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Correct spelling for DUAHGTER

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Possible correct spellings for duahgter

  • Diameter
  • Form into round cakes about eight inches in diameter, and cut into quarters.

  • Garter
  • Debater
  • It is already evident why mr. shaw is far better as lecturer, debater, pamphleteer, and writer of critical essays than as writer of either romances or plays.

  • Date
  • Do you remember the date?"

  • Carter
  • The other day when i called, mrs. carter told me how fond her little girl was of her, and the child hasn't been well."

  • Decatur
  • It was the american sailor, and the name of decatur and his gallant companions will be as lasting as monumental brass.

  • Deter
  • I own i expected that he was about to get me to promise him, in the presence of our mutual friends, that i would accomplish something of importance; as he knew if i once gave my word, that nothing would deter me from endeavouring to carry my promise into effect.

  • Target
  • Darter
  • For the present let the maid be sent back to her father, that the wrath of the far-darter may be appeased.

  • Dated
  • The right to take enemy's property on board neutral vessels has, in the present war, been waived by the queen, in a declaration, dated buckingham palace, march 29th 1854. this is however tempered by a reservation of the right to search for contraband.

  • Duster
  • If the warning were not sufficient the left hand of the little man would drop to his jacket pocket, and when it emerged it would be decorated with a heavy brass knuckle-duster.

  • Tauter
  • Doubter
  • Galbraith was an unconscious doubter, and he was perhaps the only man there whose faith, unknown to himself, was tottering on its foundations.

  • Gutter
  • More Eye Opening
  • Dante
  • Dante, because virgilius has departed do not weep yet, do not weep yet awhile; for by another sword thou need'st must weep.

  • Tatter
  • Dunged
  • Quartet
  • Quarter
  • Cuter
  • Tighter
  • Tagger
  • Dieter
  • Danged
  • Decanter
  • A big negro in spotless white hurried around the house bearing a brass tray set with a cup, a liqueur glass and a decanter.

  • Gaiter
  • Daugherty
  • Dexter
  • Earl dexter isn't a man to gather up trouble for himself.

  • Daughter
  • I knew not your daughter.

  • Doughier
  • Cater
  • On the other hand she must not cater to the man she is to marry, to the extent of failing to do her social duty, or of making others feel that she has no interest in them.

  • Dater
  • Cutter
  • At their head, among other acquaintances, came teuker, the gem-cutter, the younger brother of pollux.

  • Dodger
  • Morning broke on a thoroughly drenched and unhappy company; but a little rum and water, with a corn-dodger and the rising sun, soon stirred us, and with a fair wind we made a good day's run,-some thirty-five miles.

  • Deader
  • Art Move
  • Be Witching
  • Dagger
  • There was a man coming at me from behind with a dagger, and the two other fellows were behind him.

  • Digger
  • But look at the grave-digger; he looks to me as if he was a diggin' of his own grave in rael right down airnest.

  • Daggers
  • Darker
  • Tater
  • Afroamerican
  • Be Victim
  • Doughtier
  • Doter
  • Taunter
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