12 letter word ending in er?
commissioner, practitioner, schoolmaster, manufacturer, extinguisher, photographer, galvanometer, schopenhauer, waldengarver, manslaughter, staudenmaier, stepdaughter, stenographer, cheesemonger, wonderworker, experimenter, confectioner, cartographer, eavesdropper, sharpshooter, orangeflower, sledgehammer, derwentwater, melanogaster, rosenkreuzer, hydrographer, amphitheater, rottenhammer, aggerawayter, remembrancer, housebreaker, maculiventer, cornchandler, brickfielder, watercarrier, heartbreaker, wunderkinder, guadalquiver, swashbuckler, frauenzimmer, eichelberger, quakerlyster, transplanter, globetrotter, doppelganger, midwesterner, streetwalker, strathpeffer, volksbuecher, costermonger, starkweather, complimenter, huggermugger, weightometer, otherwhither, phrasemonger, redemptioner, disorganizer, netherlander, prussianizer, orthographer, rediscoverer, paleographer, threequarter, septembrizer, whencesoever, klipspringer, retrocoupler, formulariser, microammeter, formularizer, democratizer, cabinetmaker, shortchanger, acclimatiser, windesheimer, circulariser, acclimatizer, overachiever, vizardmonger, pinfeatherer, circularizer, antioxidizer, radiographer, subpurchaser, throughother, micrographer, electropower, nonpassenger, misworshiper, horsebreaker, magnetometer, fleeceflower, puppetmaster, anesthetizer, swordslipper, familiariser, misconceiver, underwatcher, familiarizer, hairsplitter, shapeshifter, animadverter, gallowsmaker, misconstruer, supercharger, saramaccaner, diffusimeter, discharacter, viticulturer, sceneshifter, overregister, herrenvolker, donnerwetter, resolutioner, rijksdaalder, underspinner, switchbacker, protonotater, everywhither, cordouannier, parallelizer, campylometer, archconsoler, nonsupporter, buttercooler, dimberdamber, holidaymaker, teleprompter, metageometer, faithbreaker, harquebusier, revelationer, middlebuster, lithoglypher, discommender, shellcracker, percussioner, katzenjammer, aplanobacter, stringholder, achtelthaler, wanderluster, clairseacher, garlicmonger, latinitaster, wonderfuller, mythologizer, counteracter, spiritmonger, tollgatherer, disastimeter, steinamanger, agriculturer, cheeseflower, garmentmaker, mechanolater, evaporometer, pretermitter, archminister, monkeyflower, organosilver, vagabondager, blanchimeter, ichthyologer, cankerflower, nackenheimer, semifrontier, brightdayler, demicylinder, thereinafter, mouthbrooder, electrotyper, berhampooter, helmetflower, supplementer, frigorimeter, cattleraider, necrographer, chrysogaster, transalpiner, interpolater, spiderhunter, nettlemonger, vagabondizer, versifiaster, archoverseer, arithmometer, peacebreaker, counterborer, relinquisher, countercheer, arteriometer, dungdevourer, moneygrubber, whatsomdever, bridechamber, trocheameter, circumcenter, headshrinker
abandoner, mainliner, landowner
The visitor was a foreigner from a far away country.
"Answer'' is the answer for it....
Announcer, appraiser, bannister, canister, caretaker, eggbeater and godfather are 9 letter words. They end with er.
beer, deer, seer. jeer.leer, peer,tier...
That's probably "yen." The "r" may be incorrect.
astronomer auctioneer adventurer biographer challenger negotiator parameters parishoner songwriter
'er' ending in French is pronounce, "ay". Example: Chevalier (horseman) is pronounced, "shuh - val - yay"
The British use the French ending re eg: centre,fibre while the Americans use er ending as in center,meager.However in northern America/Canada with the French influence have retained the re ending(hard c & g ) eg:theatre,acre,massacre Some British words by choice retain er ending in words like number,diameter,neuter,beleauger
is there a rule for words ending in or ( as in professor) or words ending in er (as in commander)? Thank you!
Spic is an offensive racial spanish term. spic means the n word ending in er
A six letter word beginning with 'er' is ermine.
A suffix is the ending of a word.
The -er suffix is Germanic and the -or suffix is Latin. Generally speaking, if the the English word derives directly from a Latin agent noun, such as orator or professor, it retains the -or ending. Otherwise, our native -er suffix is used.
ar. er. or. ur.
No, it has the -or sound ending.
Many times you can add -er or -est to the ending of a word to change it to a superlative form. However, for the word nervous, the superlatives are "more nervous" and "most nervous."
Spic is a racial spanish term. Spic means the n word ending in er. If you call a spanish person spic it means they are low self worth and dirty.
Comparatives are formed in what two ways? By adding the ending -er or -est By using the words more or most before the word.
There are hundreds of animals that end with the letters -er. Hamster and anteater are two animals that end in -er.
anything ending with " er "
Change the y to an I and add er
I think that you mean o'er meaning over or above.
Adverbs can end with -er when comparing two actions. One example is "higher."
Comparatives are formed by adding the ending "-er" as in unhappier faster younger An exception to this rule is the word "bad" and "good", the comparative forms of which are "worse" and "better." However, this is unusual.
Well takes the irregular form of better/best since comparative/superlative forms cannot be made by using the -er/-est ending or by preceding with more/most.
add er to ending
Depending on which word you are looking to rhyme with, you could use ALTERCATE, with a hard "A", as in, "to have a disagreement with someone." If you're looking to rhyme with the softer "A" sound - ALTERNATE - "A stand-in", you could rhyme it with "corporate", or use a near rhyme like "short circuit". Or, you could settle for words in succession that are close rhymes. Find words that rhyme with each syllable. Like… Read More
The word is spelled surrounded, without the 'er' in it. With the '-er-', it is not a word.
giddier, trucker, browser, platter, plotter, blotter, lintier, lippier, plodder.
ER lasted 15 seasons on NBC beginning in 1994 and ending in 2009.
In monosyllabic words, the comparative and the superlative are usually made by adding -er or -est respectively. For two syllables when the word ends in "y," change the "y" to an "i" and add -er and -est. For two syllables not ending in "y" and for words of more than two syllables, regardless of what they end in, the word is preceded by "more" or "most." The word "splendid" is no exception. The comparative is… Read More
It's only important to rhyme the last syllable of each word, or better yet, the last two syllables. If you manage to rhyme the entire word, good job. Some words that rhymes with choreographer are: * Staffer * Gaffer * Laughter * Rafter * Matter * After * Any word ending in -er.
Il a neigé (it snowed). Neiger (to snow) is a regular verb with an -er ending. To form the passé composé with regular -er verbs: 1) Conjugate the auxiliary verb (in the case with neiger and most verbs, it is avoir) Il a 2) Add the past participle by removing the -er ending and adding é. neig(er) neigé
ar, er, or, re
err , era , ere
you need to double the consonant and add er
The word is SHORT it was 5 letter you then add ER
carpenter painter plumber bookkeeper driver
Writer, Advertiser, Banker, Singer, Skier etc.
here are some Spanish verbs ending in ER: aprender- to learn beber- to drink comer- to eat correr- to run creer- to believe leer- to read ser- to be tomer-to take/drink vender- to sell
Adjustor and adjuster are interchangeable from what I was taught and have gathered through the years My preference is: The "OR" ending on a word indicates a PERSON. The "ER" ebdubg ib a word indicates a THING. Examples: The adjustor arrived to survey the damage. The motor has a self-activated adjuster.
The word short. Add e and r, and you get shorter.