Correct spelling for TRAYTOR
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Possible correct spellings for traytor
- orator I saw that Master Simon was for making off, as soon as he found himself in the neighbourhood of this fire-ship; but the general was too loyal to suffer such talk in his hearing, and thought, no doubt, that a look and a word from a gentleman would be sufficient to shut up so shabby an orator.
- tractor My favorite, which I asked for every year, was a wind up tractor with rubber treads which we would try to make climb over stacks of books on the floor.
- trader Lemme see; you know ole Harkins, the mad trader?"
- trait This trait is seen on every hand in Japan.
- traitor He could not have turned traitor.
- traitors In the bloody council called by the traitors she urged that Constantine should be rendered incapable of holding the throne.
- carbon-intensive The Co-operative Group supported the Beaver Lake Cree Nation as part of its 'Toxic Fuels campaign "against the alarming global trend of developing carbon-intensive unconventional fossil fuels such as tar sands", which ran from 2008 to 2012.
72 words made from the letters traytor
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Misspelling of the day
- be in a quandary
- bought into
- gives it ones all