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Possible correct spellings for danse

  • dance Do you know one reason why I would not dance to-night?"
  • dancer You changed me, the queen of grace and beauty, the queen of the world, into a poor, hired dancer; with your rude soldiers and police you compelled me to fulfil a contract against which my soul revolted.
  • dane In little more than a month from that time, Sarah was married to William Dane; and not long afterwards it was known to the brethren in Lantern Yard that Silas Marner had departed from the town.
  • dante A week or two before, each had had to compose a letter purporting to be from Dante in exile to a friend in Florence, describing Paris as it was in his time, especially the manners and customs of its universities, ending by some allusion to the state of matters between the Guelphs and the Ghibellines.
  • dense He turned as he spoke, and darted off through the crowd, unusually dense at that moment because of the luncheon hour.
  • dunce Why should he be a dunce when I have taught him?
  • manse Is the young minister aye bidin' at the Manse?
  • tansy
  • tense
  • Danae DANAE opens her mouth as if to speak-the flames fall as she holds the bowl poised motionlessly.
  • Denise Mademoiselle Brun said nothing, but presently, when the driver paused to rest the horses, she descended from the carriage and walked with Denise.
  • deans 278. I dine at the "high table" with the reverend deans, and hobnob with professors.
  • dawns "Thar's a day dawns when Missis Rucker gets exasperated over Dave's ill-yoosage.
  • dines To-day I lunch with him, and meet Burne-Jones; to-night Browning dines with us.
  • darns The children tried in vain to stamp it out. They had to stand back and let it burn itself out. When the paraffin had burned away it was found that it had taken with it all the darns of Scotch heather-mixture fingering.
  • DINS
  • DUNS
  • DANES It was during the reign of Athelstan that the redoubtable Guy, Earl of Warwick, returning to England in the garb of a palmer from a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, found the Danes besieging Winchester in great force, and King Athelstan unable to find a champion willing to meet the Danish giant, Colbrand, in order to decide the issue by single combat.
  • DENS Her fancy pictured gruesome places, foul dens where the child sat-pale and worn and listless.
  • DNA'S
  • DONS
  • TANS
  • denser We went on for some time, gradually entering a denser part of the forest than we had yet reached.
  • dunes
  • dis-positioned

34 words made from the letters danse

3 letter words made from danse:

ane, dna, sea, sad, nad, ans, sen, den, des, ade, das, end.

4 letter words made from danse:

5 letter words made from danse:

sedna, ednas, andes, endas, densa, sedan, danse, senad, deans, saned.

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Sipends

  • de-canted
  • de-cay
  • having recourse
  • inter-positions
  • not do
  • pends
  • sends
  • serious moneys
  • serious monies
  • sip ends
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