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Correct spelling for DICTHED
We think the word dicthed 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 dicthed
- Dictate(Definition of dictate)
- Tithed(Definition of Tithed)
- Teethed(Definition of Teethed)
- Decked(Definition of decked)
- Docked(Definition of docked)
- Toothed(Definition of toothed)
- Ticked(Definition of Ticked)
- Diked(Definition of Diked)
- Dicta(Definition of Dicta)
He had her in his power, and it was not in his nature to permit his subjects to dictate to him.
Ben'e dict ben e fac'tion be nef'i cence ben'e fice ben e fi'cial be nev'o lence
"i tell you what, comrades," said he, after a few minutes' deliberation, "i have made up my mind to go back to the village with this red-coated gentleman, and see whether they are all decked out in the same fashion.
No recollection, i suppose, when you were content to ride double, behind the butler, on a docked coach-horse.
This soul should fly from me, and i be changed into some brutish beast all beasts are happy, for when they die their souls are soon ditched in elements o soul! be changed into small water drops, and fall into the ocean; ne'er be found
3132, the saw itself would be held out of level, and the toothed edge would be more tightly strained than the back edge.
In many places the mississippi river, closely diked, flows high above the lands adjacent.
John ruskin, much as we may admire him for his moral influence, and admire, or not admire, him for his prose, was a bull in a china-shop when he made his famous criticism on whistler, and thus inadvertantly added to the gaiety of nations by provoking that delightful trial, which, farcical as it seemed at the moment, not merely evoked from whistler himself some imperishable dicta on art and the relation of critics to art, but really did something towards the long-drawn awakening of that mysterious somnolence called the public consciousness on the strange mission of beauty in this world, and, incidentally of the status of those "eccentric" ministers of it called artists.
Malone ducked past lynch, rubbed at his chin and looked for mike.