Correct spelling for DED

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Possible correct spellings for ded

  • bed They are gone to bed.
  • dad Want to come with me, Dad?
  • dd In order to give rigidity, the struts S1S2 of the trestles at the end and the braces DD on the front are "halved" where they overlap the legs and front so as to offer the resistance of a "shoulder" to any thrust.
  • de 6. Ordo de Tempore.
  • dead Oh, Sophonisba, she's dead!
  • deb Thence I to Unthanke's, and took my wife and Deb.
  • dec Dec 11. But more vigorous operations were not long postponed.
  • deed "I wrote you yesterday that I wished you to sign a deed which Mr. Elbridge would send out.
  • den Brime burst out into a monosyllabic half laugh, and then stopped short as Wimble was drawing back into his den to let them pass.
  • dew "How it grows and spreads under the dew of faith and the sunshine of righteousness.
  • dmd
  • dod
  • dud
  • dyed
  • ed
  • fed
  • led
  • med
  • qed
  • red
  • ted
  • wed
  • zed
  • Del "No doubt your worship is enchanted, like my lady Dulcinea del Toboso," said Sancho; "and would to heaven your disenchantment rested on my giving myself another three thousand and odd lashes like what I'm giving myself for her, for I'd lay them on without looking for anything."
  • Did "No, sir; I did not.
  • Died How, then, had he died, and where?
  • Ged
  • DVD
  • DEA DEA. STEPHEN HARRISON, to const himself L. M. 30.00
  • Dee I dinna think there's ane o' oor ain fowk wad dee ony mischeef, my lord, answered Malcolm; but whan ye keep open yett, ye canna be sure wha wins in, specially wi' sic a gowk as Johnny Bykes at ane o' them.
  • Jed
  • Ned
  • DEF FUL, adj. full, 1. 42, A 306, B 86; satiated, T. iii. 1661; Fulle, def. full, true, T. i. 1059; entire, 7. 116; T. i. 610; atte fulle, at the full, completely, 3. 899; T. i. 209; A 651, 3936, 4305.
  • DEM "Big Foot no forget dem," and he nodded his head suggestively.
  • DEG Then put a layer of the cabbage on the bottom, about half an inch thick-that is, on the carrots, turnips, and beets-place a like layer on the sides with a spoon; put the pieces of prairie-hen in the middle, cover with a layer of cabbage, and bake about fifteen minutes in an oven at about 350 deg.
  • he'd
  • we'd

2 words made from the letters ded

3 letter words made from ded:

edd, ded.

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