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Correct spelling for DITURB

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Possible correct spellings for diturb

  • Dat
  • An audiotape recording of sound.

  • Datum
  • An item of factual information derived from measurement or research.

  • Daub
  • A blemish made by dirt; "he had a smudge on his cheek".

  • Ddt
  • An insecticide that is also toxic to animals and humans; banned in the united states since 1972.

  • Debtor
  • A person who owes a creditor; someone who has the obligation of paying a debt.

  • Deity
  • Any supernatural being worshipped as controlling some part of the world or some aspect of life or who is the personification of a force.

  • Derby
  • A hat that is round and black and hard with a narrow brim; worn by some british businessmen.

  • Deter
  • Try to prevent; show opposition to; "we should discourage this practice among our youth".

  • Detour
  • Travel via a detour.

  • Diatribe
  • Thunderous verbal attack.

  • Diet
  • Follow a regimen or a diet, as for health reasons.

  • Dietary
  • A regulated daily food allowance.

  • Dirt
  • Obscene terms for feces.

  • Dirty
  • Make soiled, filthy, or dirty; "don't soil your clothes when you play outside!".

  • Disturb
  • Change the arrangement or position of.

  • Ditto
  • Repeat an action.

  • Ditty
  • A short simple song (or the words of a poem intended to be sung).

  • Dot
  • Scatter or intersperse like dots or studs; "hills constellated with lights".

  • Dotard
  • An oldster in his dotage; someone whose age has impaired his intellect.

  • Doubt
  • Lack confidence in or have doubts about; "i doubt these reports"; "i suspect her true motives"; "she distrusts her stepmother".

  • Drab
  • Depressing in character or appearance; "drove through dingy streets"; "the dismal prison twilight"- charles dickens; "drab old buildings"; "a dreary mining town"; "gloomy tenements"; "sorry routine that follows on the heels of death"- b.a.williams.

  • Drub
  • Beat thoroughly in a competition or fight; "we licked the other team on sunday!".

  • Dub
  • Invest with knighthood; make of knight of.

  • Perturb
  • Disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed; "she was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill".

  • Stub
  • Strike against an object, as of one's toe or foot.

  • Tab
  • The bill in a restaurant; "he asked the waiter for the check".

  • Titus
  • Emperor of rome; son of vespasian (40-81).

  • Tub
  • A relatively large open container that you fill with water and use to wash the body.

  • Tuba
  • The lowest brass wind instrument.

  • Tubby
  • Short and thick; as e.g. having short legs and heavy musculature; "some people seem born to be square and chunky"; "a dumpy little dumpling of a woman"; "dachshunds are long lowset dogs with drooping ears"; "a little church with a squat tower"; "a squatty red smokestack"; "a stumpy ungainly figure".

  • Tube
  • Electronic device consisting of a system of electrodes arranged in an evacuated glass or metal envelope.

  • Turbid
  • (of especially liquids) clouded as with sediment; "a cloudy liquid"; "muddy coffee"; "murky waters".

  • Turbot
  • A large brownish european flatfish.

  • Darby
  • A plasterer's float, having two handles; - used in smoothing ceilings, etc..

  • Dater
  • One who dates..

  • Did
  • Imp. of do..

  • Dieter
  • One who diets; one who prescribes, or who partakes of, food, according to hygienic rules..

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

  • Dittos
  • Of ditto.

  • Doter
  • One who dotes; a man whose understanding is enfeebled by age; a dotard..

  • Turbo
  • Any one of numerous marine gastropods of the genus turbo or family turbinidae, usually having a turbinate shell, pearly on the inside, and a calcareous operculum..

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