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Correct spelling for WETHERED
We think the word wethered is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for wethered
An arrow whizzed narrowly past the feathered helmet worn by the captain of the guards.
"you saved my life, owen," said the young man, horror-struck by the withered and wasted form of the peasant.
Long after the latter were weaned she nursed and mothered the squirrels.
He rode in just at dark, his pony lathered from hard going.
He gathered her up close, as if she had been a weary child.
The gardens are small, and the whole number is some two hundred and odd, only the half of which are regularly watered from the great spring.
The situation no doubt was very critical, but they had weathered worse storms and he had every reason to hope they would outlive this storm.
He has not seen them all day long, and he is too tired to be bothered with them in the evening.
Under the very shadow of the tepee, where the little musk-oxen had been tethered, they lay stretched out pathetically on crimson snow-stiff stone-cold, dead.
A recently enacted law of the state of new york-probably fathered by drew-authorized any railroad company to create and issue its own stock in exchange for the stock of any other railroad under lease to it.