What is the correct spelling for SKILTED?

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Correct spellings for SKILTED

  • jilted "Why, in my young days, if I had been jilted , and come down to see about it, d'you think I'd have gone out of the house without seeing her?
  • quilted Madame's dinner costume consisted of a blue flannel garment-nocturnal by design-delicately covered by a quilted dressing-gown, and the rest of us were en suite, a great lack of detail as to collars and foot-wear being apparent!
  • salted The disorder, to a large extent, disappeared when the culture of vegetables became more general, and salted provisions less essential.
  • skilled A hand too tired for skilled labour would still be fit for that.
  • skillet Put butter in skillet and when melted, not brown, stir in flour until a paste is formed, now add gradually the milk as you would for cream dressing, stir constantly.
  • stilted A man less vain than De Forrest would not have gathered much encouragement from Lottie's face, for it had a very weary and bored expression as he commenced the rather stilted and very sentimental introduction to the "gush" that was to follow.
  • Kilted And a fine woman she was in her way, tall and not over-stout, dark, with rich hair; in summer she went barefooted mostly, and with her skirt kilted high; Inger was not afraid of letting her calves be seen.
  • Silted In time, the soil silted down and covered their asperities, and-like a good colonist-carrying in itself the means of increase, it presently brought forth and blossomed, and the erstwhile shattered rocks were royally robed in russet and purple, and green and gold.
  • Skated That was one winter's night when with another boy he had skated until nearly midnight.
  • Skidded Wallace plunged into a pinyon, climbed to the ground, skidded down a solid slide, to come upon an impassable the obstacle in the form of a solid wall of red granite.
  • Skirted Here he and the woman were, miles from any settlement or house, nearly in the middle of a long stretch of road that skirted the river through dense woods.

168 words made from the letters SKILTED