Correct spelling for DESRIPED

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Possible correct spellings for desriped

  • Despite(Definition of despite)
  • If any of the rest of you desire, at any time, to communicate with me, despite major brown's view of the matter-" "i should be obliged for your card, sir," said the major, in his abrupt but courteous voice.

  • Dripped
  • Wrapped in an old grey overcoat, and wearing a cocked hat from which the rain dripped heavily, napoleon stood on a hill, with his hands clasped behind his back, his head sunk deep between his shoulders, looking towards ligny.

  • Drooped
  • Her body drooped wearily.

  • Despaired
  • We had despaired of making arrangements at joppa for our journey, any further than such as would take us to jerusalem.

  • Desired(Definition of desired)
  • Then he observed her, and kindly desired her to rise.

  • Disrupt(Definition of disrupt)
  • It would be too long to discuss here the crusades, which merely saved us from the fate now enjoyed by islamic countries, or the alleged persecution of the manichaeans, who, under the name of albigenses, menaced to disrupt the incipient civilization of europe by their subversive tenets of anarchy and collectivism, equally opposed as they were to ecclesiastical and to civil government.

  • Tripped
  • One day, as she was passing along, a driver had in his cart an old bag-of-bones of a horse, which he was beating to make him pull up the hill, and cousin fanny, with an old maid's meddlesomeness, pushed out into the street and caught hold of him and made him stop, which of course collected a crowd, and just as she was coming back a little cart came rattling along, and though she was in no earthly danger, she ran so to get out of the way of the horse that she tripped and fell down in the street and hurt herself.

  • Striped(Definition of striped)
  • A rather thick-set man about thirty, in a rough shooting-coat of a brownish gray with many pockets, a striped shirt, and a black necktie-if tie it could be called that had so little tie in it; a big head, with rather thick and long straggling hair; a large forehead, and large gray eyes; the remaining features well-formed-but rather fat, like the rest of his not elegant person; and a complexion rather pale.

  • Disrupted(Definition of disrupted)
  • Plucked out of his accustomed place, flung by the sport of what strange gods he knew not, into a headlong medley of undreamed emotions, his values had been so violently disrupted that he could not have told which held true worth-the normal life of gwendolens and one-man shows and newspaper criticisms, or what had passed in the woods that night.

  • Disrobed
  • The best way to wash the child is to put two chairs in front of its bed. on one of them place the vessel with the necessary water, on the other place the child, after it has been disrobed in bed, in a standing position, so that it can be supported with the back of the chair.

  • Dropped
  • Where've you dropped from?"

  • Draped(Definition of draped)
  • The back hall was carpetless and pictureless, and the furniture in it was draped in grey-white.

  • Stripped(Definition of stripped)
  • The girl was thrown down on the ground, stripped of her skirt, and leather ropes tied to her feet and hands to keep her at full stretch.