Correct spelling for DICSHUNARY

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Possible correct spellings for dicshunary

  • Dishonored
  • The thing i so greatly fear is that when he comes to himself he will feel dishonored, and italians do not bear that easily, if at all."

  • Dishonor
  • She was bringing dishonor on us!

  • Missionary
  • I asked my missionary friend.

  • Dishonors
  • Lx the angry duke their fear discovered plain, by their pale looks and silence from each part, and as he moved was with just disdain, these words he said, and from his seat upstart: "unworthy life i judge that coward swain to hazard it even now that wants the heart, when this vile pagan with his glorious boast dishonors and defies christ's sacred host.

  • Visionary
  • The visionary and impracticable idea had become an accomplished fact; the splendid phantom had become a glorious reality; the heptarchy-the old irish constitution-had not been restored; yet ireland had won complete legislative independence.

  • Dishonour
  • They were given the death of rebels in arms, to which no dishonour attaches.

  • Diversionary
  • The resulting cavities beneath the city can now be divided up into several major categories: aqueducts and sewer tunnels; rainwater cisterns, reservoirs and aqueduct diversionary channels; caverns left from quarrying of tuff; the remains of neros "lost" theatre; greco-roman businesses, such as the remains of an ancient forum that was preserved in a mud slide; other voids from removal of sand and other types of materials; interconnecting tunnels and passageways among caverns; places of worship, including catacombs and pre-christian hypogea (cult burial chambers); major ancient and modern roadway tunnels, and rail and subway tunnels.

  • Dictionary
  • However, let us go into the library-there is a dictionary there-and perhaps we can spell it out."

  • Dishing
  • This improvement is manifest not only in the hair, but in the skin, which is soft and mellow to the touch; in the finer bones, shorter head, upright ears, dishing face, delicate muzzle, and mild eye; and in the short legs, low flanks, deep and wide chest, broad back, and early maturity.

  • Diction
  • He is passably acquainted with history and geography: is weak enough as to his latin diction and other elegant accomplishments: would make an excellent sea-officer: deserves to be transferred to the military school at paris.

  • Dishware
  • Southern potteries initially stamped its dishware pieces with the name "southern potteries," but in the 1930s had begun to use its now-famous "blue ridge" stamp, referring to the mountains surrounding erwin.

  • Pecuniary
  • He was not quite satisfied that the pecuniary motive was really the motive at the bottom of anne's journey south.

  • Canary
  • Her eyes rested, as she said this, on halsa lamport, who was standing in the veranda attending to a canary.