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Correct spelling for DEAL

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Possible correct spellings for deal

  • Heal(Definition of heal)
  • And though the three knights urged her not to put her life in that great peril, she replied, "if i die to heal another's body, i shall get health to my soul," and would not be persuaded to refuse.

  • Dual(Definition of dual)
  • This amounts to a dual conspiracy in bad manners."

  • Dead(Definition of dead)
  • Oh, surely you're not dead!"

  • Neal
  • Neal, who was largely responsible for the triumph, received a ten-dollar bill.

  • Deal(Definition of deal)
  • "a good deal," he said.

  • Seal(Definition of seal)
  • He does; and here is his promise in black and white, with his seal attached.

  • Dea
  • "only death?" insisted dea, whilst the puzzled look in her eyes became more marked, and the frown between her brows more deep.

  • Dell(Definition of dell)
  • After we have examined the dell which thou speakest of, we will direct our horses' heads towards arnwood.

  • Real(Definition of real)
  • Here's the real thing.

  • Meal(Definition of meal)
  • Not only did he board all his men himself but he promised to fire any man he had who was seen taking a meal at the widow's.

  • Zeal(Definition of zeal)
  • Madame d'urfe praised his zeal, and gave him a little bag on his promising to return it to her after the cure of the prince.

  • Dealt(Definition of Dealt)
  • My feelings were hot and strong and bitter, and i thought the treatment dealt out to my child and me none too just.

  • Ideal(Definition of ideal)
  • To birnier the situation was ideal.

  • Deals
  • He deals here at the corner store."

  • Dear(Definition of dear)
  • "yes, dear, i must say it.

  • Dean(Definition of dean)
  • Then the dean felt it would be a shame to mar the happiness of these two old people.

  • Teal(Definition of teal)
  • Take three teal, season the birds with salt and cayenne, and divide them into neat pieces.

  • Weal(Definition of weal)
  • It might have been for weal or it might have been for woe.

  • Dial(Definition of dial)
  • For a moment jan stood by the sun-dial as though she, too, were stone.

  • Decal(Definition of decal)
  • The expiration month and year was punched in each decal.

  • Veal(Definition of veal)
  • At this time she appeared to be growing ill again, and mrs. bargrave moved close up to her in order to support her, in doing so she touched her dress and praised the materials, whereupon miss veal told her that it was recently made, but of a silk which had been cleaned.

  • Del
  • This may be seen in del rio's "disquisitions," and in a hundred other authors.

  • Peal(Definition of peal)
  • These words made my charmer go off into a peal of laughter, which she accompanied with a significant glance in my direction.

  • Deaf(Definition of deaf)
  • The little man had picked up his book again, and turned a deaf ear.

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