What is the correct spelling for REALITIC?

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Correct spelling for REALITIC

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  • baltic Her great, square stern has a row of four glazed windows, alternated with ornamental panels and surrounded by scroll work, and two square ports underneath them close to the water's edge, probably for loading and unloading Baltic timber.
  • celtic His eyes held, as if by some hypnotic influence in the coals, were like those of the crystal gazer who sees shadowy and troubling pictures, and even in the hearth-flare the usually high-colour of his Celtic cheeks appeared faded into a sort of parchment dulness.
  • politic "This," he said, "is the part played by the Senate in the body politic.
  • realistic He did not admire Shakespeare, because his great delineations are too vivid and realistic.
  • reality For a shadow I have missed the lovely reality of a little child-and for a shadow, my own faithful wife, I have all this time done you cruel wrong.
  • realtor "I don't intend to suppose anything of the kind! There's plenty of fellows in my profession that stoop and hate their competitors, but if you were a little older and understood business, instead of always going to the movies and running around with a lot of fool girls with their dresses up to their knees and powdered and painted and rouged and God knows what all as if they were chorus-girls, then you'd know-and you'd suppose-that if there's any one thing that I stand for in the real-estate circles of Zenith, it is that we ought to always speak of each other only in the friendliest terms and institute a spirit of brotherhood and cooperation, and so I certainly can't suppose and I can't imagine my hating any realtor, not even that dirty, fourflushing society sneak, Cecil Rountree!"
  • realty No matter that the hotel life of New York had ascended well to the north of Twenty-third, that the theaters were beginning to gather even north of Thirty-fourth, that a few small, smart, exclusive shops were showing signs of joining the trek-there remained the realty investment in the department stores at Sixth Avenue.
  • relic With the exception of the Temple of the Tooth, at Kandy, no one can say what special relic any one of these remarkable structures was originally designed to shelter.
  • Realities On the following morning, Boone made his farewells, reluctantly as one who has glimpsed magic and who sets his face again to dull realities.

224 words made from the letters realitic

3 letter words made from realitic:

eat, ale, tie, act, ect, let, tlc, ert, tec, tea, ate, ler, tri, air, ace, crt, lit, tic, lac, lie, cat, cli, tai, era, ret, ter, alt, eta, cer, lii, are, cia, rit, tar, ire, lei, lir, rat, art, ail, etc, ice, ali, arc, car, tia, lat, aec, ira, lea, ear.

4 letter words made from realitic:

5 letter words made from realitic:

creal, altri, creil, cleat, trice, atric, talic, talei, itera, irate, licit, crile, litre, tilea, caire, licra, artel, liter, liart, alter, cieri, ceral, crati, trace, crate, catli, ilari, raite, tical, lirae, terai, react, alert, acter, etail, alier, licet, liera, taler, recti, caril, ralte, tiler, trial, elric, irati, lacet, tieri, arcel, recit, telia, rieti, retal, lacri, alite, lacer, atire, certa, creta, erica, clear, cirta, etica, iater, artec, ariil, clier, atler, eclat, litai, cerat, reila, recta, leira, acier, reali, trail, arlit, ictal, tarle, later, cater, actel, caret, tilia, cilea, ticer, icier, letra, carte, retia, airil, iliac, arcti, alire, recai, laeti, relic, teria, reial, ratel, citra, trela, citie, raeti, clert.

Misspelling of the day


  • admits
  • amity's
  • ascribes to
  • be at the bottom of
  • be operation
  • being on case
  • breaks to smithereens
  • bring standstill
  • brings pressure to bear
  • bundles up