What is the correct spelling for OFDER?
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Correct spellings for OFDER
- adder The mistake in identity, was, however, excusable, for in size, shape, colouring, and marking it so closely resembled an adder that I was not readily convinced to the contrary.
- after But I shall never do that after to-day."
- eider There goes an eider duck!
- fodder His reasons for wishing to cross in the winter are, first, that in summer ponies must be used for the journey, and they could not carry sufficient food and fuel for the expedition as well as fodder for themselves; second, the roughness of the ground and the weight of the burdens would necessitate very short distances being traversed each day.
- ode And the doctrine of pre-existence, which appears in the famous Ode , is one which it has been hitherto impossible to admit into the scheme of Christian beliefs, though many Christian thinkers have dallied with it.
- oder Dey ship me aboard wid oder slaves; and den a bigger rascal still take de whole of us on board de Sea-Hawk dere.
- odor The odor from the body was heavy and most sickening to an American, and yet there was no trace of the unusual on the various faces.
- offer But I must offer it.
- oft "Then sit, children; lend me your aid with the gifts; and now, as dark comes on, while yet your father and brother are not returned from their work, I will repeat again the oft -told story.
- often I often feel just like that.
- older The older woman only shook her head.
- order Yes, I would order Pommard.
- otter His thick, red-gold hair and beard, streaked with snowy white, his light, flax-blue eyes and his green forester's garb, with high tan boots and a cap of otter fur garnished with the feather of some bird he had slain-all this gave him a strange, gladsome, and gaudy look.
- outer He was walking slowly through the outer hall of the station when a large man came up with him and greeted him quietly.
- over But of course it had to be done; so I had to get over it.
- overt Some preferred immediate action; others thought it advisable to wait until some actual "overt act," as it was called, was committed by the new administration.
- udder Thus it comes to mean "flowing from the udder " and so "overflowing."
- offers Mr. Barnes had never had so many thousand-dollar offers made to him in so short a time before.
- odder Onct she wuz de fastest horse in dis State or any odder , I reckon.