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Correct spelling for DICONARY

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Possible correct spellings for diconary

  • Diagonally
  • Now, if we place 9 in the corner as shown in the diagram a, two of the corners cannot be occupied, while the corner that is diagonally opposite may be filled by 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9 persons.

  • Declare
  • You will have the goodness to declare yourself-and you also, madame.

  • Diagonal
  • The shield is curved in at the top, corners diagonal, sides curved in and then out, bottom rounded and rests on a background of horizontal colored lines.

  • Signora
  • Daycare
  • Spain provides paid maternity leave of 16 weeks with 30-50% of mothers returning to work (most full-time) after this, thus babies 4 months of age tend to be placed in daycare centers.

  • Pecuniary
  • Legionary
  • Dignity
  • Then he thought better of his dignity.

  • Cannery
  • You'll be well by morning, for there's a cannery in the next inlet and i've sent a boat's crew for help.

  • Decry
  • Secondly, that they did not decry or depreciate human knowledge.

  • Dictionary
  • The first proved to be an ill- bound, ill printed, greek and latin dictionary; the other was a homer!

  • Canary
  • They prefer canary living, with the feathers on.

  • Deacon
  • He could not refuse to let him attend the winter school, though he had told him it would pay him better to be splitting reeds in weir's swamp than in going to a woman's school-and "only a girl at that," said the deacon, with good-humoured contempt.

  • Ternary
  • Deanery
  • This, however, was a long time ago, nearly two years ago; and many grave things had got themselves transacted since lucy's visit to the deanery.

  • Gingery
  • Ignore
  • Joinery
  • Dijon
  • Bishop rivet of dijon carried off the honours of the day among the opposition.

  • January
  • Dignitary
  • The gyp-room owned a presiding dignitary of its own who was known as the "gyp-woman," who obligingly performed that service.

  • Dacron
  • Madras, introduced from india via brooks brothers to the public in 1902 argyles: in 1957, brooks brothers became the first american retailer to manufacture argyle socks for men light-weight summer suits: the first lightweight summer suits made of cotton corduroy and seersucker were introduced by brooks during the early 1930s wash-and-wear shirts: in 1953, the store pioneered the manufacture of wash-and-wear shirts using a blend of dacron, polyester, and cotton that was invented by ruth r.

  • Dignify
  • In short the world had gone pretty mad for a moment, and for that moment i felt that, in this bizarrerie of contrast it might dignify our quarrel if farrell died amid such magnificent surroundings.

  • Chicanery
  • It was the chicanery of blount which had ruined his father and driven colonel huff to his death, and what could be better, as poetic justice, than to see him hoist on his own petard.

  • Deccan
  • While the women entertained the rajputs with an evening of dance and low-priced intimacy, partab shah whispered warnings to hawksworth that the road farther east was no longer safe now that civil rule in the deccan was teetering.

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