How to spell GETTER correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell getter correctly

  • begetter The begetter of this plan was my boss.
  • Bette Bette is a great actress who has won multiple awards for her performances.
  • better
  • cotter I cotter with the scissors.
  • cutter
  • deter The police presence may deter crime in certain areas.
  • eater She was an eater of many books.
  • fetter The fear of failure can be a powerful fetter that prevents some people from pursuing their dreams.
  • gaiter I wore a gaiter to keep my neck warm during the skiing trip.
  • garter She slipped off her dress and replaced it with a pair of white ankle-length garter socks.
  • gender Some people identify as being of the opposite gender.
  • getty
  • glitter Sarah's new outfit sparkled with glitter.
  • goiter A person with a goiter needs to see a doctor.
  • Gotten I have gotten used to going to bed at a reasonable hour.
  • grater
  • greater I believe that we have a greater purpose in life than just existing.
  • greeter A greeter at the event greeted guests as they entered the hall.
  • Gutted
  • gutter I constantly have to empty the gutter because of all the leaves.
  • gutters She has a beautiful garden but the gutters are full of leaves.
  • jester King John selected a jester to amuse him.
  • Jetted I was jetted to Vegas for my friend's wedding.
  • jotter I am always losing my jotter.
  • letter I received a letter from my cousin who lives in England.
  • meter The meter measures the distance between two points in meters.
  • netter Netter is the kindest guy you'll ever meet.
  • otter We found an otter in the river.
  • peter Peter invented the printing press.
  • pettier I don't want to waste my energy on this petty argument as it will only lead to pettier things.
  • setter The setter on the volleyball team is responsible for setting the ball for their teammates to spike.
  • utter I was absolutely appalled by the utter lack of professionalism in the meeting.
  • wetter I brought my umbrella because it was going to be a wetter day.

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