Origin and Etymology of memoriter
Latin, adverb, by memory, from memor
First Known Use: 1827
Rhymes with memoriter
breath of fresh air, butterfly chair, chargé d'affaires, chemin de fer, commissionaire, concessionaire, couturiere, devil-may-care, director's chair, electric chair, enamelware, intensive care, lighter-than-air, minimal pair, out of one's hair, Parian ware, pied-à-terre, primary care, ready-to-wear, social welfare, son et lumière, spectacled bear, surface-to-air, up in the air, vanity fair, vogue la galère
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