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Correct spelling for DER
We think the word der is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for der
16 he gave thee understanding pure, imparted to thee memory, free will is thine, that so thou mayest e'er endure with purpose sure, knowing that he has fashioned thee to be divine.
Den i'm wait for de snow.
But in this night, her husband had followed up her severest condemnation by passionately embracing the wrong-doer.
I assure you that, fresh as she was from the air and dew, she saluted us amidst the sentiment of our sisterly meeting just in this way-it was almost her first exclamation-'what a very disagreeable smell there is here!
At deer island there is a paid chaplain, and although his duties do not call him to the almshouse, he sometimes goes over.
Mr. dyer, said the young girl firmly, even while tears were in her eyes.
Judge wilson, of pennsylvania, one of the framers of the constitution, said, in the pennsylvania convention of '87, deb.
Heaven was all darkened o'er at that dread moment.
Decimated as they were, enough of the enemy got through.
You mean since the-er-divorce?
The choice fell on dr. antommarchi, a young surgeon, who was accordingly sent to st. helena in company with two catholic priests, the abbes buonavita and vignale, and two domestics, in compliance with the wish of napoleon to that effect.
"then i wish you would-" "tell me, dear!"
It is quite different at point de galle to-day.