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How to spell GATTERED correctly?

If you've mistakenly typed "gattered" instead of "gathered", fret not! Autocorrect might have tripped you up, but it happens to the best of us. Here's a quick fix: simply replace the incorrect spelling with the correct one. Voila! Your text is now error-free, making your message clearer and more professional.

List of suggestions on how to spell gattered correctly

  • attired
  • Bartered The old sailor bartered his prized compass for a bag of spices at the market.
  • battered The old book had a battered cover and pages missing.
  • Bettered She worked hard and her efforts were rewarded as her performance bettered.
  • Buttered
  • Cantered The horse cantered gracefully around the ring during the equestrian show.
  • Catered The event was catered by a renowned chef who brought the most delicious dishes.
  • Chattered
  • Clattered As the pots and pans fell out of the cupboard, they clattered loudly onto the kitchen floor.
  • fettered The prisoner was fettered with heavy chains on his wrists and ankles.
  • Garnered The young artist garnered a lot of attention when her paintings were displayed in the local art gallery.
  • gathered
  • Glittered Her dress glittered in the bright lights of the ballroom.
  • Guttered
  • lettered The vintage leather bound book was beautifully lettered in gold ink.
  • littered The park is completely littered with trash.
  • Mattered I realized that the things I used to prioritize so much no longer mattered after going through a life-changing experience.
  • Muttered She muttered something under her breath as she stormed out of the room.
  • Pattered As the rain pattered on the roof, I curled up with a good book.
  • Pottered
  • Puttered He puttered around the garage, rearranging his tools and sweeping the floor.
  • scattered
  • shattered The mirror shattered into a million tiny pieces when it fell to the ground.
  • tattered The flag was tattered and torn after enduring the harsh winds of the storm.
  • Tittered The girls tittered nervously as they walked past the spooky old mansion.
  • Tottered The old man tottered as he tried to stand up from his chair.
  • uttered The professor uttered a deep sigh when he realized all of his notes had been erased.
  • watered I watered the plants twice a week to help them grow.

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