Definition of Tettering

1. tetter [v] - See also: tetter



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tettering

tetrose
tetroses
tetrotus
tetroxid
tetroxide
tetroxides
tetroxids
tetryl
tetrylene
tetrylenes
tetryls
tetrytol
tets
tetter
tettered
tettering (current term)
tetterous
tetters
tetterwort
tettigonian
tettigoniid
tettigoniids
tettish
tettix
tettixes
tetty
teuch
teuchat
teuchats
teucher

Literary usage of Tettering

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1. Great Books by Frederic William Farrar (1898)
"... to the hopeless terror of the Inferno, — its indecent fiends ; its stench and sludge ; its Stygian marshes and cataracts of blood, and tettering ..."

2. Half Hours of English History: From the Roman Period to the Death of by Charles Knight (1865)
"Stephen, that he might farther secure his tettering throne, passed a charter in which he made liberal promises to all orders of men ; to the clergy, ..."

3. The Second Part of Goethe's Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1886)
"[tettering up the long dark passage]. What a sounding ! what a shaking ! Stairs arc trembling, walls are quaking; Through the window's colour-flashes ..."

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