How to spell ETITOR correctly?

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  • abettor She had secret conferences with her steward, with an architect, and also with certain sculptors and painters-all without de Sigognac's knowledge, and by the connivance of Vallombreuse, who seemed to be her confidant, aider and abettor.
  • attar After allowing for this error Zenoleum appeared as harmless and meaningless as would the Attar of Roses.
  • auditor Thence to Auditor Beale's, his house and office, but not to be found, and therefore to the Privy Seale at White Hall, where, with W. Hewer and Mr. Gibson, who met me at the Temple, I spent the afternoon till evening looking over the books there, and did find several things to my purpose, though few of those I designed to find, the books being kept there in no method at all.
  • eater We should have got thus far sooner had we not been delayed by an attack which a great ant-eater made on our dog.
  • edit If I'll make striking phrases for it and edit it, too, he'll give me four thousand dollars.
  • editor Get busy settling into rooms, and in a fortnight I shall expect you to be editor of La Capitale."
  • eider The eider is a large, twelve-pound duck.
  • eliot
  • emit The moon emitted a faint light.
  • emitter The emitter flicked on, and the light illuminated the area.
  • entity Mercury is an entity of the solar system.
  • mediator
  • otter She felt an involuntary smile form on her face at the sight of an otter swimming in the river.
  • petite
  • tatar The Tatar people are a Turkic ethnic group.
  • tater Mom made tater tots for dinner.
  • tito I can't believe Tito is coming to the party.
  • titter I can't help but to titter every time I see Anna tromping around the house in those ridiculous bunny slippers
  • tudor
  • tutor My tutor taught me everything I know about the subject.
  • utter The utter devastation was Jaw dropping.
  • Otto He played in the outfield for the Baltimore Orioles.
  • Etta She went by the name of Etta until she got married.
  • Eton He went to an exclusive boarding school, Eton.
  • edits Tourneux, Maurice, Edits life of Beaumarchais by Gudin, i. 36
  • editors The March Hare must pay its bills as it went along; then its editors would know where they stood.
  • ITO Itto means "to go" in Japanese.
  • TOTO I'm not interested in TOTO; they're not my type.

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