Correct spelling for RIST

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Possible correct spellings for rist

  • fist There was a red spot on his cheek where the white man's fist had struck.
  • gist It is the gist of my story.
  • grist "In the early use of friction-gearing, when it was used only as backing gear in saw-mills, and for hoisting in grist-mills, the pulleys were made so as to present the head of the wood to the surface; and we occasionally yet meet with an instance where they are so made.
  • list What a terrible list of sins!
  • mist Mainwaring surmised in an instant that the trader's visit related somehow to news of Captain Scarfield, and as immediately, in the relief of something positive to face, all of his feeling of restlessness vanished like a shadow of mist.
  • rest Where's the rest of you?
  • rift Indeed Curly would not have let him forget her if he had been so inclined; for he felt that she was a bond between him and Alec, and he loved Alec the more devotedly that the rift between their social positions had begun to show itself.
  • riot And now in the evening papers there was a story of how a riot had taken place outside Messrs.
  • rise At what time did you rise?"
  • risk Should he risk it?
  • rust But, next morning, in her little black bonnet, the rust out in her black dress and the "want ad."
  • wrist And the silver ring on his wrist.
  • Hist Sioux War, and Neill's Hist.
  • Wist Anon Sir Launcelot made his complaint unto the king how he was betrayed, and how his brother Sir Lionel was departed from him he wist not where, and how his daughter had delivered him out of prison; Therefore while I live I shall do her service and all her kindred.
  • DIST Eastern extreme of the shore S. 31 deg. E. Small opening, dist.

6 words made from the letters rist

3 letter words made from rist:

sit, sir, rit, tri, irs.

4 letter words made from rist:

stir.

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