Correct spelling for MERRIT

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Possible correct spellings for merrit

  • demerit I am room orderly this week, and am going to have things kept straight, for I can't afford to take any more demerit.
  • ferret He was a trifle over six feet in height, with yellowish, sandy hair, high cheek bones, a rough and mottled skin, a high but narrow forehead, a pair of eyes somewhat like those of a ferret, long, ungainly limbs, and a shambling walk.
  • marat "And I'll bet," offered Robert, "that he sent them since Wayne and I saw him, and that he is now a long way from that place where we left Captain Marat and Ray on watch."
  • mari The Syriac liturgy referred to as the Liturgy of Addai and Mari, originated around the year 200 AD and is used by the Assyrian Church of the East and the Chaldean Catholic Church that claim a connection to the saint and also by the Chaldean Syrian Church and Syro-Malabar Catholic Church in India founded by Thomas the Apostle.
  • marred He had resumed his air of settled gloom, the dignity of which was somewhat marred by a vestige of powdered sugar upon his chin, but in spite of the low esteem in which Renwick had held him, all his former suspicions of the creature rushed over him in a moment.
  • married Was-was I like that when-when he married me?
  • mart "We'll help all we can," Mart promised.
  • meat Ought to eat more, but can't get meat.
  • meet Or does He fear to meet me?
  • mere Nothing; a mere trifle; merely Austerlitz and Marengo.
  • meredith He reported Lady Eileen Meredith had just gone in."
  • merit Perhaps General Triscoe would not have been without excuse if he were not eager to have her share with destitute merit the fortune which she had hitherto shared only with him.
  • merited I see well enough that I am destined to pass this life in misery and labor, with which I am well content, since it thus pleases the Omnipotent, for I know that I have merited still greater chastisement.
  • merlot Bhutan wine production began in the 1990s with the introduction of experimental plantings of Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Gamay, Mondeuse, and Altesse near Thimpu, the capital of Bhutan.
  • merrily "Nor never will be," I cried merrily.
  • merry A little later, Miss Merry turned up, to ask Howard if he would care to look round the house.
  • metre And our scepticism becomes stronger when we observe to what different results these attempts have led, especially in the particular form or forms of metre employed.
  • metro The bus station is owned and managed by Metro (WYPTE).
  • mit Zen dot morning ze man come dare, and ven he see my moder, he go quick avay; and von man come mit someting vot he give my moder, and vot ce drink, and ven ce have drink it, ce sleep.
  • morris All the next day Judge Morris stayed in his rooms.
  • mri MRI use has become increasingly common for diagnosis of appendicitis in children and pregnant patients due to the radiation dosage that, while of nearly negligible risk in healthy adults, can be harmful to children or the developing baby.
  • reit
  • remit
  • writ
  • Met "No; I have not met him.
  • Mort Now on the breeze the mort is borne In the long, clear note of the hunting-horn, Winding merrily, over and over,- Come, come, come!
  • Merrick Merrick: Out of my way and let me see for myself.
  • Merrill Merrill laughed about the climb up old Trinity's spire, the first climb when he carried up the hauling-rope and worked his way clear to the cross, with nothing to help him but the hands and feet he was born with, and did it coolly, while men on the street below turned away sickened with fear for him.
  • Merritt "They hear something coming," whispered Merritt, who lay next to Rob.
  • Emerita Edward Thaddeus Barleycorn Barber (1865–1948), Methodist minister on the island of Fernando Po Edwin Atlee Barber (1851–1916), American archeologist and author Elizabeth Wayland Barber, American author, expert on textiles, professor emerita of archaeology and linguistics Eric Barber (born 1942), Irish professional soccer player Eric Barber (cricketer) (1915–1995), English cricketer Ernie Barber (disambiguation), multiple people, including: Ernie Barber (American football) (1914–1989), American football player Ernie Barber (Australian footballer) (1895–1972), Australian rules footballer Eunice Barber (born 1974), Sierra Leonean athlete
  • merits I do not enter into the merits of that question as between the parties.
  • MURAT As he did so, he screamed at the top of his voice, "This way, General Murat!"
  • merest And by the merest chance he was coming to the farm, and he began to talk of you.
  • merrier It's well you broke it piecemeal: the old callant's A waffly heart; and any sudden joy Just sets it twittering: but the more the merrier!
  • Marriott "I have secured my box for the first performance of The Socialist, Miss Marriott," the duke said.
  • Merriam He had been very attentive to Miss Merriam and she was annoyed to find herself blushing at the mention of his name.
  • merriest The last hours of Christmas eve should ever be the merriest.
  • undiseased

50 words made from the letters merrit

4 letter words made from merrit:

3 letter words made from merrit:

ert, rem, mei, ter, err, mit, trm, mri, tri, rit, rim, tie, ire, ret.

5 letter words made from merrit:

miert, timer, tirer, temir, merit, mirer, trier, mtier, miret, terim, mitre, miter, remit.

6 letter words made from merrit:

trimer, merrit.

Misspelling of the day


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