Correct spelling for DIOESNT

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Possible correct spellings for dioesnt

  • Dent(Definition of dent)
  • A smile parted mr. dunbar's lips, and his handsome teeth glittered as he whispered to judge dent: "even your chivalrous compassion can scarcely digest this knotty solution of her movements that night.

  • Doesn't
  • Don't(Definition of don't)
  • Dissents
  • Position of one who dissents, upon material points, from the fixed opinions and creed of his countrymen 366

  • Decent(Definition of decent)
  • The general was his brother-in-law, he said, and rather nervous because they hadn't had a decent meal for a week.

  • Descent(Definition of descent)
  • Men of spanish and of french descent, negroes, and quadroons, west indians from all the islands scattered between north and south america, birds of prey, and fugitives from justice of all sorts and kinds, made that a place of refuge.

  • Isn't
  • Docent(Definition of Docent)
  • Dint(Definition of dint)
  • But even so, the difference entitled her to authority on the subject with anna-felicitas, and by dint of doing all her calculations roughly, as she was careful to describe her method, she allowed room for withdrawal and escape where otherwise the inflexibility of figures might have caught her tight and held her down while anna-felicitas looked on and was unable to respect her.

  • Dist
  • =source:= jerry hill, 265 highland st., spartanburg, s. c. interviewed by: f. s. dupre, spartanburg office, dist.

  • Dissenter(Definition of dissenter)
  • And yet i hear that the king and the clergy say they'll never stop until there's not a dissenter left in the land.

  • Dissent(Definition of dissent)
  • But it seemed that hawkins was not afraid to say what he thought of the situation, and only one of the rebels who listened to his speech in the post-office had dared dissent from his views.

  • Dost(Definition of Dost)