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Correct spelling for DECRIBE
We think the word decribe 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 decribe
- Decree(Definition of decree)
- Crib(Definition of crib)
- Decreed(Definition of decreed)
- Scribe(Definition of scribe)
- Decry(Definition of decry)
- Describer(Definition of Describer)
- Describe(Definition of describe)
- Degree(Definition of degree)
- Tribe(Definition of tribe)
This decree was heard with consternation by the assembly, and soon spread throughout paris.
She had now risen from the crib and was gazing out of the window at millenbeck, that was plainly visible across the white stretch of snow between the two places.
Remember, glencore, said the other, that you had obtained all the world has decreed as satisfaction.
With expressions of good wishes gemariah left baruch and proceeded to the place of the king, where, in the chambers of the chief scribe, a meeting of the king's counselors had been called to discuss jehoiakim's proposed revolt from nebuchadrezzar.
I do not decry book lore; the midnight incandescent burned over the classic page is a good thing.
How shall i describe it?
When he died she was a widow raised to the third degree, and she was compelled to appeal to the king for charity.
It is a good thing to be a member of our tribe, and it is a good thing to belong to a good family in that tribe.