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Correct spelling for DICTORY
We think the word dictory 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 dictory
- Bigotry(Definition of bigotry)
- Decry(Definition of decry)
- Dietary(Definition of dietary)
- Factory(Definition of factory)
- Destroy(Definition of destroy)
- Dedicatory(Definition of Dedicatory)
- Doctor(Definition of doctor)
- Victory(Definition of victory)
- Dicta(Definition of Dicta)
- Judicatory(Definition of judicatory)
- Directory(Definition of directory)
- Dilatory(Definition of dilatory)
- Rectory(Definition of rectory)
- Dictator(Definition of dictator)
Even in prose, to speak plainly, the hesitation-unless it comes from the foolish dislike to things religious, as such, which has been the bigotry of the last generation or two-comes from the almost equally foolish determination to draw up arbitrary laws of literary kind.
The times for example, which still holds a certain pre-eminence of place, although it is the fashion of a younger generation to decry it and to pretend that it has lost all its influence, owing both to the change of public taste in journalistic requirements and certain business enterprises which have been associated with its name, spoke out to this effect with careful and calculated sincerity.
He had long since known that his first-born was a sinner in israel, an "epikouros," a scoffer, a selfish sensualist, a lover of bachelor quarters and the feverish life of the european capitals, a scorner of the dietary laws and tabus, an adept in the forbidden.
"i should accept his invitation," she answered, "and with delight, if i were not afraid of meeting at his house some person who might know me, and would destroy the happiness i am now enjoying with you."
President woodruff offered the dedicatory prayer.
Who is his doctor?"
The liturgy gave place to the presbyterian directory.
Even up here in our dilatory dutchess county the breeze smells green.
Walpole's ambition was to be the constitution dictator of england.