Correct spelling for 1DAY
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Possible correct spellings for 1day
- bay We crossed a broad bay and found the water quite rough.
- cay I shall die, for it is appointed Mamatay man aco, cay sugo man sa unto men one to die. Dios nga mamatay ang tao sa macausa da. The man died this morning, and Ang lalaqui namatay caniha sa his wife died also this buntag, ug ang asaoa nia caron afternoon.
- da 259, 260 Cascese, Santi da, ii.
- dab I showed it to Stephen who was so infuriated at its contents that he managed to dab some ammonia with which he was treating his mosquito bites into his eye.
- dad Mostly to cut up Dad, I reckon, and not because I wanted to particular.
- dag Amanda Bergman (born 1987), Swedish musician Andrew Bergman (born 1945), American film director Anita Bergman, Canadian politician Bo Bergman (1869–1967), Swedish poet Borah Bergman (1926–2012), American pianist Cam Bergman (born 1983), Canadian lacrosse player Carl Johan Bergman (born 1978), Swedish biathlete Charlotte Bergman (1903–2002), Belgian art collector and philanthropist Christian Bergman (born 1988), American baseball player Dag Bergman (1914–1984), Swedish diplomat Daniel Bergman (born 1962), Swedish film director Dave Bergman (1953–2015), American baseball player David Bergman (born 1950), American writer David Bergman (born ca.
- dam This path led through the beech and maple woods to the farther end of the dam, where it divided, to the right if one wished to go to the mill yard, and across the dam if one wished to reach the house.
- dat An' whin he say' dat, de ghostes jes natchully vanish away, an' li'l' black Mose he proceed' up de paff.
- davy He secured the key of this, and then despatched Davy to the village, who soon roused Griffy Davis to whom he triumphantly announced the capture of the ghost, and speedily returned with several of the villagers, whom he assured should be well rewarded from the spoils of the smugglers.
- day I do not wish you to answer me either to-day, or to-morrow, or on any fixed day.
- days The days that had gone so slowly went quickly enough now.
- dray A dray was accordingly lined with sheep skins, and had a flannel tilt, as the nights were exceedingly cold, and he could not be moved to a fire.
- dry "And what must one do to dry your tears?
- dy d[phi] d[psi] d[phi] d[psi] u = - --- = - ---, v = - --- = ---, (5) dx dy dy dx'
- hay "I-I'm glad the hay was there, Sue.
- jay At once they were discovered by a blue jay, which picked out a nut at a time, flew away, held the nut between its toes, cracked it from the small end, and ate the contents.
- lay And Vanheimert shuddered where he lay in the sun.
- may The moves or leaps may be made in either direction that is at any time possible.
- nay Nay, who am I that I should know?
- pay Now I have a chance to pay them out.
- ray Why, Mr. Ray, how very well you look!
- say My mother had a notion that a boy should be punished only by his father; so, whenever she caught me in what she regarded as a serious transgression, she used to say: "You will get a good whipping for this, when your father comes home."
- way Was not this The Way?
- Dan He ain't two hundred yards when Dan Boggs is in the saddle an' ridin' hard.
- Fay But it was not a disappointment, for I knew Mrs. le Fay by reputation, and was not expecting anything pleasant.
- Dar It was evidently the girl's voice, uplifted in what seemed to be a fragment of some negro camp-meeting hymn:- " Dar was a poor man and his name it was Lazarum, Lord bress de Lamb-glory hallelugerum!
- Kay A man by the name of Peter Gafney fought a duel with his brother-in-law, whose name was Dr. Kay; the former, who was quite a marksman, was killed by the latter, who was considered a very poor one.
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