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Possible correct spellings for decdember
- camber "That is so, Mr. Camber," I replied, cheerily.
- clamber When forced to quit the sand, we were condemned to drag through morasses, or to clamber over rocks, unrefreshed by streams, and unmarked by diversity.
- climber "There is hardly a more elegant variety than that, though it is not strictly a climber; and, indeed, when I spoke, I was thinking as much of the training roses.
- cucumber "She looks white, but she can't make me think that she's frightened as long as she sits there in her rocking-chair as cool as a cucumber.
- cumber I. R. R. For notices of John a Cumber, see our Fourth Volume passim.
- decadence If the gradual decadence after the Renaissance was deplorable, it was well that a Rubens rose in vigour to set a new and vital copy.
- december On the 10th of December, 1842, our dear little baby boy was born.
- dismember The fine streamers into which the paddles and gills are divided are too delicate to have existence in any but a water creature, and the least attempt to lift the animal from its element would only tear and dismember it, so I leave it in the pool to await the return of the tide.
- distemper 259. Pacchiarotto, and how he worked in Distemper; with other Poems, vol.
- Declaimer Nay, even in Speaking, there may be a concealed kind of music:-not like the whining epilogue of a Phrygian or a Carian declaimer, but such as was intended by Aeschines, and Demosthenes, when the one upbraids and reproaches the other with the artificial modulations of his voice.
- Comber 'Who hath desired the Sea-the sight of salt-water unbounded? The heave and the halt and the hurl and the crash of the comber wind-hounded? The sleek-barrelled swell before storm-gray, foamless, enormous, and growing? Stark calm on the lap of the Line-or the crazy-eyed hurricane blowing? His Sea in no showing the same-his Sea and the same 'neath all showing- His Sea that his being fulfils? So and no otherwise-so and no otherwise Hill-men desire their Hills!'
- Desdemona Othello menaces, Desdemona shrinks; Nora asserts her right, Hilmar his claim; L'Aiglon vaunts his inherited personality, Metternich-holds the candle to the mirror!
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