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Correct spellings for TJERE

  • adjure "Weel," quoth the laird, entering now into the humour of the thing, "herewith I adjure thee, thou contrairy and inarticulate speerit, that thou tell me whereof and of what substance this same toy-horse is composed, manufactured, or made up."
  • agree Only agree with people, and they think you know everything." She loved coffee and I loved tea, And that was the reason we couldn't agree. – Coffee And Tea (Mother Goose rhyme) by Unknown Author
  • cadre A clinical officer is usually the lowest entry-level cadre in the medical hierarchy but with years of experience and/or further training one can rise to the same or a higher grade than a physician.
  • care If father don't care what I do, it ain't any business of yours, so long as I work from whistle to whistle. And I'm not sayin' he don't care, But still, you gotta prepare – Married by Unknown Author
  • core When the wall was thick, the core blocks were roughed out as nearly cubic as might be, and piled together without much care, the hollows being filled up with smaller flakes, pebbles, or mortar. He didn't wear gloves, he was too hard core May he rest in peace, we don't see him anymore – Aces & 8's by Uncle Kracker
  • cree Towards the middle of winter, Wisagun, a Cree Indian, removed his encampment to another part of the country, as game was scarce in the place where he had been residing.
  • cure What is to become of my after-cure?" And mends me with a cure It makes me wonder why I never saw it before – In Love With My Lover by bleu
  • dare How dare you, Helen? Her own lute thou wilt see: no time to spare, For I am slow and feeble, and scarce dare – The Eve Of St. Agnes by John Keats
  • decree Don't you know, it's the new decree .
  • decry What motive would they have for not doing so? What motive is possible except idealism, love of mankind, non-economic motives of the sort that Bolsheviks decry ?
  • deere William Butterworth (businessman) (1864–1936), American businessman and early Deere & Company presidentWilliam John Butterworth, English colonel and Governor of the Straits SettlementsWilliam Walton Butterworth (1903–1975), American diplomatW.
  • degree The water was always a degree warmer than the air.
  • dire Thou noble spirit, if no others care For our great Fathers' fame, oh, care thou still, Thou, to whom Fate hath so benignant been, That those old days appear again, When, roused from dire oblivion's tomb, Came forth, with all the treasures of their lore, Those ancient bards, divine, with whom Great Nature spake, but still behind her veil, And with her mysteries graced The holidays of Athens and of Rome.
  • gore
  • jerry
  • jewry
  • jury
  • scree
  • take
  • taker
  • tara
  • tare
  • taro
  • taxer
  • teak
  • teary
  • tenure
  • terry
  • tetra
  • there
  • tiger
  • tire
  • toke
  • tore
  • tory
  • tree
  • trek
  • trey
  • trier
  • trike
  • true
  • try
  • tuareg
  • turk
  • tyke
  • tyre
  • tyro
  • Gere
  • Terra
  • Derek Derek and Sheila had vanished, and in the street outside, idle at this hour of a working-day, were only the cars of the four magistrates; two or three little knots of those who had been in court, talking of the case; and in the very centre of the street, an old, dark-whiskered man, lame, and leaning on a stick.
  • Kerr
  • Tex
  • Tyree
  • Greer
  • Jeri
  • Jerri
  • Terri
  • Terrie
  • Keri
  • Teri
  • TR
  • TERR
  • truer
  • toerag

14 words made from the letters TJERE

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