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How to spell RAITHER correctly?

If you meant to write "raither" and are looking for the correct spelling, the word you are most likely referring to is "rather". "Rather" serves as an adverb, indicating a preference or degree. Double-checking spelling can prevent confusion and help convey your message accurately.

List of suggestions on how to spell raither correctly

  • bather The bather came out of the lake and wrapped a towel around himself.
  • cather Willa Cather is known for her writing about the American Midwest.
  • dither Since the dither noise created by the computer is incessant, it is important to ensure that the dithering is turned off
  • either I can either watch TV or sleep.
  • farther I have to walk farther than usual to get to my new office.
  • father In Thailand, a father is often considered the head of the family.
  • gather I need to gather all of my notes before the test tomorrow.
  • hither Sorry, you cannot go hither.
  • lather I always lather my hands with soap before cooking.
  • Lither I'm not sure you're feeling Lither today.
  • Mather The book is about the life of Cotton Mather.
  • neither Neither of us could come up with an answer.
  • raider The raider broke into the house and stole all the jewelry.
  • Rainier Mount Rainier is the highest peak in Washington.
  • raiser
  • rasher I'm having a rasher for lunch.
  • Rater The rater gave the restaurant a five-star rating for their delicious food and great service.
  • rather I would rather playthrough the game again than watch that movie.
  • ratter The ratter caught the mouse that had been hiding beneath the floorboards.
  • rattier I decided to throw out my old sweater because it was getting rattier every time I wore it.
  • richer Investing in the stock market can make you richer over time.
  • thither I directed them to the conference room thither.
  • tither The church encourages members to be a regular tither in order to support its mission and programs.
  • whither It is not known what happened to him whither he went.
  • wither I admit that I wither under the harsh light of public scrutiny.
  • zither She played a beautiful melody on her zither.

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