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Possible correct spellings for debte

  • Debut(Definition of debut)
  • Thus modestly is told the debut of edison in the telephone art, to which with his carbon transmitter he gave the valuable principle of varying the resistance of the transmitting circuit with changes in the pressure, as well as the vital practice of using the induction coil as a means of increasing the effective length of the talking circuit.

  • Deb
  • After dinner my wife out with deb.

  • Date(Definition of date)
  • Run get on board, cherry, i don't have to go in anyway-you've got a date!"

  • Tibet
  • Every man in tibet is considered a soldier in time of war or when required to do duty.

  • Debuted
  • Kelvin davis (july 12, 1959, new brunswick, new jersey) is a professional basketball player who became the oldest rookie to play in the american basketball association, when he debuted at age 47 during the 2007 season.

  • Debit(Definition of debit)
  • Robb saw the debit slip among the charges vouchers lying in the cash-book dish.

  • Debuts
  • January 22: laugh-in: the sketch comedy "phenomenon that both reflected and mocked the eras counterculture," and brought it into "mainstream living rooms" debuts on us tv.

  • Debited
  • Successes are officially credited to the foresight of headquarters-failures debited to the incompetence of subordinates.

  • Doubt(Definition of doubt)
  • "i guess there is no doubt about it.

  • Debbie
  • What were you all about, debbie, not to see this goldsworthy affair going on under your noses?

  • Debate(Definition of debate)
  • That debate will always be remembered by those who heard it for one speech.

  • Deter(Definition of deter)
  • Don't let that deter you.

  • Debated
  • We debated the question for some minutes more.

  • Debtor(Definition of debtor)
  • We have never been friends, sir, but i am your debtor now for your kindly act.

  • Debts
  • 16,456. how long is it since they paid off their debts?

  • Dote(Definition of dote)
  • I, who dote on contrasts, shall not have lost my morning.

  • Debates
  • The three general debates upon the motions to go into committee of supply upon the estimates still afford an excellent chance for criticising the government, but the limitations upon amendments, and the conditions under which they are proposed, has reduced the opportunity for a decisive condemnation of any part of its conduct almost to nothing.

  • Debater(Definition of debater)
  • She knew him to be not only a lively and effective debater but an industrious worker on committees.

  • Doubter(Definition of doubter)
  • Not long after that sinful experiment with the handkerchief i discovered by accident that i was not the only doubter in polotzk.

  • Debits
  • Stiffy explained how the debits were on one side, the credits on the other.

  • Debt(Definition of debt)
  • Ease from debt she had never known; but here at wroote the clouds seemed to be breaking.

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