What is the correct spelling for SITER?

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Correct spellings for SITER

  • biter Some people have come out here in the expectation of "taking in" the guileless colonist, but the biter has been bit.
  • cider "Oh, thanks," repeated the other; "jolly good cider , too.
  • cite But we will pause here; examples are not lacking, but they would carry us too far; and then, they are not cheerful, and are out of our usual line; it was Monsieur Cherami's plight which induced us to cite so many.
  • liter Filter the solution, and when cold add 10 liter s of the liquid to 4 liter s of glycerin and 1 liter of methyl alcohol.
  • miter "My archbishop's miter , M. Lecocq," said Dubois, "and now to your work; I go to mine."
  • niter Napoleon's niter -bed is not now considered a good model for a grape-border, as the fruit produced in so rich a soil, though abundant, is coarse and poorly flavored, and the vines complete their own destruction by over-bearing.
  • sate On my right, or to the eastward, a double topped hill sate in the centre of this fine open country, and from the abundance of good pasturage around it, I named it Mount Abundance.
  • seder In 1997, a recipe for charoset, a paste made of fruits and nuts served as part of the ceremonial Passover Seder , was found from the congregation, which dated to 1794.
  • setter That was a pointer or setter dog for hunting, of which the doctor was in great want.
  • side he was standing on the mountain side and though he wore peasants clothes his royalty he could not hide nor his grief – Age Old by Vert
  • sifter
  • sister What about your sister I often miss her – Junior Panthers by Sloan
  • sit Who'll let ye by their fire sit, Although ye have a stock of wit, – TO HIS VERSES by Robert Herrick
  • sitar
  • site And the family left the site The ropes and walls and hedges Kind of faded in the night – In Memoriam by Bobby Darin
  • sitter
  • sorter But the nearer I got to the house the more I got afraid Pa wouldn't endorse what I'd done, and so I felt sorter funny when him and Ma met me at the gate, their eyes wide open in curiosity to know what I'd done.
  • star What's more, I expect to see a star on your shoulder in less than six months."
  • steer It was curious, but hardly any fellow who had a sled of his own had, at the same time, any faith that "them bobs'll steer ."
  • stew On that evening Henry Duryea prepared a select French stew out of every available vegetable, and a can of soup.
  • stir M. Linders did not become a reformed character for her sake: he had never had any particular principles, and Madelon's loving innocence, which aroused all his best emotions, had no power to stir in him any noble motives or high aspirations, which, if they existed at all, were buried too deep to be awakened by the touch of her small hand.
  • suite Who's got th' suite across th' hall?
  • suitor It was only from her suitor that I heard at last of her distress.
  • Sited
  • Sizer
  • sites
  • STE Go at once, now, to the Rue Ste .
  • shapers How fight against the shapers of the hills?
  • shapewears