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Correct spelling for DISTERBED

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Possible correct spellings for disterbed

  • Distend(Definition of distend)
  • In erysipelas of the head the membranes of the brain may inflame and serous effusions distend the ventricles.

  • Distorted(Definition of distorted)
  • Later the english press, anxious, naturally enough, to throw into high relief the exploits of our own troops in france, and getting only scraps of news from the french lines, gave a distorted view of the general situation, and threw the whole picture of the war out of perspective, like the image of a man in a convex mirror.

  • Disturb(Definition of disturb)
  • "sit down, my dear," said her mother-in-law, with a good deal of steadiness; "you only disturb him."

  • Disrobed
  • She soon disrobed, lay with her hair spread out upon the pillow, one hand above the coverlet.

  • Distorter(Definition of Distorter)
  • On the distorter drive, they had returned to earth as swiftly as they had departed.

  • Deserted
  • "follow us, jacob," i heard mr. montenero say, as we stepped into the carriage; "follow us to the house of joy, you who never deserted the house of mourning."

  • Disturbs
  • He will make a deal of noise, drink a deal of whiskey, acquire a deal of what he terms "action"; but he harms nobody, and, in a town toughened to his racket and which needs and gets his money, disturbs nobody.

  • Distilled(Definition of Distilled)
  • A second liquid is formed by dissolving 60 grams of cyanide of potassium in 80 grams of distilled waters; the two liquids are mixed together in a decanter and stirred for 20 minutes, and then filtered.

  • Disturbed(Definition of disturbed)
  • "he will be able to tell us if anything has been disturbed, no doubt," remarked stillman.

  • Disturbers
  • Many appear to be fast asleep with regard to the sacred heritage we have received from our forefathers, and allow disturbers of our peace and faith, under various disguises, to intrude upon and undermine the safeguards of our sacred rights and liberties.

  • Disturber(Definition of Disturber)
  • He was under average height, slightly built, and had a boyish, pleasant face that fitted ill with his apparent occupation as house-breaker and disturber of damsels.

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