How to spell DIEASE correctly?

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  • dace It is a good bait for grayling, dace, roach, or chub.
  • daze I walk aimlessly, in a daze.
  • debase When I see one of these modern fools sit absorbed, holding the end of a telegraph wire in his hand, and reflect that a thousand miles away there is another fool hitched to the other end of it, it makes me frantic with rage; and then I am more implacably fixed and resolved than ever to continue taking twenty minutes to telegraph you what I might communicate in ten seconds by the new way if I would so debase myself.
  • decease Other honors, also, were paid him after his death; and amongst these they imposed a fine upon those who had engaged themselves to marry his daughters, and then when Lysander was found to be poor, after his decease, refused them; because when they thought him rich they had been observant of him, but now his poverty had proved him just and good, they forsook him.
  • deice I need to deice the .
  • dense
  • dias
  • dice
  • diesel In diesel engines, combustion takes place in the air/fuel mixture, rather than using a spark plug.
  • dis
  • disease My friends and I are sick of your flu bug.
  • diverse Many cultures are diverse, representing a wide range of interests and viewpoints.
  • dose I will take the dose of medicine at 9:00 PM tonight.
  • duse
  • ease I tried to ease her pain by telling her the story of my parents' divorce.
  • tease
  • teaser I promise to give you a teaser of what I have in store for our date tonight.
  • Dies
  • Does Do you have a working visa?
  • Ideas Philosophers have a lot of ideas.
  • ties
  • Diets
  • dears Won't you come in, you little dears?
  • TEAS
  • DUES She paid her dues at the office for years before she was promoted.

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