How to spell DEY correctly?

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  • bey Mahomet Bey, said the veritable history, was the result of this illustrious alliance.
  • day I'll look you up another day.
  • de There is a certain Monsieur Cabouat de Hauterive whom I have in my eye for Stella.
  • deb Up, and all the morning at the office, and at home at dinner, where, after dinner, my wife and I and Deb.
  • dec " Decidedly, under your present conditions.
  • defy Now I defy life to get the better of me.
  • den Suddenly I remembered the words I had overheard at the window of the den.
  • deny They did not deny or contradict one statement I made, although so very hard upon them both.
  • dew As we were in haste, these Christian people kindly appointed a meeting for worship, to be held the same evening, to receive our visit, which, through divine mercy, proved like a refreshing brook by the way: the Saviour's presence being over us, his doctrine dropped like dew on the thirsty ground."
  • dewy Then she took her bright milk-pail on her head, and her three-legged stool in her hand, and called her little dog Trusty, and tripped over the dewy grass to the stile that led to the field where the cows fed.
  • dry R59860. High and dry.
  • dy "Allan Dy came along with my mail.
  • fey But just now, for these few moments only perhaps, Rose Otway was "fey"; she seemed to know that to-day was her cathedral marriage day, and that an invisible choir was singing her epithalamium.
  • key After leaving Helsingfors we next come upon Cronstadt, formed by a series of low islands about five miles long by one broad, which are important only as fortifications and as being the acknowledged key of St. Petersburg, forming also the chief naval station of the great empire.
  • Del The remainder of the ride carried us through scenery very similar to what we had already passed; the only difference was, that the nearer we approached to Ponto del Gada the more frequent became the spots of cultivation, the width and smoothness of the road improving in proportion; till at last, when we had attained the brow of an eminence, from whence the town with its port and bay were distinguishable, we looked down upon an extensive valley, richly covered with fields of standing corn.
  • Hey "I was just in my beauty sleep, and this calling me up is the heigh-hey-ho-ha-hum!
  • DEA Two things are certain from the narrative of the sequel to this marriage: Aurelia continued to maintain the position of domina in the house of her son, for it was she who had charge of the ceremonies of the Bona Dea which Clodius interrupted by his intrusion; and the inferences are all against the innocence of Pompeia, for, had she been faithful, Clodius would not have ventured into the house at such a time.
  • Dee The Dee is a river of Scotland, noted for its salmon fisheries.
  • DEF thalighte = thee alighte, the two words being run into one. Such agglutination is more common when the def. art. occurs, or with the word to; cf. Texpounden in B. 1716.
  • DEM "Ah donno, sah, Ah didn' saw dem, othahwise Ah could identify de pussons.
  • DEG No. 2 " " " " " 37 deg.

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