What is the correct spelling for TOWRED?

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Correct spellings for TOWRED

  • bored Yet here was a girl who might be supposed to be bored .
  • dowered But Newton was dowered with the spirit of the Open Road!
  • stored Nance was delighted when she heard what her father was doing, and told how he had stored up the provisions before the winter had set in.
  • tiered Adhering to the rocks are thin, flaky, brittle growths resembling vine-leaves, brown and golden-yellow; goblets and cups, tiered epergnes, distorted saucers, eccentric vases, crazily-shaped dishes.
  • tired Don't you ever get tired ?"
  • toed But, with great deference to the new diplomatic taste, we old people must retain some square-toed predilection, for the fashions of our youth.
  • toned At last she heard the shrill-toned convent clock strike nine, and coming out of her place of concealment, she began her journey in earnest.
  • tore Agitation was visible on her countenance, as with trembling fingers she tore open the note.
  • torrid Katharina herself proposed to Martina to make them acquainted; but nothing would have induced Dame Martina to go out of her rooms, protected to the utmost from the torrid sunshine, so she left it to Heliodora to pay the visit and give her a report of the hero's daughter.
  • trad
  • tread Where angels fear to tread And so I come to you my love My heart above my head – Fools Rush In by Frank Sinatra
  • treed
  • tried Oh, because you never tried To bow my will or break my pride, – Because by Sara Teasdale
  • tweed Let the love of our land's sacred rights To the love of our people succeed Let friendship and honour unite And flourish on both sides the Tweed . – Both Sides The Tweed by mary black
  • Gored
  • Oared As we stepped into our six-oared boat the sun rose above the horizon, flooding the sea with gold and flashing on the terraces above Amalfi.
  • Tarred
  • Tared
  • Tarried He tried to remember who it was who first brought Charter in, and who that party of swell chaps were who, finding Charter there one day, had made a sort of hero out of him and tarried for hours....
  • Toted Our mess cut it and "toted" it there.
  • Toured
  • Towed
  • Toward "My young friend," said Mr. Cameron, "I like your feeling toward your mother.
  • towered He stood up and towered above her sternly.
  • toyed I toyed lovingly with the heavy Reilly, saw to my cartridges, and then stood up and turned, with my rifle ready; took one good, long, steady aim; then lowered it again to arrange the sights, lifted it up once more-dropped it.
  • Trod He trod slowly but firmly, putting his feet down as though prepared to prove his right to the ground he trod on.
  • Pored True, they had the common tie of a love of knowledge, and pored together over lines and figures and strange books as though they would never grow weary of it all.
  • dared She could not-she dared not tell him.
  • cored
  • towhead He did not dare to cut across the whirlpool, the snag barred him dead ahead, and it was doubtful if there was room to pass between it and the towhead ; but he had no choice in the matter and he rang again, the boat falling into bare steerageway.
  • trued
  • trowed
  • intrafamily
  • nickel-metal

60 words made from the letters TOWRED