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How to spell DERAY correctly?

If you are looking for correct suggestions for the misspelling "deray", consider the following options: "decaf", "decay", "derby" or "delay". These alternatives might be more accurate depending on the intended word or context. Double-checking spellings is always essential to ensure clear and effective communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell deray correctly

  • betray I never thought my best friend would betray me like this.
  • day I love spending my Sundays relaxing and enjoying the beautiful day outside.
  • DEA
  • dear
  • dearly
  • deary " Deary, could you please pass me the salt?
  • Debra She is a Debra.
  • decay The old tree in the backyard is beginning to decay due to age and disease.
  • decry Many critics decry the increasing commercialization of Christmas.
  • defray I will defray the cost of your travel.
  • delay I'm going to have to delay my trip until the traffic clears up.
  • derail She was trying to derail the conversation but I wasn't having it.
  • derby She always loved playing in the Derby.
  • dewy The flowers looked fresh and dewy after the rain.
  • Dora Dora was born on July 17th.
  • dory My dad caught a dory while fishing.
  • drab The classroom looked drab with its beige walls and old furniture.
  • drag I had to drag my suitcase up the stairs to my apartment.
  • dram The bartender poured a dram of scotch into my glass.
  • DRAT "Oh drat! I just spilled my coffee on my shirt.
  • draw Can we draw the curtains?
  • dray The dray pulled by two horses carried barrels of beer to the local pub.
  • drays The delivery company used heavy drays to transport goods from the warehouse to the docks.
  • dry Her hands were dry and cracked from being out in the sun all day.
  • era The era of disco was popular in the 1970s.
  • ray Tommy can see the light from the ray that's shining down on them.
  • terry Terry is excited to start his new job.
  • tray Can you please bring me a tray to carry these drinks on?

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