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Possible correct spellings for doirs

  • Does(Definition of Does)
  • Why does nobody come?"

  • Dias
  • By the light that streamed out of the open door they saw that the man attacked was dias.

  • Dir
  • Du sollst das himmelreich begehren, sollst gott darum bitten; aber du sollst nicht da stehen bleiben, dass du gott allein darum dienest, und ihn allein darum liebhabest, damit er dir das himmelreich gebe, und anders nicht.

  • Doris
  • He handed doris into the car, followed her, and slammed the door.

  • Dorsey
  • Dorsey greeted them hilariously and with a half-leer.

  • Dais(Definition of dais)
  • Approaching the barrier, a woman, veiled, but wearing the sash and star, knelt for a moment to the presence of the arch-teacher, and then, as the barrier was thrown open by the sentries, came up to the dais.

  • Dos
  • The saint of el dos de mayo is saint revolution, as democratic in one way as saint agriculture in another.

  • Unenthused
  • Doers
  • And the fact is, that there is suffering in reserve for evil doers.

  • Dis(Definition of dis)
  • Ought to been into albany 'fore dis.

  • Dose(Definition of dose)
  • The question is, did he take that dose himself or was it administered to him by some other person?

  • Dior
  • The hand-span waists so beloved by dior were achieved by foundation garments, of which the most popular was the waist cincher.

  • Dies(Definition of Dies)
  • While he is gone his wife dies.

  • Doors(Definition of doors)
  • Open all these doors!

  • Dirks
  • The guns were heavily charged with powder and shot; pistols and cutlasses, dirks and bowie-knives, were all in readiness, and the boat was alongside, manned by the sailors ready to receive us.

  • Doss(Definition of doss)
  • Doss, finding he could not follow his master up the round bars, sat patiently at the foot of the ladder.

  • Odors
  • Now we have no real knowledge of how odors arise.

  • Dears
  • "i will tell you, my dears.

  • Tours
  • You hated tours of trenches; you were proud of nothing more than having good years to spend; longed to get home and join the careless crowd of chaps who work in peace with time for friend.

  • Image-Breaker
  • One earned the name of the image-breaker by his wanton destruction of the ancient architecture and sculpture.

  • Duos
  • All the caciques and other principal inhabitants of peru are reposited after their death in a kind of vaults, clothed in all their richest dresses, and seated in a kind of chairs which they name duos.

  • Dorms
  • The seven dorms are kincaid hall, priestly hall, benedum, blue, gold and university halls as well as battler hall.

  • Odis
  • David hayden brain (born 4 october 1964 in salisbury, southern rhodesia) is a former zimbabwean cricketer who played in 9 tests and 23 odis from 1992 to 1995.

  • Dories
  • "well, if you are not afraid, i'll try not to be," dories assured her friend, but in her heart she knew that she would be glad indeed when the twelve days were over.

  • Tors
  • Mr king, whose knowledge of the country was at once vast and minute, is quoted as having said 'that he believed almost every form of superstition or superstitious observances condemned in the penitential of bartholomew, bishop of exeter, 1161-1184, might be found sheltering itself under the dartmoor tors.

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