Correct spelling for DSITAL

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Possible correct spellings for dsital

  • Dismal(Definition of dismal)
  • I wondered how she would take the dismal news.

  • Dist
  • Alabama 8 $155,000 $331,000 california 43 3,619,000 9,584,000 colorado 9 445,000 1,168,000 connecticut 7 136,000 435,000 dist.

  • Distaff(Definition of distaff)
  • The uncanny little man burst out laughing, and taking her distaff set to work at once.

  • Dental(Definition of dental)
  • On account of the expense, pain, and inconvenience there is a tendency to put off dental work which one knows ought to be done.

  • Dst
  • Guatemala name: guatemala city geographic coordinates: 14 37 n, 90 31 w time difference: utc-6 (1 hour behind washington, dc during standard time) daylight saving time: +1hr, begins last sunday in april; ends last friday in september; note - there is no dst planned for 2007-2009

  • Detail(Definition of detail)
  • In the course of his further discussion, which need not be followed in detail, dewey passes on to a consideration of truth.

  • Stol
  • J430 - four-seat aircraft with winglets for best compromise between stol performance and speed sp - light aircraft version sp-t - taildragger version of sp ul - export version to meet european microlight regulations (calypso) ul-t - taildragger version of ul sk - two-seat aircraft (group a version)

  • Distill(Definition of distill)
  • But the south is our home the land of bright flowers, where the softest of suns, and the gentlest of showers distill a sweet balm from the blossoming earth, and make life a bright vision of pleasure and mirth.

  • Steal(Definition of steal)
  • "good morning, robin redbreast," said the sly old fox, who had tried to steal a fat duck from a farmyard the night before, and had barely escaped with his life.

  • Still(Definition of still)
  • 14,386. is that still done?

  • Stale(Definition of stale)
  • The place in which tristram now found himself was a low-browed room, smelling highly of sawdust and stale tobacco.

  • Digital(Definition of digital)
  • Those who cannot readily find their own pulse on their wrist or throat can inexpensively purchase a digital watch that gives a pulse reading; this kind of watch is used by athletes to make sure their training pulse is in an acceptable range.

  • Stael(Definition of stael)
  • The frequent interviews between madame recamier and madame de stael were not calculated to bring napoleon to sentiments and measures of moderation.

  • Stall(Definition of stall)
  • "malone," burris said plaintively, "i can stall them off for a while.

  • Distal(Definition of distal)
  • Sometimes, however, owing to irregularity of outline in the distal end, the proximal end is uppermost.

  • Distally(Definition of distally)
  • -small; teeth thecodont, compressed laterally, recurved distally, and bearing anterior and posterior cutting edges; anterior serrations limited to recurved portions of teeth, posterior serrations extending nearly entire length of teeth; lateral compression of teeth more pronounced medially than laterally; bases of teeth expanded.