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Correct spelling for DICTORNARY
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Possible correct spellings for dictornary
- Dignitary(Definition of dignitary)
- Dictionary(Definition of dictionary)
- Doctrine(Definition of doctrine)
- Quaternary(Definition of quaternary)
- Doctrinaire(Definition of doctrinaire)
- Doctoring(Definition of Doctoring)
When jethro was farming,-so it was said,-he would not stop to talk politics even with the president of the united states were that dignitary to lean over his pasture fence and beckon to him.
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"have you tried with a dictionary?
If that is what the doctrine of special providence means, i shall need a new confession of faith.
These were exhumed from a stratum of volcanic tufa, claimed to be of tertiary age, but perhaps quaternary, and lay at a depth of some forty feet beneath the surface.
He was no longer a doctrinaire.
"and they have not grown better, though voelzke, the surgeon-general has been doctoring them every day; and, by his salves, mixtures, leeches, and blisters, causing me almost as much pain as the eyes themselves.