Correct spelling for EDTOR

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Possible correct spellings for edtor

  • actor "You would have some difficulty in doing that," said the first actor, "she doesn't wear any."
  • astor At the end of his visit he somewhat casually mentioned the fact that he and his wife were staying at the Astor House, adding: "We were anxious to leave for Boston by a late train to-night but I find it impracticable to do so.
  • auditor He did this with great pleasure, for it always relieved his mind when he was permitted to tell the story of his life to a sympathizing auditor, and few had listened more attentively than did the conjurer, partly from real interest, partly in anticipation of the cloth.
  • deter "These yere humane sentiments, however, don't deter him from shootin' soon an' aimin' low, which latter habits makes Wolfville's honoured chief a highly desp'rate game to get ag'inst.
  • detour He struck into the woods, made a short detour, and came out again upon the path some yards in front of Odalite and her guardian.
  • dot "Them as was with us in the van," said Dot.
  • dote You know that I dote on a hunt, and that nothing could make me miss one.
  • eater He is the wild chicken-eater of the woods!"
  • ed I leaves Ed with Mrs. McCane, at the same house.
  • edgar Will not you come too, Edgar?
  • edger
  • edit
  • editor
  • educator
  • enter
  • ester
  • odor
  • outdo
  • outdoor
  • tort
  • tutor
  • Doter
  • ETD
  • Eaton
  • Eton
  • editors
  • EDT
  • ET
  • idiot

37 words made from the letters edtor

4 letter words made from edtor:

deor, toer, doer, tord, dote, redo, orte, toed, tore, treo, rote, dero, oder, tero, odet.

5 letter words made from edtor:

toder, dorte, detro, ordet.

3 letter words made from edtor:

dre, doe, ert, dot, ted, ode, edo, ore, red, tor, rot, ret, rod, toe, oed, tod, ter, roe.

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