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Correct spelling for DESERD
We think the word deserd 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 deserd
- Deserved(Definition of deserved)
- Dosed(Definition of dosed)
- Dazed(Definition of dazed)
- Descend(Definition of descend)
- Deserter(Definition of deserter)
- Teased(Definition of teased)
- Deter(Definition of deter)
- Tester(Definition of tester)
- Deed(Definition of deed)
- Dessert(Definition of dessert)
- Deserve(Definition of deserve)
- Duster(Definition of duster)
- Desired(Definition of desired)
- Desert(Definition of desert)
Nay, said sir lamorak, i will not be lord of this country, for i have not deserved it as well as ye, therefore give ye it where ye will, for i will none have.
"i don't know," she sighed, still in the same dazed way.
I saw him descend the mountain with greater speed than the flight of an eagle, and quickly lost among the undulations of the sea of ice.
Another deserter from the royal army presented himself, to reveal an important secret, as he said, to the emperor.
On this particular afternoon, the town's only business street was about deserted.
But that, though he knew it well, did not deter him.
Now sir launcelot felt as if he had got his death-wound, but such was his spirit that he was resolved to do some great deed while yet his strength remained.
Events favor my purpose soon after the dessert has been placed on the table.
How shall i more deserve it?
I am ill-treated by my friend, who deserts me for my enemy.
He wished to be perfectly alone, and desired antinous to go to see the city before it should be dark.
"and don't go and desert her, just because another man comes up.