What is the correct spelling for TRAIDE?
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Correct spellings for TRAIDE
- dried See that they are well dried.
- raid 75; Chronicle of, 273; English raid on, iv.
- raider He doesn't go as far as to express a definite opinion, but he thinks that it might be that German raider-the Blucher, isn't it?
- ride He is a fine young fellow, but he cannot ride."
- stride As these thoughts came to her she walked with a more confident stride, and thought a great deal of her own importance.
- tide Are you going to sit there till the tide goes down?
- tirade The little tailor threw out his hands-each finger an exclamation point-and laughed heartily, cutting short Peter's tirade.
- traced And these few changes were traced or perceived by only one person, his wife.
- trade Now is the rhymer's honest trade A thing for scornful laughter made. – To Certain Poets by Joyce Kilmer
- trader He was a bold trader and went into Canada at one time.
- trained But when I've got to do with a trained mare, I always choose that she shall know that I'm there!
- trait The trait of which I am speaking, I replied, may be also seen in the dog, and is remarkable in the animal.
- tread Above us, at the top of the stairs, there were the sound of voices and the tread of feet.
- Tarried The first part of Betty Nasroth's prophecy now stood fulfilled, ay, as I trusted, utterly finished and accomplished; the rest tarried.
- liquid-cooled The Adept 320T is a liquid-cooled V-6 engine for aviation use.