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Correct spelling for DIS

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Possible correct spellings for dis

  • Disk(Definition of disk)
  • Die(Definition of die)
  • Surely i am going to die."

  • Div(Definition of DIV)
  • Wis(Definition of Wis)
  • Ais
  • The ais for biotin are: 5mcg of biotin for 0-6-month-old males, 6mcg of biotin for 7-12-month-old males, 8mcg of biotin for 1-3-year-old males, 12mcg of biotin for 4-8-year-old males, 20mcg of biotin for 9-13-year-old males, 25mcg of biotin for 14-18-year-old males, and 30mcg of biotin for males that are 19 years old and older.

  • Din(Definition of din)
  • Where the rude hamlet rested on its banks in rural solitude, the never-weary din of commerce rolls through the city of the world.

  • Dds
  • Circus, a 2009 episode glenn martin, dds circus, a 2010 pbs documentary series on the big apple circus

  • Sis(Definition of sis)
  • Disc(Definition of disc)
  • Dig(Definition of dig)
  • I'm going out and dig in the sand!

  • Digs
  • That man a fly has killed, whose bones are left unburied till an earthquake digs his grave.

  • Id's
  • Ids
  • Dish(Definition of dish)
  • Dir
  • Dies(Definition of Dies)
  • Lady lundie's charming smile suddenly dies out.

  • Pis
  • Bis(Definition of Bis)
  • 1885. e. naumann, deutsche tondichter von j. s. bach bis richard wagner.

  • Dims
  • Thy voice is like a fountain, twinkling up in sharp starlight, when the moon behind the mountain dims the low east with faintest white, ever darkling, 80 ever sparkling, we know not if 'tis dark or bright; but, when the great moon hath rolled round, and, sudden-slow, its solemn power grows from behind its black, clear-edged bound, no spot of dark the fountain keepeth, but, swift as opening eyelids, leapeth into a waving silver flower.

  • Did(Definition of Did)
  • What did you come to do?

  • Dps
  • Dins
  • Dias
  • Have you fallen in with them often, dias?

  • Dais(Definition of dais)
  • The throne was elevated on a dais of silver steps.

  • Dos
  • Dis(Definition of dis)
  • Xis
  • Dim(Definition of dim)
  • The road by which he has come out of the dim past lies through the lower animals.

  • Dip(Definition of dip)
  • Dips
  • Dibs
  • "boys," said old dibs, kind of solemn and helplesslike, "you'll do the square thing by me, won't you? you won't sell an old man for blood money? you won't get me up there and then strike a trade with them that's tracking me down?"

  • Odis
  • Dist
  • His(Definition of His)
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