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Correct spelling for DANCY

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  • chancy Major Chancy Bush, Assistant to Major Garland, the Disbursing Agent, arrives with funds to make the annuity payments.
  • dace } Dace are the same as yours too; but neither are these so large nor plentiful, as with you.
  • dainty Now and then he found the stranger's tracks, and from them he knew that this stranger was doing just what he had been doing, seeking to find the beautiful newcomer with the dainty feet.
  • daisy Daisy Musgrave's answer was instant and very heartfelt.
  • dana "Brook Farm, June 6, 1846." In connection with this appeal, an editorial announced The Mission of Charles A. Dana.
  • dance 31 The Dance .
  • dancer As you know, I was a dancer at the Comedie Italienne, and I was the mistress of M. de Sauci, the ecclesiastical commissioner.
  • dandy Into this he noiselessly feels his way and Dandy follows.
  • dane Oh, Dane, she was glorious, but she was another man's wife.
  • dank And everything was dank and weedy and splotched with mildew and with mold.
  • deny Even Boardman can't deny that.
  • dingy He came from behind the desk and picked up Philo Gubb's telescope valise and led the way up the dingy stairway.
  • dunce
  • fancy
  • nancy
  • taney
  • tansy
  • Dan "Part of it," grinned Dan.
  • Danced She danced very well, but when we had done she was obliged to throw herself in a chair.
  • Dang "Well then, dinna forget to speer at the Aberdeenians if it be true they ance kidnappet little laddies, and selt them for slaves; that they dang down the Quaker's kirkyard dyke, and houket up dead Quakers out o' their graves; that the young boys at the college printed a buke, and maist naebody wad buy it, and they cam out to Ury, near Stonehaven, and took twelve stots frae Davie Barclay to pay the printer.
  • Darcy Lord Darcy is the kindest of friends, and I have always a welcome at his house.
  • Danae The amour with Danae, when Zeus became a shower of gold, might be interpreted as a myth of the yellow sunshine.
  • Danny Happy Jack looked at Danny Meadow Mouse.
  • Denny John, 85. Denny, Geo.
  • Donny
  • deans The roll of deans contains such names as those of John Owen, the most famous of Puritan preachers, John Fell, theologian and founder of the greatness of the Oxford Press, Henry Aldrich, universally accomplished as scholar, logician, musician, architect, Francis Atterbury, Jacobite and plotter, Cyril Jackson, who ruled Christ Church with a rod of iron, and who ranks first among the creators of nineteenth-century Oxford, Thomas Gaisford and Henry George Liddell, great Greek scholars.
  • dawns After a while the truth dawns on him.
  • darns The woman left them standing for a minute on the back porch, and then came out to them, bearing a cake of soap, a towel, and a pair of overalls and shirt, which, although immaculately clean, bore many patches and darns, and were deeply creased, as though they had been laid away a long time.
  • DINS
  • DUNS
  • ENCY
  • DANES During the last forty years of the tenth century the Danes lived in Ireland as though they belonged to the soil.
  • DENS Even the chirp of a little cricket would send them all scampering to their dens.
  • DNA'S
  • DONS
  • TANS
  • dances What a shame it is there are other dances than waltzes."
  • Denny's Ralph wondered if there was any real basis to Denny's intimation.
  • dis-positioned

13 words made from the letters dancy

4 letter words made from dancy:

nayd, cyan, ancy, dayn.

3 letter words made from dancy:

cad, nad, any, day, dna, can, nay, cay.

5 letter words made from dancy:

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