What is the correct spelling for ELEDER?
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Correct spellings for ELEDER
- alder Having tested birch, maple, hickory, oak, ash, poplar, alder , red cedar, mahogany, palma brava, Philippine nara, Douglas fir, red pine, white pine, spruce, Port Orford cedar, yew, willow, hazel, eucalyptus, redwood, elderberry, and bamboo, we have adopted birch as the most rigid, toughest and suitable in weight for hunting arrows.
- alter Max had just about come to this decision when he had occasion to alter his views of the matter.
- bleeder Bleed air, compressed air taken from gas turbine compressor stages Bleeder, baseball term for a weakly hit ground ball that goes for a base hit Bleeding (computer graphics), a computer graphics term for when a graphic object passes through another in an unwanted manner Bleeding or capillary action, the ability of a substance (such as blood, ink, or water) to flow in narrow spaces without the assistance of, and in opposition to external forces like gravity Bleeding, purging air from a radiator, brake line, fuel line, etc.
- eider In the past century the Eider Canal was built, which, while it affords a wonderful example of the ability of that day, still, as it was intended only for the passage of the smaller craft, could not satisfy the increased demands of the present day. It remained for the newly founded German Empire to find a satisfactory solution for this great problem.
- elate Curtis rode away elate as a boy. Something which he did not care to define had come to him from her, subtle as a perfume, intangible as light, and yet it had entered into his blood with most transforming effect.
- elder The elder stopped, and looked at her mother.
- elders We sat with them a quarter of an hour in the stillness which no one broke, the elders on the platform, with their brows bowed on their hands, apparently more deeply lost in it than the rest.