What is the correct spelling for MANNTER?

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Correct spellings for MANNTER

  • banter The lines run on from beginning to end in the same strain of bold, broad, hearty banter , as if the whole piece had been written off at a heat.
  • canter We were not, however, hunting people, for we could not afford a pair of good hunters; we contented ourselves with riding to the meets on our hired beasts, with a canter through a lane afterwards.
  • mainer
  • manatee Place him on the deck of a ship, or in the rigging of one, and no man in all England's navy could have been more secure as to his footing, or more difficult to dispossess of it; but set sailor Bill upon shore, and expect him to go ahead upon it, you would be disappointed: you might as well expect a fish to make progress on land; and you would witness a species of locomotion more resembling that of a manatee or a seal, than of a human biped.
  • manet Manet went to Spain after a few months spent in Couture's studio.
  • manger With one vigorous jerk, I dashed open the door, upsetting, at the same time, the poor postillion, who had recommenced his operations on the lock, and, foaming with passion, strode into the "salle a manger ."
  • manned I question very much whether we shall be able to get them all manned up this year.
  • manner A great change took place in the official's manner .
  • manners Billy Manners and I will find a buried treasure, and never let you have a smell of it" "All right, Harry," and Dick went away to get Jack, young Smith and the captain, and start on their visit to the point.
  • manta
  • mantel
  • master Oh, my poor master !
  • mater 102, 24. "Stabat mater ," etc.
  • matter What is the matter with you all?"
  • maunder And I grouse and maunder ?
  • meander Then I fell to pondering over other problems, equally prodigious, so that it was quite a long time before my mind had a chance to meander on to Dinky-Dunk himself.
  • mender Monsieur the Marquis cast his eyes over the submissive faces that drooped before him, as the like of himself had drooped before Monseigneur of the Court-only the difference was, that these faces drooped merely to suffer and not to propitiate-when a grizzled mender of the roads joined the group.
  • mentor Felix, as friend and artistic tutor, was invaluable; but in the guise of mentor for a young woman who had her own way to make in the world, and nothing more to depend on than her artistic faculties and a small income from a trust fund, he was a distinct failure.
  • minder
  • minster
  • minter But she sez you might hold in the Trusts some if you wuz a minter .
  • minute
  • monster
  • monte
  • mounter
  • ranter The minister of St. Rest was really quite objectionable,-a ranter ,-a noisy, 'stagey' creature!
  • Maned
  • minuter
  • mantes
  • Munster
  • mayn't

114 words made from the letters MANNTER