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Correct spelling for DICK
We think the word dick 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 dick
- Dick(Definition of dick)
- Deck(Definition of deck)
- Dirk(Definition of dirk)
- Dice(Definition of dice)
- Rick(Definition of rick)
- Disk(Definition of disk)
- Dink(Definition of dink)
- Duck(Definition of duck)
- Hick(Definition of hick)
- Pick(Definition of pick)
- Kick(Definition of kick)
- Lick(Definition of lick)
- Wick(Definition of wick)
- Dock(Definition of dock)
- Tick(Definition of tick)
- Sick(Definition of sick)
- Nick(Definition of nick)
"yes, dick dear, and i have good news for you.
The captain was on deck in a moment.
Daylight or dirk, once aloft the young aviator did not doubt his own powers.
Jake objected: "no dice, jimmy."
Rick shook his head unhappily.
To seek the fortune i was mad enough to cast from me into a great whirlpool, believing that it would be thrown up at my feet again, with every disk of gold changed into a sparkling diamond.
Oh, no, sir, said dink, it's not that.
How many times i have endeavoured to trace the v said to be formed by duck while flying, and failed to detect it!
"sounds like one of them damn hick towns in california," said smokey, the gambler.
Bib. col. 91 seq., and by whitehouse, dict bib. i. 53.
And-in any case-i can pick her up now.
"ivor, do you want me to kick you?
But he had not fashioned so much as a den into which he could creep and lick his wounds.
The lamplight grew dim, showing the oil to be gone, so he blew out the smoking wick.
I did all the swearing necessary for you in the saloon, with my own, when the tiresome man came on board, and there's really nothing left for you to bother with on the dock, except to open your boxes and say you have nothing to declare."
Nothing but the solemn tick of the tall clock was to be heard.
I am sick of home; i want to get away from all these spiteful girls.
"git goin', pard; guess your word's good fer me," nick said eagerly.