What is the correct spelling for PEATTER?

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Correct spellings for PEATTER

  • eater I don't care who it is, a sword-eater, a stone-breaker, a giant!
  • pate There was no mistaking that bald pate .
  • patter The rain continued to fall and by its soothing patter on the leaves and roof above us we were ushered into the land of dreams.
  • pattern You will find if you inquire among the West End shops, that although it is a dainty, expensive article from the man's point of view, there is nothing singular about the quality or the pattern ."
  • patty "Oh, you'll get enough o' that fun before you die," said Patty .
  • peat But a man beyond the range of staff was crouching by the peat -stack, with a long gun set to his shoulder, and he got poor father against the sky, and I cannot tell the rest of it.
  • peaty The quantity used depends, however, to a great extent, on the nature and condition of the soil, heavy clays, especially if undrained, and soils of a peaty nature, requiring a large application; while on well drained and light soils a smaller quantity suffices.
  • pester It is perfectly true that the man once presumed to pester me with his attentions.
  • peter "Don't," spoke Peter quickly.
  • petty
  • pewter Cousin Dempster set down his pewter mug, and just stared at me with all his eyes.
  • platte
  • platter
  • potter
  • prater
  • putter For Eric was a champion tennis-player, hockey-player, baseballist, boxer, swimmer, runner, jumper, shot-putter.
  • spatter Spatter-Work Paper and cardboard articles can be prettily decorated by spatter -work.
  • Patted Zane laughed and patted his sister's cheek.
  • Petted In his loneliness, hopelessness, and desolation he found it dangerously sweet to be thus petted and sought after.
  • Pete "It's me-Pete Bell," an excited voice rejoined, evidently that of the horseman who had just arrived.
  • Patti Patti and Lucca were still our rivals at Covent Garden; also Faure and Cotogni; and there was a pretty, young, new singer from Canada with them, Mme.
  • patters Patters, and Slip Songs as Cheap and Good as any Shop in London.
  • pottier
  • pettier

102 words made from the letters PEATTER

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