Correct spelling for DANY
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Possible correct spellings for dany
- any Was any one here?"
- dana When Webster delivered his eulogy upon Adams and Jefferson in Faneuil Hall, Emerson was teaching in Cambridge, and Richard H. Dana, Jun, was one of his pupils.
- dandy "Ah," said I, "I am perhaps less ignorant than I affect to be: it is now my object to be a dandy; hereafter I may aspire to be an orator-a wit, a scholar, or a Vincent.
- dane No one could possibly mistake the dead face of that poor Dane for the dead face of Lord Harry.
- dank The western wind was wild and dank with foam, And all alone went she.
- davy "They are both as dead," says he, "as Davy Jones, and, whoever you be, I protest that you have done your business the most completest that I ever saw in all of my life."
- day And that is why I came here to-day.
- deny I don't know why I should deny myself a friend, just because that friend happens to be a man, and I happen to be-married.
- many There are so many people."
- zany Without his protection the poor Goose Man is to be sure your buffoon, your zany, your clown.
- Dan "Now then, Dan, give the horse some water, and let him rest while you get something to eat.
- Dang A more plausible derivation is from the Persian dang, a hill, the Dangis being thus hillmen; and they may not improbably have been a set of robbers and freebooters in the Vindhyan Hills, like the Gujars and Mewatis in northern India, naturally recruiting their band from all classes of the population, as is shown by ingenious implication in this story itself.
- Danny Danny boy, have you heard any talk against me today?
7 words made from the letters dany
Misspelling of the day
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