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Possible correct spellings for diviosn

  • Diviner(Definition of diviner)
  • "ah, but law is something beyond laws or those who administer them," he said in a lower tone; "and the law-the obligation-sense-of our own race and time, however imperfect it may be, is sacred, not because it has been imposed upon us from without, but because it has grown up to what it is, out of our own best life-ours, yet not ours-the best proof we have, when we look back at it in the large, when we feel its work in ourselves of some diviner power than our own will-our best clue to what that power may be!"

  • Division(Definition of division)
  • It is only when you get to understand the people that you begin to see that there is a cross division running through them that nothing can ever remove.

  • Devising
  • It, nevertheless, excited the envy and jealousy of the worthies who composed the westminster, the borough, and the city of london rump committees, and they lost no time in devising the means of getting the management out of the honest hands of those who had taken up the measure.

  • Divas
  • Divest(Definition of divest)
  • When at last he reached home he says: my brother sam took me into another room to divest me of my filthy garments and to wash and dress me.

  • Divine(Definition of divine)
  • The girl, we are told, followed paul and his friends and gave loud testimony to their divine mission.

  • Dixon
  • Divers(Definition of divers)
  • "there won't be divers sent after us--at least, within the time that we're going to be alive," spoke midshipman farley soberly.

  • Divan(Definition of divan)
  • X. the professor pushed aside the heavy curtain, and we entered a small room, simply furnished with a couple of tables, a bookcase, one or two easy-chairs, and a divan.

  • Dives
  • Davidson
  • Davies
  • Devin
  • Disown(Definition of disown)
  • "as a daughter, i disown you from now on, miss peggy.

  • Divans
  • Be-Deckings
  • Dickson
  • Dis-Coursings
  • Divisors
  • Interfold
  • Divining
  • Devon(Definition of devon)
  • To change from devon to australia is not such a change in many respects as merely to cross over from devon to normandy.

  • Diverse(Definition of diverse)
  • One effect of the equality existing between these two of diverse rank in life and perfect delicacy of heart, was, that the moment percy assumed the lead, robert never disputed it.

  • Dis-Coverers
  • Devise(Definition of devise)
  • Those students not seeking a degree could devise his own course of study with his tutor's permission.

  • Dividing(Definition of dividing)
  • Then, later still, the columns burst into the exquisite bloom of the early renaissance, their character profoundly different, but their use the same, that of dividing scenes from one another on the same woven picture.

  • Dvina
  • Devious(Definition of devious)
  • He had hit his own trail in his own way, as he usually did; a long devious, difficult, lonesome trail.

  • Divines
  • Divisor(Definition of divisor)
  • Diving(Definition of diving)
  • He loves the ocean, and the name he bears, from constant diving, seems correctly giv'n.

  • Dyson
  • Davis(Definition of davis)
  • For mr. davis there was little excuse.

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