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53 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[n_ɐ_ɹ_ˈeɪ_t_ɪ_d], [nɐɹˈe͡ɪtɪd], [nɐɹˈe‍ɪtɪd]
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Synonyms for Narrated:

reported (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Narrated:

  • nausiated,
  • warrated,
  • narratrater,
  • wanrted,
  • narratve,
  • narattor,
  • irratied,
  • surrated,
  • narried,
  • narraotor,
  • narrrowed,
  • nagoiated,
  • narriorator,
  • nausated,
  • narrarator,
  • naratted,
  • irrated,
  • narrawed,
  • nararate,
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  • airated,
  • narator,
  • narravite,
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  • narroraters,
  • genarated,
  • narrotored,
  • narraotr,
  • narriortor,
  • narrativ,
  • narrotor,
  • trreated,
  • narrorator,
  • enrouted,
  • narrarated,
  • ariated,
  • narrater,
  • narrirated,
  • narrirator,
  • nararator,
  • narrorater,
  • narritor,
  • narated,
  • narorated,
  • generrated,
  • narronator,
  • narrateur2,
  • guanrateed,
  • narrorter,
  • naueated,
  • variated,
  • barraduda,
  • narrtor,
  • arreted,
  • narrato,
  • narratvie,
  • narartor,
  • narrrator,
  • narravtive,
  • nararrator,
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  • narrarotor,
  • gnerated,
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  • naseated,
  • narates,
  • narrorated,
  • narate,
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  • narrowminded,
  • nerrowed,
  • narritiva,
  • narrateur1,
  • sarrated,
  • narroator,
  • parraded,
  • narerated,
  • garated,
  • narrowlied,
  • narroter,
  • narorator,
  • naritave,
  • narriate,
  • naroowed,
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  • narraters,
  • areated,
  • narractor,
  • naseauted,
  • parrotted,
  • narratre,
  • narrowwed,
  • narrarate,
  • gnereated,
  • narritave,
  • narriated,
  • narriating,
  • arreated,
  • marrited,
  • natrate,
  • narrivate,
  • narrerator.

Rhymes for Narrated:

  1. serrated;

Quotes for Narrated:

  1. Filmmakers who use narrators pay a price for taking the easy way: narrated films date far more quickly than films without narrators. Bruce Jackson.

Adjectives for Narrated:

  • further,
  • next,
  • former.
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