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Correct spelling for DESPERTALY
We think the word despertaly 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 despertaly
- Deservedly(Definition of deservedly)
- Display(Definition of display)
- Desperately(Definition of desperately)
- Testily(Definition of testily)
- Decently(Definition of decently)
- Despot(Definition of despot)
- Dispersal(Definition of dispersal)
- Distally(Definition of distally)
- Distal(Definition of distal)
- Desolately(Definition of desolately)
- Disport(Definition of disport)
She is deservedly proud of her skirt, and sometimes lends it on important occasions when approached in the proper spirit.
The military display as the caliph and the king left the capital was most imposing.
She fought against it desperately.
A friend of dada's waited patiently for a small fortune, and when it arrived, he was a worn-out man, just assisted to go decently to his grave.
He combats the proposition, "if a good despot could be insured, despotic monarchy would be the best form of government."
Nevertheless, partly from the strange life that had thrown him amongst men whom safety itself made it necessary to command despotically, partly from the habit of power and disdain of the world, his nature was incrusted with a stern imperiousness of manner, often approaching to the harsh and morose, though beneath it lurked generosity and benevolence.
For one moment a fearful shock-a thousand-voiced cry of fear and rage-a confused turmoil of mingled horse and foot-among them slaughtering goths-and suddenly a dispersal to all sides, amid shrill cries of victory from the enemy.
"i got up at eight for the first train, and now i feel"-she fell back in her chair, and whispered desolately with shut eyes-"as if i should like to die!"