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Correct spelling for DISTURN

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Possible correct spellings for disturn

  • Astern
  • At or near or toward the stern of a ship or tail of an airplane; "stow the luggage aft"; "ships with square sails sail fairly efficiently with the wind abaft"; "the captain looked astern to see what the fuss was about".

  • Cistern
  • A sac or cavity containing fluid especially lymph or cerebrospinal fluid.

  • Destine
  • Design or destine; "she was intended to become the director".

  • Destiny
  • Your overall circumstances or condition in life (including everything that happens to you); "whatever my fortune may be"; "deserved a better fate"; "has a happy lot"; "the luck of the irish"; "a victim of circumstances"; "success that was her portion".

  • Discern
  • Detect with the senses; "the fleeing convicts were picked out of the darkness by the watchful prison guards"; "i can't make out the faces in this photograph".

  • Disdain
  • A communication that indicates lack of respect by patronizing the recipient.

  • Disown
  • Prevent deliberately (as by making a will) from inheriting.

  • Distal
  • (anatomy) directed away from the midline or mesial plane of the body.

  • Distant
  • Remote in manner; "stood apart with aloof dignity"; "a distant smile".

  • Distend
  • Become wider; "his pupils were dilated".

  • Distort
  • Twist and press out of shape.

  • Disturb
  • Change the arrangement or position of.

  • Disturbing
  • Causing distress or worry or anxiety; "distressing (or disturbing) news"; "lived in heroic if something distressful isolation"; "a disturbing amount of crime"; "a revelation that was most perturbing"; "a new and troubling thought"; "in a particularly worrisome predicament"; "a worrying situation"; "a worrying time".

  • Downturn
  • A worsening of business or economic activity; "the market took a downturn".

  • Dustbin
  • A bin that holds rubbish until it is collected.

  • Duster
  • A loose coverall (coat or frock) reaching down to the ankles.

  • Dustman
  • Someone employed to collect and dispose of refuse.

  • Dustpan
  • The quantity that a dustpan will hold.

  • Listen
  • Listen and pay attention; "listen to your father"; "we must hear the expert before we make a decision".

  • Liston
  • United states prizefighter who lost his world heavyweight championship to cassius clay in 1964 (1932-1970).

  • Piston
  • United states neoclassical composer (1894-1976).

  • Saturn
  • (roman mythology) god of agriculture and vegetation; counterpart of greek cronus; "saturday is saturn's day".

  • Stern
  • The rear part of a ship.

  • Stun
  • Overcome esp. with astonishment or disbelief; "the news stunned her".

  • Taciturn
  • Habitually reserved and uncommunicative.

  • Disturber
  • A troubler who disquiets or interferes with peace and quiet; someone who causes disorder and commotion.

  • Dusting
  • Of dust.

  • Dustmen
  • Of dustman.