What is the correct spelling for ITCKET?

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Correct spellings for ITCKET

  • decked He was hers, let all the women in the world be beautiful and decked in silks and satins.
  • docked It was not until the ship was docked that Little heard the story.
  • docket Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit; the citation includes the cases original docket number (No.
  • octet For many chemical species, a single Lewis structure, consisting of atoms obeying the octet rule, possibly bearing formal charges, and connected by bonds of positive integer order, is sufficient for describing the chemical bonding and rationalizing experimentally determined molecular properties like bond lengths, angles, and dipole moment.
  • stacked Clark was himself, of course, in desperate straits, without means for carrying on a successful siege, but the British were far from suspecting this, and at ten o'clock on the morning of February 25, 1779, marched out and stacked arms, while Clark fired a salute of thirteen guns in honor of the colonies, from whose possession the Northwest was never again to pass.
  • stocked 10, 11, 21. A whole library might be stocked with the various treatises which have appeared on the situation of the country of Ophir: Arabia, Persia, India, Java, and America have all been suggested.
  • ticket She looked, first at the ticket , then into the face of the passenger.
  • tucked I was always glad to hear about a fight, and was very soon tucked up at the end of my father's green sofa.
  • Attacked He ought to have attacked them immediately with fresh troops.
  • Ducked Tony and Rick ducked.
  • Inked The finger is then inked and printed.
  • Tacked Ranger Winess tacked muslin over the rough boards so it would look nicer to the young mother.
  • Ticked Patiently Maynard sat, not heeding the flight of the hours, not heeding the old clock that ticked loudly on the landing.
  • irked As for the King Alfonso, at heart it irked him sore: Rise up!

26 words made from the letters ITCKET