Correct spelling for DEBONES

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Possible correct spellings for debones

  • Deadens
  • Let us not fail to remember after all, that such severity as we use, quickens the desire of pleasing, and deadens the diffusion of immoral sentiments, or indelicate language, in england; where, i must add, for the honour of my country, that if such liberties were taken upon the stage as are frequent in the first ranks of italian society, they would be hissed by those who paid only a shilling for their entrance: so that affectation and a forced refinement may be considered as the bad leaden statues still left in our delicately-neat and highly-ornamented gardens; of which elegance and science are the white and red roses: but to be possessed of their sweets, one must venture a little through the thorns.

  • Debs
  • Disburbed
  • Drones
  • Deepens
  • Bones(Definition of bones)
  • In the ice his bones were hidden," said the old man.

  • Debunks
  • Debtors
  • Tones
  • Demons
  • Debates
  • Deans
  • Denny's
  • Ebonies(Definition of Ebonies)
  • Deaconess(Definition of deaconess)
  • She was the aunt of the family and was what she called a deaconess.

  • Danes
  • But the marble church-that was a little church all of pure marble-the danes took that from us in the war...."

  • Dines
  • Denies
  • Deigns
  • Bonus(Definition of bonus)
  • Indignor quandoque bonus dormitat schmelzle.

  • Disco-Loring
  • Disburbing
  • Debars
  • Dons
  • Denis
  • Deafens
  • Defines
  • Daemons
  • My brother daemons do not trust me overmuch, said he, as he entered the cavern; but it is morning, now, and the mischief is done.

  • Dens(Definition of DENS)
  • Dearness(Definition of dearness)
  • Oh, basil, do you think we really made him think it was the smallness and not the dearness?

  • Derbies
  • Deacons
  • For minister and deacons he showed little respect.

  • Debase(Definition of debase)
  • Yet she would not debase herself by asking a single one until the stain which he had cast upon her was washed away, which she thought could only be done in blood.

  • Dense(Definition of dense)
  • Defense(Definition of defense)
  • And airports of tents They reach out for you to come in They have no defense Except inner sense

    – Spiritual Walkers by Stevie Wonder
  • Debases
  • Debonair(Definition of debonair)
  • He looked towards the other bed, in which lay sylvia, pretty, debonair, rosy in her happy, warm slumber.

  • Dennis
  • Dunes
  • Debts
  • Banes
  • Oh' on a ri, oh' on a ri, why should she lose king shames, man? oh' rig in di, oh' rig in di, she shall break a' her banes then; with furichinish, an' stay a while, 45 and speak a word or twa, man, she's gi' a straike, out o'er the neck, before ye win awa' then.