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Correct spelling for REFERR

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Possible correct spellings for referr

  • refer You refer to a letter which I had nearly a year and a half ago from Lieutenant von Prell?
  • referee It was soon dispelled by the news which swept across the entire enclosure like a sweet smell, that the referee had adopted the theory of a simple accident.
  • referral The Army of Three organized and distributed referral lists of illegal abortionists and held classes on do-it-yourself abortions in California.
  • revere Both revere and support a religious order for which they have not a vocation, and are bound by minor vows less stringent than those of the monks.
  • reverie Audrey listened to the episode in a reverie.
  • Referred Lady Lundie referred Sir Patrick to Geoffrey himself.
  • Referrer
  • refers For Dorothy Roden had been educated abroad, and was not without knowledge of a certain class of English lady to be met with on the Continent, who is always well connected, invariably idle, and usually refers gracefully to a great sorrow in the past.
  • rifer
  • reefer Mishenka, no longer wearing his swallow-tail but in his reefer jacket, came in, and without speaking lighted two candles; then he went out and returned a minute later with a cup of tea on a tray.

9 words made from the letters referr

3 letter words made from referr:

ref, fee, err.

4 letter words made from referr:

reef, free, errr, frre.

5 letter words made from referr:

refer, ferer.

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