What is the correct spelling for LETTESR?

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Correct spellings for LETTESR

  • leaders He had made up His mind that He would meet with opposition at every point, and that while a faithful few would stand by Him, the leaders of the people would certainly resist and destroy Him.
  • letter I suppose you read the letter or heard all the news in it.
  • letterer Like MacMonnies, George Gray Barnard began life as a jeweller's apprentice, became an expert engraver and letterer , and finally, urged by a ceaseless longing, deserted that lucrative profession for the extremely uncertain one of sculpture.
  • letters But there have never been any letters under mine.
  • lottery Widows also, especially those of high degree and fortune, were encouraged to dip again in the matrimonial lottery , and children were betrothed at a very tender age.
  • lets He will go on having plenty of that sort of thing after he's married-if Jane lets him!
  • liters It is then heated in iron pans, containing 100 liters , until the whole of the water in it has evaporated, which takes from two to three hours.
  • loiters Then it loiters in the pleasant ways of the kings of France during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, and finally falls upon modern effort, not limited to Europe now, but nesting also in the New World which is especially our own.
  • lattes
  • litters The pair had been known to bring up at least three litters ; but the young had been driven at the approach of maturity to outlying hunting grounds, as had been all the weaker tigers of the vicinity.
  • looters Looters will be shot on the spot!"
  • lutes A shadow crept over his mind, and although in his preoccupation he failed to observe the fact, it corresponded with the coming of an ominous cloud over the hill crest above and behind him; for we are but human lutes upon which nature plays at will, now softly and gently, now sounding chords of gladness, now touching to deep melancholy and the grandeur of despair.
  • letterers
  • lettuces
  • let's "Now," she said, "let's go and have tea."
  • gallier
  • galliest

81 words made from the letters LETTESR