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Correct spelling for DICITONARY

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  • Distant(Definition of distant)
  • Again he took up his stand in the doorway and remained gazing out upon the valley of the little choyeuse creek, and the more distant crags of the foothills beyond.

  • Destine(Definition of destine)
  • Never before had it at any one time a like number of men combining all the qualifications that seemed to destine them to be the leaders in a great movement of revival and reconstruction.

  • Tercentenary(Definition of tercentenary)
  • In 1907 the main body of the church was reconstructed for the tercentenary celebration.

  • Destroy(Definition of destroy)
  • But it does not destroy his courage or his gift of gaiety or his desire to fight for france or his sublime endurance of pain.

  • Distillery(Definition of distillery)
  • He is probably telling woodyard at this moment what the president said to him last week about princhard's articles on the distillery trust!"

  • Distance(Definition of distance)
  • The course was to be up and down the streets of ahmednugger, and then for a certain distance outside the city.

  • Dustin
  • Mrs. dustin picked up mollie and began to dance.

  • Deciding(Definition of deciding)
  • He was not to think, she told him, of deciding on anything without at any rate telling her.

  • Dusting
  • He was dusting the sleeve of his coat, and i could not help feeling with what unnecessary conscientiousness he was doing it.

  • Stingray(Definition of stingray)
  • Under new ownership, the icerays rebranded to the “corpus christi rayz” prior to the 2003–04 season after five seasons as a professional franchise, keeping the stingray as its mascot but altering the logo to incorporate the texas state flag and colors.

  • Distend(Definition of distend)
  • The main object is to distend the rectum by means of the water, thereby producing reflex stimulation.

  • Taciturnity(Definition of taciturnity)
  • Templeton, as if to draw attention from his wife's taciturnity, talked more than usual.

  • Taciturnly
  • Another voice answered from the shoulder-box, bringing a second mental picture of a face-square and brown, black-browed and taciturnly humorless-that he had known and forgotten.

  • Destiny(Definition of destiny)
  • Chrysostom finally gave him up on condition that he be not put to death, and eutropius was banished to cyprus; but the empress and his enemies would not be satisfied with anything less than his death, and he was later recalled and executed at chalcedon in a. d. 399. not long afterward, gainas met with a like evil destiny, and eudoxia was left without a rival to dispute her control over the emperor.

  • Taciturn(Definition of taciturn)
  • Her troubled thoughts were interrupted by martha, the taciturn maid.

  • Disagreeble
  • Masses of black seal-flesh, and long, white, fluttering strings of inflated intestines, were hung up between the tents, and in their interior there were everywhere to be seen bloody pieces of flesh, prepared in a disgusting way or lying scattered about, whereby both the dwellings and their inhabitants, who were occupied with hunting, had a more than usually disagreeble appearance.

  • Dictionary(Definition of dictionary)
  • At college it had never happened to him in the midst of his lessons to go off in a dream, his face buried in his hands, his elbows on a dictionary and his eyes looking into the future.

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