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How to spell RETEN correctly?

If you've misspelled "reten", there are a few possible correct suggestions. The correct spelling should actually be "retain", which means to keep or hold onto something. Another suggestion could be "return", which refers to giving something back. Make sure to double-check your spelling to ensure accurate communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell reten correctly

  • beaten
  • breton I love to wear my breton striped shirt in the summer.
  • cretan
  • cretin It is not appropriate to use the word "cretin" as it is considered offensive and ableist.
  • eaten
  • eden To Adam and Eve, the Garden of Eden was a source of untold happiness.
  • Eton Prince William and Prince Harry attended Eton College, a prestigious boarding school in England.
  • neaten
  • preteen The preteen boy was thrilled to receive a new bike for his birthday.
  • rate We'll need to rate our results.
  • Rater I am a Rater and I Rate everything.
  • redden The setting sun caused the leaves to redden and glimmer with a fiery glow.
  • reed The sound of the clarinet was beautiful because of the reed.
  • reign Under her reign, the kingdom prospered.
  • rein Do not rein in your horse until you are sure he has calmed down.
  • Rene Rene Lacoste was a legendary French tennis player.
  • Renee Victoria rejected Renee's offer to help.
  • renew
  • renter The landlord has to ensure that the renter pays the rent on time.
  • reopen The bookstore will reopen tomorrow with new safety measures in place.
  • retain I intend to retain the current lawyers to handle my case.
  • retaken The town was retaken by the soldiers.
  • retell For my book report, I had to retell the plot of the story.
  • retie I need to retie my shoelaces before we can continue walking.
  • retied After the knot came undone, she retied her shoelaces.
  • reties
  • RETINA What's behind your retina?
  • return
  • reuben The sandwich was named after Reuben.
  • rite
  • rote I always forget my rote in biology class.
  • rotten The apple I picked from the tree was rotten.
  • RTE I need to phone RTE.
  • teen I was a rebellious teen who always hated following rules.
  • ten She has ten cars.

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