Correct spelling for ROUTLEDGE
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Possible correct spellings for routledge
- bootleg At dawn he came down in a coast hamlet for bootleg petrol and oil.
- bootlegger Mr. W. said that it wasn't the Giants but the Yankees that she was watching and where did she get that bootlegger stuff.
- ratlike A ratlike face, with cruel cunning printed on it that had been on front pages and TV screens often, but never for pay.
- rattle His quick ear had caught a faint sound-a kind of rattle-coming from the direction of the house.
- rattled Away they rattled with a parting cheer, and peace fell upon the farm-house for a few hours, to the great contentment of the good people left behind.
- rattler The big rattler beside the door of the next hillock underwent his careful scrutiny, which convinced him that the reptile had recently made a good meal, and would not be dangerous until he had slept it off.
- rootless Alone do we stand, each one, Till rootless as they we strew Those deeps of the corse-like stare At a foreign and stony sun.
- rootlet Heterodora javanica passes into the cortex of sugar-cane roots through fissures, and makes its way to the place where a young rootlet is about to emerge; here it sticks its beak into the growing-point and remains fixed.
- tutelage The childhood of the European nations was passed under the tutelage of the clergy.
- Rutledge Roger Sherman took a similar view, and was supported by Martin, Rutledge, and both the Pinckneys; but the sounder opinion prevailed.
- Rodger Here Long Orrick resolved to make a stand; knowing that no shout that Rodger might give vent to could reach the Checkers in the teeth of such a gale.
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