Correct spelling for TRIDE

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Possible correct spellings for tride

  • bride But once, when there was a wedding near by, Cherry, with others in the church, saw the tears in Mrs. Turner's eyes as she watched the bride.
  • deride Indeed, while it was now fashionable to deride them, the present was, in some ways, perceptibly worse: Literature was, perhaps, bolder in scope, but it showed hardly more than a surprise at the sound of its comparative liberty of speech.
  • dried "No, but his dress; and the other was a homely, dried-up little man, like one of your Englebourn troubles.
  • pride If they had possessed any pride in the past it was all gone now.
  • ride No, you ride with us.
  • stride He seized the child and bore him away with such violence that the howling was abruptly checked; while Scholtz, quietly gathering his still half-clad spouse under an arm, followed with heavy stride.
  • tide And in the night I yeard the thunder of the waves at the fall of the spring tide.
  • tirade Whereupon the girl produced the letter, which she waved before his face, accompanying the act with another tirade of words of which the Indian understood less than he had of the previous outburst.
  • tired I am tired and want to go to bed."
  • trad =Seeley, J. R. = Courte histoire de Napoleon I. Trad.
  • trade 329, 330; English trade with, vii.
  • trader His giant figure dwarfed the trader almost to nothing, but he seemed to weigh the situation well before he committed himself.
  • treed An' somewhere he treed thet lion, right below me, in a box canyon, sort of an offshoot of the second rim, an' I couldn't locate him.
  • triad Thus the Arian trinity of divine persons forms a descending series, separated by infinite degrees of honour and glory, resembling the philosophical triad of orders of spiritual existence, extending outwards in concentric circles.
  • tribe Our tribe yearly visits the place.
  • trice Two others, who had been stretched on the floor, simultaneously grabbed his companion by the skirts and wound their arms about his knees: and so in a trice both heroes were brought to ground.
  • tried Somebody tried another one.
  • trike Chaser or Chase gun, a cannon mounted in the bow or stern of a sailing ship HMS Chaser (D32), an aircraft carrier Toyota Chaser, an automobile Cosmik Chaser, a British ultralight trike design
  • tripe As the Company's servants are liable, on the shortest notice, to be sent from one end of the continent to another, they are quite accustomed to change of diet;-one year rejoicing in buffalo-humps and marrow-bones, in the prairies of the Saskatchewan, and the next devouring hung white-fish and scarce venison, in the sterile regions of Mackenzie River, or varying the meal with a little of that delectable substance often spoken of by Franklin, Back, and Richardson as their only dish-namely, tripe-de-roche, a lichen or moss which grows on the most barren rocks, and is only used as food in the absence of all other provisions.
  • trite It thrilled him, fascinated him, made all ordinary modes of life trite and tame, and left him asking, Was not this life indeed?
  • Trod
  • Trudy
  • triter
  • trued

31 words made from the letters tride

3 letter words made from tride:

dit, ter, tie, rit, die, dre, tri, ret, ert, ted, red, ire, rid.

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