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Correct spellings for WTER

  • ate Special date, the animal we ate Guilt debate, the edge serrate – Mediate by INXS
  • beer That brings us either ale or beer; In a dry-house all things are near. – THE WASSAIL by Robert Herrick
  • bier Death und bier Kreuz mit eizen Brat mit brot Fists und fire – Bavarian Bierhaus Blood by Hanzel Und Gretyl
  • biter Sharp descriptive writer kill a biter Panty raider, party exciter – Special Delivery (Remix) by G. Dep
  • boer Paris: Mercure de France, 1900. Boer, Julius de.
  • cater I'm not a hater, but I must cater – Pixie Rap by Fairly Odd Parents
  • deer Let Jacques stand Wert(h)ering by the wounded deer - We shall make merry, honest friends of mine, At this unruly time of year, The Feast of Valentine. – A Valentine's Song by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • deter
  • doer This distinction would fit into Mr. Mill's cardinal position, which consists in a distinction between the things that only affect the doer or thinker of them, and the things that affect other persons as well.
  • dyer His grand-sounding name 'Tintoretto' means nothing but 'the little dyer,' and it was given to him because of his father's trade.
  • e'er "Willie's rare and Willie's fair, And Willie's wondrous bonny, And Willie's hecht to marry me, Gin e'er he married ony.
  • eater My, what a fire-eater!
  • er "Ah-er-was-a-was the old lady a property holder, then?
  • goer The introduction to Figaro's air, which, as every opera-goer knows, is, before being sung by the vocalist, played by the orchestra, attracted, as well it might do, a certain amount of attention.
  • hater They'll ca' him a woman hater, when the puir laddie's nae sicca thing.
  • later Later, I will see about that.
  • liter
  • mater
  • meter
  • miter The clergyman did not wear a golden robe or miter himself, nor did he bring out any silver crowns to crown them as lord or lady to each other.
  • niter
  • oder The French standards flew on all the fortresses of the Elbe and Oder.
  • otter
  • outer
  • peter
  • pewter The young women of these hamlets had each a long braid of yellow hair down her back, blue eyes, and a white bodice with a cat's-cradle lacing behind; the men had bell-crowned hats and spindle-legs: they buttoned the breath out of their bodies with round pewter buttons on tight, short crimson waistcoats.
  • star
  • steer
  • stew An' growl, an' fret, an' stew?
  • stir
  • tar
  • tater Hit all come of doggin' hogs outn a sweet tater patch; so I've heard.
  • te
  • tea
  • tear
  • ted
  • tee
  • ten
  • term
  • tern
  • tet
  • tier
  • tor
  • twee
  • ute
  • utter
  • voter
  • wader
  • waiter
  • war
  • water
  • wear
  • wed
  • wee
  • weed
  • wei
  • weir
  • wet
  • wetter
  • whet
  • woe
  • wooer
  • writer
  • Dater
  • Doter
  • Fer
  • Her
  • We
  • Rater
  • Yer
  • Teri
  • Tel
  • GTE
  • RTE
  • TR
  • STE
  • WT
  • GER
  • WHEE
  • TERR
  • wider
  • whiter
  • cuter
  • accroached
  • accultured
  • afterparts
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