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  • crater In one mine-crater held by the Germans a shaft ran underneath called the Berlin Shaft-the way to Berlin, according to the Australians who dug it months ago.
  • darter The authorities down at Darter are so far away they don't pay much attention to it, or just don't care."
  • grater Then rasp them upon a Grater, and you shall have them all in a tender spungy Pap.
  • prater Will he not be called by them a prater, a star-gazer, a good-for-nothing?
  • rate The boy has not come back to Shetland again, at any rate.
  • ratter He was a very good ratter, and also killed many snakes against which I pitted him.
  • tartar After an abode there of three years, during which they obtained a knowledge of the Tartar language, they attached themselves to the company of an ambassador going to the court of Kublai, grand Khan of the Tartars, where they arrived after a year's journey.
  • tate I heard Darrell take up the story and tell what he knew-and it was as much as I knew-of Jonah Wall, and what he knew of Phineas Tate also.
  • tater I wish't he was this tater, so I do!
  • tatter Is this my reward for having put good clothes on your back when you were a poor, starved, miserable, tatter-shod ragamuffin?
  • tracer The Tracer of Lost Persons sank into abstraction again.
  • trade I to steal your sheep or your rack or anything that belongs to you or to your trade!
  • trader But the intended interpretation is "he who has much to barter" or "the great trader."
  • trait That trait she had inherited from her mother.
  • traitor You can only be a traitor to yourself.
  • treat He's gwine treat you white, an' it's time you's gittin' married.
  • trite Another feature which distinguishes the minor poet in prose or verse is his investing a trite idea with an emotion out of all proportion.
  • trotter And there I stayed in dry dock for three weeks, while the doctor done his best to patch up my busted trotter and get me off the ways and into active service again.
  • Rated Christ had accepted the service of one who now rated his own value so low.
  • Rater I've sailed a half-rater, and I don't mind getting wet, not a bit."
  • Tared
  • tauter
  • triter

35 words made from the letters TRATER

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