What is the correct spelling for ORDDER?
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Correct spellings for ORDDER
- adder Now and then her horse reared from an adder squirming underfoot, or she would see a torpid boa twined sluggishly around a limb, as about a victim.
- border He is so used to marrying folk who come from England across the Border that he thinks not it his daughter who came with thee, but two who wished to wed.
- dodder My hand shakes like dodder -grass.
- fodder He stooped and crept under the fodder , and then Harry King saw why he kept more there than his horse could eat, and never let the store run low.
- odd It's all very odd ."
- ode It was while living at Cambridge that he wrote his Ode to the Charles river, given below: River, that in silence windest Through the meadows bright and free, Till at length thy rest thou findest In the bosom of the sea.
- oder What's the difference if he's your cousin oder your uncle-we would call the boy after him, anyhow.
- odor There was an odor in the room, but this time it was the kind that lingers in all hospitals.
- older I have met her several times-quite frightened at first, because I had heard about her-you know she is very learned, even for one much older .
- order They kept close behind me, in order that Monsieur Planterre might tell me when to turn to the right or left.
- ordure One is quite astonished to see so rich a gem load its basket with ordure .
- rudder "Ship the rudder ," said the bosun.
- udder The disease seats itself in their udder s, and unless they are most carefully milked out they may be rendered useless as milkers-losing one, two, or even all the quarters of the udder .
- orders The orders have changed.
- odder It is much odder than Shaftonese, but also quite different from it.
- redder Patsey's face grew redder , if such a thing was possible, but he tied on the apron.