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Correct spelling for DISEISE

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Possible correct spellings for diseise

  • Decease
  • Michael might have talked to the old man, as he had often talked to herself, about the possibility of such a treasure having been hidden by the king when he, akhnaton, knew that he was dying and when he realized that his new capital of tel-el-amarna would not long survive his decease, that the priests of the old religion would do all in their power to obliterate his memory and teachings.

  • Desist
  • The only peril is in the landing of stores, and i think we should desist from that.

  • Despise
  • If indeed i were all i could wish to be, i am persuaded i should despise no one.

  • Diocese
  • Jealous for the honor of his diocese, the prelate instantly applied himself to rebuild the cathedral; but he lived to see only a small progress made in his work.

  • Disease
  • He has no disease at all."

  • Diseased
  • To the lawyer it is his cases and the body of law, it is the legal relation of men that is of supreme importance; to the merchant and manufacturer all the world consists in buying and selling, in the production and exchange of products; to the physician all the world is diseased and in need of remedies; to the clergyman speculation and the discussion of dogmas and historical theology assume immense importance; the politician has his world, the artist his also, and the man of books and letters a realm still apart from all others.

  • Disguise
  • No, this could not be one of her friends even in disguise.

  • Dismiss
  • But after a few seconds he seemed to dismiss the matter and began to talk of himself.

  • Disperse
  • But, before the lowered pikes could fully disperse the crowd, the throng parted and through the swaying mob there burst a lithe and flying figure-a brown-skinned maid of twelve with streaming hair, loose robe, and angry, flashing eyes.

  • Dispose
  • However, if i must, i will dispose of my new cane.

  • Disuse
  • Profound anxiety began to mingle with the suspense, for fear lest the faithful servant in his devotion had over-rated his powers-lest the disuse of his early practice had weakened his skill-lest the weight bound to his foot had dragged him down and kept him there forever.

  • Diverse
  • This is evident from the sudden changes of our dreams; in which the imaginative principle, once started by anything matter, goes through a whole series of most diverse emotions and appearances.

  • Daisies
  • And how the buttercups and daisies dance to meet my dazzled glance!

  • Dies
  • "it is the paper which a man leaves when he dies, saying to whom he wishes his money to go.

  • Diseases
  • The names of wars, like the names of diseases, are generally put off on the party of the other part.

  • Doses
  • Dose, 5-20 centigrams a day in 4 doses.

  • Dizzies
  • Dices
  • Daises
  • Deices
  • Act Misbehave
  • Affords A View
  • Am Made Up Of
  • Dis Informed
  • Unprimed
  • Getting Show Road
  • Inter-Face