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Correct spelling for DITIONARY
We think the word ditionary 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 ditionary
- Dictionary(Definition of dictionary)
- Cautionary(Definition of cautionary)
- Visionary(Definition of visionary)
- Ternary(Definition of ternary)
- Stationary(Definition of stationary)
- Missionary(Definition of missionary)
- Stationery(Definition of stationery)
- Diversionary(Definition of diversionary)
- Dishonor(Definition of dishonor)
"i am a perfect dictionary as to your movements," he assured her.
It was likewise thoroughly to be understood that such cautionary towns should be restored to the states so soon as payment should be made of all moneys advanced during the war.
Had any one told these unfortunate noblemen and gentlemen how and by whom the grand fabric of the french monarchy under which they flourished would be subverted, they would not have pitied him as a visionary, but would have turned from him as what they call a mauvais plaisant.
If q = 2 or q = 3, the code is described as a binary code, or a ternary code respectively.
The car was stationary and empty.
Then he was for a short time in constantinople, and since about 1888 he has been living in the united states and helping in missionary work.
She took a sheet of paper from the leathern stationery rack and fell to scribbling, while he furtively eyed the window and again put from him the thought of flight.
Still less from a strategical point of view can we be certain whether a particular landing represents an advance guard or is a diversionary operation to mask a larger landing elsewhere.
Mrs. wedge had heard that children shrink from the touch of hands that have engaged in violence or dishonor, and watched the growing friendship between the two with a great deal of interest.