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How to spell SEMTER correctly?

If you accidentally misspelled "semter", it is likely that you meant "semester". This term refers to one of the divisions of an academic year, typically lasting around 15 to 18 weeks. Other potential correct suggestions for the misspelling could include "senter" or "semiter", but "semester" is the most accurate.

List of suggestions on how to spell semter correctly

  • demeter
  • meter The water meter outside my house records how much water I use.
  • remoter As I traveled on, the towns grew remoter and the landscape more isolated.
  • scepter The queen held a golden scepter as a symbol of her authority.
  • seamier This seamier subject is definitely not for the faint of heart.
  • seder The seder is a Jewish ritual dinner that commemorates the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt.
  • seeder A seeder is a machine that plants seeds in a field.
  • semester I am looking forward to the new semester and all the new opportunities it will bring.
  • semite
  • Semites The term Semites refers to a group of people who come from a common linguistic and cultural background.
  • Semtex The bomb contained Semtex.
  • settee Our settee was covered in throw pillows, making it the perfect place to relax.
  • setter The setter on the volleyball team is responsible for setting up the ball for the hitter.
  • simmer Set the saucepan over medium heat and stir in the can of crushed tomatoes. Simmer for 30 minutes.
  • sitter
  • smelter The smelter was producing sharply contrasting colors with the metal being heated.
  • sorter The sorter in the mailroom helped organize all the packages and letters for delivery.
  • summer I am looking forward to summer because it's the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the sun.
  • Sumter
  • sweater I brought a new sweater with me to keep me warm on the bus.
  • sweeter The sun shone brighter and the flowers were sweeter than before.

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