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Correct spelling for DESTURBS
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Possible correct spellings for desturbs
- Disturb(Definition of disturb)
- Disturber(Definition of Disturber)
"there is something else," she said, "which disturbs my mind.
Sure, either thou art senseless, or thy sense deserts thy friends.
There was a wooden box of sand, sprinkled with cigar stubs and "old soldiers," and a stove with a door hanging by its upper hinge.
Again, a gauge formed by a notch requires to slide over the metal of the plate, and friction and a wear causing an enlargement of the notch ensues, which destroys the accuracy of the gauge.
More of those darned feather-dusters!
Stobart did not disturb the sand any more.
But to-day she thought of this disturber of her peace differently from yesterday; for yesterday she had felt herself overwhelmed by him with shame, while to-day it appeared to her as though she had triumphed over him at the procession, since she had steadily avoided his glance, and when he had dared to approach her she had resolutely turned her back upon him.
They were to insist that the republic should absolutely renounce the trade with the east and west indies, and should pledge itself to chastise such of its citizens as might dare to undertake those voyages, as disturbers of the peace and enemies of the public repose, whether they went to the indies in person or associated themselves with men of other nations for that purpose, under any pretext whatever.