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Correct spellings for GATTERED

  • attired His eye next catches a couple of sailors reeling out of a grogshop, to the amusement of a group of laughing negresses, in white muslin dresses of the latest Parisian fashion, contrasting strongly with a modestly attired Cingalese woman, and an Indian ayah with her young charge.
  • battered He carried a rusty satchel, grimy and battered , like the scarred veteran of a long and strenuous campaign. And now shattered lord and battered – I Live On A Battlefield by taylor hicks
  • fettered The conclusion of the whole matter was, that it must be the design of Providence to make him part with the last clog that fettered him; he was to have no ease in life until he had yielded the castle!
  • gathered
  • lettered He has read all the black-lettered divinity in the Bodleian, and says that none of the cram men shall have a chance with him.
  • littered Then they saw that a little beyond blankets and camp utensils littered the trail.
  • scattered Everything had been taken out of the houses and scattered to the four winds of heaven.
  • shattered Pointing to the shattered toy upon the ground, she only echoed his own words.
  • tattered She is not more beautiful here than when I saw her first in the sunlight on that memorable day, at the corner of Essex Street, Strand, bare-headed, her shoulders shining like patches of polished ivory here and there through the rents in her tattered dress, while she stood gazing before her, murmuring a verse of Scripture, perfectly unconscious whether she was dressed in rags or velvet; her eyes-' 'The eyes-it is the eyes, don't you know-it is the eyes that are not quite right,' said Sleaford.
  • uttered Beric uttered an exclamation of anger.
  • watered I watered the horses, and I do not know what made me rest them for a little while, but I did.
  • Bartered But he who has bartered away his mats or his fishing-gear, must make other mats or fishing-gear for himself; and in so doing must, in some degree, further develop his aptitude.
  • Bettered Had I been at Bagamoyo a month, I could not have bettered my location.
  • Buttered Lay them in buttered pans and set them to rise.
  • Cantered Waving her gloved hand she cantered off and rejoined the rest of the hunters going on ahead.
  • Catered
  • Chattered
  • Clattered Presently the delivery chute clattered and the money was in it, crisp new bills neatly wrapped, the total of his savings over the years.
  • Garnered
  • Glittered
  • Guttered
  • Mattered
  • Muttered
  • Pattered
  • Quartered
  • Tittered The clubbists tittered, except the girl called Tess-in whom a slow heat seemed to rise at the sense that her father was making himself foolish in their eyes.
  • Tottered Lachlan groaned, the first moan he had made, and then he tottered to his feet.
  • Pottered He began with two hundred and fifty dollars' worth of rubbish and a monkey wrench four years ago, and has pottered and tinkered and traded and progressed until he now owns a last year's model, staggering under labor-saving devices.
  • Puttered
  • galvanizations

159 words made from the letters GATTERED

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