Correct spelling for IDITO
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Possible correct spellings for idito
- audit Three well-known citizens audit Mr. Parsons' accounts once a year.
- auditor It is credited, whenever it moves, as a just picture of a real original; as representing to the auditor what he would himself feel, if he were to do or suffer what is there feigned to be suffered or to be done.
- dido In society she was nicknamed the Queen of Carthage, from her admirable personification of Dido in a tragedy of that name.
- ditto "I say ditto to Oliver," I replied.
- edit Not improbably he wished me to edit and publish a selection from a chest full of manuscript discourses that stood in the garret.
- editor Editor and members of the Punch Staff, past and present-"outsiders," equally with those belonging to "the Table"-the relations and friends of such as are dead, all have given their help, and have shown an interest in the work which I hope the result may be thought to justify.
- idiom French idiom was evidently unfamiliar in the neighbourhood, for the young gentleman from the office jumped at the opportunity.
- edits Fuller, Margaret, article on Goethe, 57; translates from the German, 116; edits "The Dial," 132; Women in the 19th Century quoted, 177-181; memoirs of, published, 284; judgment of, by Emerson, 285; on metaphysics and religion, 286; as a critic, 287; edits "The Dial," 289; biographical account of, 293; writings of, 358.
11 words made from the letters idito
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