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Correct spelling for DIDE
We think the word dide 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 dide
There was a slight movement then in the upper balcony, an opening of the glass door, and a suppressed whisper ran through the crowd, as alice came out and stood by the colonel's aide.
"i can't bide home.
That i may die!
12,754. why did you go to skerries?
But the bully was not inclined to lose what looked like an opportunity to make capital as a "bad man" at the expense of a harmless "dude" in a fringed buckskin suit.
I want the dice and the box for casting lots.
In a diode, the anode is the positive terminal at the tail of the arrow symbol (flat side of the triangle), where current flows into the device.
Oh, dire was the curse he invoked on his soul, then gave his last mite for a draught of the bowl!
Sog-chafka remained bent, powerful thighs driving as his toes dug into the mat in a pounding, hurtling running dive, head down, hands reaching.
As he did so his face grew dark, and the light of joy died out of his eyes.
Nor dine with me, i doubt.
"thank you," said philo gubb, taking the dime novel.
He noticed in the two stories that helen did not go very reluctantly, for she was laughing slyly and roguishly; but the fair dido was shown dropping tears the size of walnuts from her eyes.