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Correct spelling for DISESE

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Possible correct spellings for disese

  • Act Misbehave
  • Affords A View
  • Be Dependent Up On
  • Be Devilments
  • Be Mire
  • Daises
  • Daisies
  • But i like daisies, too; i don't want any of these things destroyed."

  • Deices
  • Dices
  • Dies
  • The white man dies hard."

  • Diesel
  • There was a diesel running somewhere, and a man stood and stared skyward and made motions with his hands, and the diesel adjusted its running to his signals.

  • Diocese
  • Well, well, that is strange; sure he is the priest of this country for twelve miles in every direction of you, and a better man, and a pleasanter, there does not live in the diocese; though i'm his cousin that says it."

  • Dis Informed
  • Discs
  • The two discs were perfectly rounded and separately discernible until they touched.

  • Disease
  • He said he had a disease, and gave me a history of it.

  • Diseased
  • Diseased vanity, disappointed ambition, and deliberate place-hunting have more to do with that kind of thing than devotion to principle.

  • Diseases
  • Tobacco was supposed in those days to be "good for" a surprising variety of ailments and diseases; but to explore that little section of popular medicine would be foreign to my purpose.

  • Dishes
  • As soon as she heard i was interested she said she would show me some of their dishes, and dr. berry's sister is so good in letting me go down into the kitchen to learn.

  • Disks
  • Disperse
  • None were more anxious than lincoln and stanton to capture richmond, to disperse the rebels, and to restore the union.

  • Dispose
  • It may express the sense of the house, but it does not necessarily dispose of the measure.

  • Disuse
  • The sole cause recognized is that of direct adaptation of constitution to conditions consequent on inheritance of the modifications of structure resulting from use and disuse.

  • Disused
  • "you can't take him back and leave him there," said clovis; "the highway is meant for traffic, not to be used as a lumber-room for disused miracles."

  • Doing Own Thing
  • Doses
  • We got the same doses.

  • Douses
  • Getting Show Road
  • Give It A Go
  • High Arts
  • Inter-Face
  • More Fathomless
  • Well Provided For
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