retted

Letted vs Retted - What's the difference?

letted | retted |


As a verb letted

is (archaic) (let); hindered.

As an adjective retted is

moistened]] or [[soak|soaked to soften.

Netted vs Retted - What's the difference?

netted | retted |


As a verb netted

is (net).

As an adjective retted is

moistened]] or [[soak|soaked to soften.

Jetted vs Retted - What's the difference?

jetted | retted |


As a verb jetted

is (jet).

As an adjective retted is

moistened]] or [[soak|soaked to soften.

Setted vs Retted - What's the difference?

setted | retted |


As a verb setted

is (set) (meaning to divide students into different ability groups).

As an adjective retted is

moistened]] or [[soak|soaked to soften.

Retted vs Retied - What's the difference?

retted | retied |


As an adjective retted

is moistened]] or [[soak|soaked to soften.

As a verb retied is

(retie).

Retted vs Rotted - What's the difference?

retted | rotted |


As adjectives the difference between retted and rotted

is that retted is moistened]] or [[soak|soaked to soften while rotted is destroyed or damaged by rot.

As a verb rotted is

(rot).

Retted vs Petted - What's the difference?

retted | petted |


As an adjective retted

is moistened]] or [[soak|soaked to soften.

As a verb petted is

(pet).

Rutted vs Retted - What's the difference?

rutted | retted |


As adjectives the difference between rutted and retted

is that rutted is (of a road etc) marked or grooved with ruts while retted is moistened]] or [[soak|soaked to soften.

As a verb rutted

is (rut).

Retted vs Vetted - What's the difference?

retted | vetted |


As adjectives the difference between retted and vetted

is that retted is moistened]] or [[soak|soaked to soften while vetted is of or pertaining to an investigation, especially one that has been completed.

As a verb vetted is

(vet).

Ratted vs Retted - What's the difference?

ratted | retted |


As adjectives the difference between ratted and retted

is that ratted is (british|slang) intoxicated while retted is moistened]] or [[soak|soaked to soften.

As a verb ratted

is (rat).

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