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Correct spelling for EARTERN
We think the word eartern 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 eartern
There was another shock, but less violent than the first, and then the renewed rattle of the chain showed that she was drifting astern.
Izimbongi also-that is, professional praisers-were running up and down before him dressed in all sorts of finery, telling his deeds, calling him "eater-up-of-the-earth," and yelling out the names of those great ones who had been killed in the battle.
They slept around a wood-burning fire in the middle of the earthen floor.
Do you not agree with me that if you were to reach arden in the natural course of events, so to speak, and especially if you got there after your grandmother had returned, you would avoid a great deal of undesirable complication, and perhaps actual opposition?"
3. towards the middle of the third phalanx, the perpendicular artery of percival.
The boat landed on the eastern shore of the river, beyond the walls of the city, and then edith bent her way to the holy walls of waltham.
His dinner was eaten with equal coolness.
They do not fight except with their own kind, nor use their paws except for feet, and appear to have no reason for existence but to furnish meals for meat-eaters.
In not one of the 120 families was there a wage earner making the maximum wage of $3 and $4 a day.