Correct spelling for RUTTER
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Possible correct spellings for rutter
- butter This must either be wasted entirely or made into butter and cheese.
- cutter He passed rapidly beyond the following of Mr. Gerrish, and mounted to the place Elbridge made for him in the cutter.
- gutter An old man, dirty, in rags, stepped with an eager eye past him and stooped for a moment into the gutter.
- mutter "There is not its equal for mutton-" "I'm glad of it, Owen; and it only remains for me to make the shepherd something more comfortable;-well, take this; and when I next come up here, which I intend to do, to fish the lake, I hope to find you in a better house;" and he pressed a pocket-book into the old man's hand as he said this, and left the cabin: while both Owen and his father were barely able to mutter a blessing upon him, so overwhelming and unexpected was the whole occurrence.
- nutter I believe he wanted to see how far Nutter was behind them.
- putter But for the men, on week days, there is little to do except to "putter" about the house, banking its foundations with dry seaweed as a precaution against searching no'theasters, whitewashing the barns and outbuildings, or fixing things in the vegetable cellar where the sticks of smoked herring hang in rows above the barrels of cabbages, potatoes, and turnips.
- ratter You are Angora Bill, the Champion Chinchilla of fourteen consecutive annual shows, and the neatest little ratter that ever lived.
- rioter In point of fact, the Lord Mayor and aldermen were afraid of the King's supposing them to have organised the assault on their rivals, and each was therefore desirous to show severity to any one's apprentices save his own; while the nobility were afraid of contumacy on the part of the citizens, and were resolved to crush down every rioter among them, so that they had filled the city with their armed retainers.
- rotter Her husband may have been a rotter and all that sort of thing, but he's dead and buried and she can't see anything but the good that was in him for the simple reason that it's on his tombstone.
- router A router, for cleaning out and smoothing the bottoms of grooves and depressions, is very useful at times.
- rudder I took hold of the tiller to try it, but either the helm was frozen immovable or the rudder was jammed in its gudgeons or in some other fashion fixed.
- rutted Following the deeply-rutted street, which had a narrow, plank sidewalk, they reached the Imperial hotel; a somewhat pretentious, double-storeyed building of unpainted wood, with a verandah in front of it.
- Rater Provided nevertheless and be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, That no clothier, being a justice of peace in any precinct or liberty, shall be any rater of any wages for any weaver, tucker, spinster, or other artizan that dependeth upon the making of cloth; and in case there be not above the number of two justices of peace within such precinct or liberty but such as are clothiers, that in such case the same wages shall be rated and assessed by the major part of the common council of such precinct or liberty, and such justice or justices of peace (if any there be) as are not clothiers.
- Rooter She continued to meditate disapprovingly upon Henry Rooter.
- rattier The land from the river rose quite rapidly until it reached an elevation of several hundred feet, when it was broken by gorges, ravines and chasms, which made it rattier difficult to travel, and gave it an extremely wild and picturesque appearance.
- ruder This creates a variety; the Kandyans being somewhat ruder than the other Singhalese.
24 words made from the letters rutter
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