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Correct spellings for OHTERS

  • afters
  • oates
  • otis
  • otter And there my good friend, Stephen Otter ; And, ere the light of evening fail, To them I must relate the Tale Of Peter Bell the Potter." – Peter Bell, A Tale by William Wordsworth
  • outer
  • Oats She sorter feels 'er oats now.
  • Utes Before long we saw them, Utes and Mountain Apaches, a large party-too many for us to fight with.
  • Goiters
  • Otters But as the old otters had few enemies to dread, being both brave and powerful, they had also a back entrance on dry land, hidden by a thicket of fir bushes.
  • Oysters 1001. Have the Burra people any complaints to make with regard to oysters?
  • enters Anna Crilly enters from corridor.
  • alters It was a short and shallow feeling-not perfect love: 'Love is not love Which alters when it alteration finds.
  • orders Perhaps he is just waiting for orders .
  • cotters But the two cotters are hard-working fellows.
  • totters Behold,-this realm-though proud and powerful It seems-totters upon the edge of doom.
  • utters Thousands play at Newport, Saratoga, and other places of resort, with thousands looking on, and no one utters a word of rebuke.
  • boaters
  • porters
  • odors
  • inters
  • loiters The perspective there is often like the perspective in old Naples, but the uproar in Genoa does not break in music as it does in Naples, and the chill lingering in the sunless depths of those chasms is the cold of a winter that begins earlier and a spring that loiters later than the genial seasons of the South.
  • OUTS
  • ODES The odes or Qasidas, however, began with a love prelude, called nasib, in which the poet dwelt on his love sorrows merely to win the hearts of his hearers to his chief theme.
  • OVERS
  • looters They saved whole towns from renegade looters by just mentioning Shelby's name.
  • others
  • voters
  • haters
  • pouters There are few houses so small that there is not room somewhere for a pigeon-box, and there are no roofs or yards so humble that the handsomest and proudest "pouters" and "tumblers" and "fan-tails" will not willingly come and strut and coo about them as long as they receive good treatment and plenty of food.
  • sorters Hanlon looked about and found a rock near the sorters , and used this for a seat.
  • footers "I can get about five hundred men with conveyers, including a couple of two-hundred-footers to carry airboats," he said.
  • doters
  • potters The potters say they taught themselves, and have always made earthenware.
  • eaters
  • esters
  • routers
  • agonizings
  • backnumber
  • bad-humored
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