different ends.
Est opus egregium sacros jam scribete libros, nec mercede sua scriptor et ipse caret.
[j] the carat is the seed of a kind of vetch common in india, and is of such uniform weight that it naturally suggested itself as a standard measure, just as in our country the barley grain was taken as the unit.