Correct spelling for DICTORARY

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Possible correct spellings for dictorary

  • Dietary(Definition of dietary)
  • These dietary diseases often terminated in death, but their courses might well not have been fatal if proper medical attention could have been given.

  • Dictionary(Definition of dictionary)
  • "i'm not," said austin with a wicked grin, and took out his french dictionary.

  • Doctoring(Definition of Doctoring)
  • Your radical friend, who would bring them to a level by proclamation, could not adopt a surer method for destroying the manhood of a people: he is for doctoring wooden men, and i for not letting our stout english be cut down short as laplanders; he would have them in a forcing house, and i in open air, as hitherto.

  • Doctored
  • Every man who could wield an assegai was called out, and the army was doctored on the night of the new moon.

  • Literary(Definition of literary)
  • Doctorow
  • Victory(Definition of victory)
  • May they join my way to bring me victory Seven at one stroke My triumph and my pride They will be history

    – Vain Glory Opera by edguy
  • Doctorate(Definition of doctorate)
  • In the sheldonian theatre is held the annual commemoration of founders and benefactors, the grand academical festival, at which the doctorate appears in its pomp of scarlet, filing in to the sound of the organ, the prize poems and essays are read, and the honorary degrees are conferred in the presence of a gala crowd of visitors drawn by the summer beauty of oxford and the pleasures that close the studious year.

  • Doctoral
  • The archbishop receives 5,000 piastres [78] (25,500 livres); the dean, 600 (3,030 livres); archdeacon, schoolmaster, precentor, and treasurer, each 500 (2,525 livres); the three canons-namely, the doctoral, the magistral, and the one of grace or favor-and the two half prebendaries, each 400 (2,020 livres); the master of ceremonies, 1,200 livres; and last, the two parish priests [cures], each 924 livres.