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Correct spelling for DISIPLANE
We think the word disiplane 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 disiplane
- Disciplined(Definition of disciplined)
- Displace(Definition of displace)
- Deplane(Definition of deplane)
- Disciple(Definition of disciple)
- Seaplane(Definition of seaplane)
- Spline(Definition of spline)
- Discipline(Definition of discipline)
- Display(Definition of display)
- Displease(Definition of displease)
Any disciplined group, almost no matter how small can model it to order."
He styled the duke "general brunswick," and said he was determined to destroy his city, and displace his family for ever.
Thou who art now a disciple, able to stand, able to hear, able to see, able to speak, who hast conquered desire and attained to self-knowledge, who hast seen thy soul in its bloom and recognised it, and heard the voice of the silence, go thou to the hall of learning and read what is written there for thee.
A seaplane can go so fast that it makes the fastest torpedo boat destroyer look as if it were standing still.
Whatever was happening to her was according to the discipline of her nature, controlled, suppressed.
The hat is held a second longer off the head, the bow is lower, and the smile of recognition is more amiable, by which, i mean, that it is meant to display the pleasure experienced by the meeting.
Because you might be offended by my communication, and it would be terrible for me were i to displease you.