Correct spelling for DATGHER

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Possible correct spellings for datgher

  • Dodger
  • Wise rabbit, to have a priest marriage, and wiser still to follow this old dodger of the sheeplands and bring him up with a short halter in the evening of his days.

  • Daughters
  • More Factoryworking
  • Dater
  • Digger
  • The grave-digger hears far off the knell, beneath weary skies, of the passing bell, since ages longer than he can tell.

  • Doughier
  • Deter
  • Secondly, to deter the unlearned writer from wantonly trifling with an art he is a stranger to, at the expence of his own reputation, and the integrity of the text of established authors.

  • Be Upright
  • Date
  • After that date the second captain became captain of the second boat.

  • Am Beside
  • Darker
  • Doter
  • Danger
  • There is more danger in the street than here.

  • Dates
  • Dagger
  • Most of all it flashed and glittered upon the inch or two of steel which still lay buried in his side-a curiously shaped little dagger which, although she strove to keep her eyes away from it, seemed to have a sort of fascination for her.

  • Dotage
  • Lay long pleasantly entertaining myself with my wife, and then up and to the office, where busy till noon, vexed to see how sir j. minnes deserves rather to be pitied for his dotage and folly than employed at a great salary to ruin the king's business.

  • Am Beside Oneself
  • Dated
  • He requested them to inform him in what town they were living, as he noticed their letter was dated in one town, mailed in another, and he was directed to address them in a third.

  • Tatter
  • Stagger
  • Since they could not recover, it was as well to release them from their tortures; and, as soon as a man began to stagger, all exclaimed that he was now lost, and ought to be made use of for the rest.

  • Daugherty
  • Darter
  • Old cap'n jack prince's grand-darter?

  • Tater
  • Stagier
  • Tagger
  • Daughter
  • Don't you know he's good as 'gaged to my daughter?