What is the correct spelling for ACCUITTED?

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Correct spellings for ACCUITTED

  • accouter
  • accoutered
  • accoutre
  • accoutred
  • accrued
  • accurate
  • accursed I would jump into a cab and drive there and then to his accursed rooms.
  • accused The good old man tried not to let me see his emotion, and made signs that he could stay no longer, lest he should be accused of being my friend.
  • acquainted You are about as well acquainted with them as I am.
  • acquired She strained her muscles, embraced him with force, with all the science of passion which she had acquired during the years.
  • acquit Why, the lad is sixteen, and though he is uncommonly ignorant of the world, he knows enough of books and that sort of thing to acquit himself very fairly in Australia.
  • acquittal I never saw the man Carlotta would turn her little finger over for before, and she's going in for acquittal with all she's got."
  • acquitted Saul entrusted him with several difficult undertakings, in all of which he acquitted himself with honour.
  • actuate
  • actuated
  • acuity
  • acute
  • agitate
  • agitated
  • occupied
  • Abutted Between the street ends that abutted on it and connected the two sides of the city ran this amazing stream-dirty, odorous, picturesque, compact of a heavy, delightful, constantly crowding and moving boat traffic, which kept the various bridges momentarily turning, and tied up the street traffic on either side of the river until it seemed at times as though the tangle of teams and boats would never any more be straightened out. It was lovely, human, natural, Dickensesque-a fit subject for a Daumier, a Turner, or a Whistler.
  • Acceded A similar proposal had been made by His Imperial Majesty to the Government of Great Britain, which has likewise been acceded to.
  • Accorded And Mr. Jefferson added that, so sound was Washington's judgment, that he was commonly convinced afterwards of the accuracy of his decision, whether it accorded with the opinion he had himself first advanced or not.
  • Accosted An old friend accosted him: Well, Jim, how's this?
  • Accounted Yet he himself has margins about him and a mysterious hinterland not to be confined or accounted for by any scheme.
  • Acted
  • Audited
  • Gutted
  • Jutted
  • Quieted
  • Courted
  • catted
  • circuited

151 words made from the letters ACCUITTED

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