Correct spelling for DOMBS

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Possible correct spellings for dombs

  • Bribings
  • Dims
  • A few hours sometimes dims what otherwise would be hopeful clues; traces which, had they been taken up in time, might have led directly to the criminal, are rendered cold and useless."

  • Dobs
  • Tombs
  • Tomboys
  • Dibs
  • But you'll notice it is smith every time, though we always called him old dibs, because of the money that he had and threw around so regardless.

  • Dams
  • "o mamma," said bertha, looking up wistfully into her face, "how i should love to play so with water and pebbles, and little boats, and ducks and geese, and dams, all day long!

  • Domes
  • The conviction finally forced itself through our dense intellectual domes that the trout in lost pond gave attention to business only at night.

  • Dubs
  • I get cake from buds and haze I'm making dubs they hating cause I'm on the grind like I'm making love when cops got the block hot like jamaican clubs cop weight, wait for a drought then make it flood

    – I'm a Hustla (with Jay-Z) by Cassidy
  • Mobs
  • Dbms
  • Toms
  • A couple of men with tom-toms slung round their necks completed the party, which marched in straggling procession out of the village at dawn.

  • Debs
  • Debs united states v.

  • Dooms
  • I bid you farewell for ever; and with my last words i condemn you to the darkest of all dooms-the remorse that comes too late!"

  • Aggros
  • Dabs
  • You lost your dabs, but if you'll slip out to-night and come down the pier, the tide'll be just right, and i'll have the bait and lines ready, and i'll give you as good a bit of fishing as you'd wish to have."

  • Wombs
  • Combs
  • Will's no judge of combs, or he'd a bought me a better.

  • Bombs
  • The old moon, so watchful there in the steel-blue sky, had never looked down upon a stranger scene than these white-robed soldiers who went out into no man's land, with rifles and bombs.

  • Dorms