What is the correct spelling for NATCHER?

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Correct spellings for NATCHER

  • archer Robin Hood, full of rage, cried out, "You said I was no archer , but you have found me one, and you now deny me my reward."
  • catcher You are a catcher of slaves, and you have taken two.
  • etcher Greatly transcending Japanese expression, the modern etcher has undoubtedly accepted moral support from the islands of the Japanese.
  • nacho Necho, Nacho , Necus, Negus, which in the Egyptian and Ethiopic languages signified a king, probably was an abbreviation of Anaco, and Anachus.
  • natchez Dropping down the vast current he most patiently made a thorough examination of the banks from Natchez to the gulf, and finally determined to make the Crescent Bend the future capitol.
  • natter I natter myself, at least, that I have so much of humility."
  • nether Boot hose were made of a variety of materials, and were occasionally called nether stocks; socks were sometimes put over them; and tops were of Holland linen or lace, and formed the lining of the full hanging boots of the Cavaliers.
  • niche Lose us and the earth has lost nothing, no niche is empty, no force has ceased to play, for we have no aim and therefore we are still-nobody.
  • nosher
  • notch Lay round each a rim made of an even strip of the paste, and notch it handsomely.
  • notched These act chemically on the fibres and soften and expand them, causing the notched edges to become so prominent that they catch in one another.
  • rancher Over and over again, an Indian will go around an obstacle through which the Bush-rancher would hew a passage.
  • snatcher He studied Jimmy with new interest, proud in the belief that he had brought a confirmed "baby-snatcher" to justice.
  • thatcher The December afternoon sun struck in at the windows, and fell across the heads of the busy scholars, and as he looked, Dr. Thatcher was a boy again, and Rose and her companions were the "big girls" of the school.
  • watcher Each watcher was straining his eyes at the brownstone mansion on Fayette street.
  • Natch Unprepared, find unsuspecting, the "Caroline," at no time a natch for her powerful adversary, must fall an easy victim; nor would there be much reason to apprehend that a single shot from the battery could reach them, before the captor, and his prize, would be at such a distance as to render the blow next to impotent if not utterly innocuous.
  • notches He handed the gun over to Silas, who saw for the first time that there were seven notches cut in the stock, the particularly long one representing the time that Tug had shot at the shadow, and missed.
  • patchier The hills on both sides of the river grew loftier and more rugged as we ran to the south, and the trees became patchier and scrubbier.
  • catchier I venture to say that Irving Berlin himself couldn't have done anything catchier than that by way of a lyric.

244 words made from the letters NATCHER