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Correct spelling for DICTINONARY
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Possible correct spellings for dictinonary
- Dictation(Definition of dictation)
- Dictaphone(Definition of dictaphone)
- Doctrinaire(Definition of doctrinaire)
- Doctrinal(Definition of doctrinal)
- Dictionary(Definition of dictionary)
- Dignitary(Definition of dignitary)
The saint, who writes at the dictation of the child, is painted with earnestness, and the whole scene is treated with the utmost religious feeling.
It was in the morning hour before the dictations, and he received her, quite correctly clad in his beautiful dressing-robe and propped against his pillows.
His hand, which had wasted to mere skin and bone these past few months, groped through the darkness, slid over the polished coolness of the dictaphone hood, and snapped the switch.
But, in fact, he prepares the way for a doctrinaire tyranny which, of all forms of government, might easily turn out to be the worst which a long-suffering humanity has yet endured.
An exposition of the 39 articles, historical and doctrinal.
"captain stubbard always has more meaning than he can well put into words," said his wife; "his mind is too strong for any dictionary.
The elderly dignitary, whose tall figure exceeded that of the architect in height by a full head, did not find it quite so easy to pass under the ropes with his head bent down; but he did it with good humor, and while carefully avoiding pulling down the wet linen, he called out: "i am beginning to feel some respect for children's shirts; one can at any rate get through them without breaking one's spine.