Correct spelling for DESGINED

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Possible correct spellings for desgined

  • Designate(Definition of designate)
  • I finally agreed, and after giving my word that i would not attempt to escape, received orders to take the engine, as a squad of soldiers would accompany me, and at a certain place along the line which they would designate, the rails would be torn up.

  • Designated
  • Again and again rowland asked himself what these things were that miss garland might be supposed to care for, to the injury of ideal constancy; and again, having designated them, he divided them into two portions.

  • Descend(Definition of descend)
  • If we descend to the lowest stage of human life-to the baby-we see that insanity consists almost entirely of the activity of a muscular group acting on external objects.

  • Designer(Definition of designer)
  • Consider the effect of this attitude on worker, trader, designer, employer: how many questions would then answer themselves, how many sore places would be healed.

  • Destined(Definition of destined)
  • Thus thuillier and colleville were destined to end their days together.

  • Designed(Definition of designed)
  • So to church again, where quite weary, and so after sermon walked with him to the yard up and down and the fields, and saw the place designed for the wet dock.

  • Designers
  • Among our boys are book-keepers, workers in stained glass, painters, printers, lithographers, salesmen in wholesale houses, as well as in many of our largest retail stores, typewriters, stenographers, commission merchants, farmers, electricians, ship carpenters, foremen in factories, grocers, carpet designers, silver engravers, metal burnishers, carpenters, masons, carpet weavers, plumbers, stone workers, cigar makers, and cigar packers.