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Correct spelling for DEALOCK
We think the word dealock is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for dealock
- Flock(Definition of flock)
- Lock(Definition of lock)
- Clock(Definition of clock)
- Talk(Definition of talk)
- Dialect(Definition of dialect)
- Deluge(Definition of deluge)
- Dock(Definition of dock)
- Deck(Definition of deck)
- Padlock(Definition of padlock)
- Deal(Definition of deal)
- Block(Definition of block)
- Fetlock(Definition of fetlock)
- Oarlock(Definition of oarlock)
- Wedlock(Definition of wedlock)
- Dialog(Definition of dialog)
- Warlock(Definition of warlock)
- Talc(Definition of talc)
- Dealt(Definition of Dealt)
- Deadlock(Definition of deadlock)
- Dialogue(Definition of dialogue)
- Alack(Definition of Alack)
- Dealer(Definition of dealer)
Anna got on a chair, and stopped the clock.
The fathers had stopped to consult together, what they should do in this trying emergency-when their whisper being overheard, the sentinel called out gruffly, in the genuine dialect of his country, "who goes that?"
This announcement brought forth a deluge of letters from "pupils of joachim," and in a couple of weeks burmester wrote another letter stating that he did not know the hochschule had as many pupils as those who had claimed joachim as their teacher, and who were all unknown.
They got into the water and the third man, on deck, lowered the brass object to them.
"oh, i just guess it," was the answer, and he looked at jennie in a way that meant a good deal.
A block or two further on is a little park with an excellent statue, known as la india.
Besides, he had only a small shop in the town, and dealt in tobacco and fruit.
That impulsive reply broke the sullen deadlock.
For nature deals with her children generously: man's cup is always full to the brim; and if he chooses to taste of the fine and life-giving essence, he must cast away something of the grosser and less sensitive part of himself.
Frail-dark lines under the eyes-a look as of long endurance-a smile that was a mere shield and concealment for the heart beneath-alack!
The stretcher-bearers placed their burden with its feet in the ganges and then went in search of wood which is purchased from a dealer.