Correct spelling for DICUSSE
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Possible correct spellings for dicusse
- curse It is a curse to that woman upstairs.
- cuss I don't mind its huskin' my voice, for there is no one to talk to, but cuss it, it has softened my bones.
- dice I am sure the dice were loaded, but I am equally sure, from all I know of Eustasio, that the next time he makes that journey, he will have some loaded dice himself.
- diffuse The osmotic pressure of a solution is the force with which the molecules of the solute, like gaseous molecules, strive to diffuse into space, and press on the limits which confine them, the containing vessel being represented by the surfaces of the solution.
- digs He digs a burrow with several entrances and his food consists largely of Pocket Mice, Kangaroo Rats, Ground squirrels and such other small animals as are found in that part of the country.
- diocese On his death, Queen Mary gave the diocese to John White, the same who preached to Elizabeth on a living dog being better than a dead lion.
- discourse With him, too, I had much discourse.
73 words made from the letters dicusse
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- having recourse
- not do
- serious moneys
- serious monies
- sip ends