Correct spelling for DIHORREA
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Possible correct spellings for dihorrea
- adhere Does the Russian adhere to his religion, which I admit, if carried out, is as good as ours?
- dahomey The true importance and status of the snake in Dahomey is a thing hard to fix.
- demurrer This was by filing a paper called a "demurrer," in which the particular objections were set out, unless, as was frequently the case, they were so fundamental as to be apparent at the first glance.
- dhow On this flimsy pretext they might therefore find a dhow full of blacks, and yet not be able to capture her.
- disarray Even in the midst of her surprise and disarray at the extraordinary thing she had just heard, Mrs. Guthrie blushed so deeply that Mr. Reynolds noticed it, and felt rather puzzled.
- dory She had yet to learn that "man of the world" means man of a very small and insignificant world, while Dory Hargrave had been born a citizen of the big world, the real world-one who understands human beings, because his sympathies are broad as human nature itself, and his eyes clear of the scales of pretense.
- hare "The hare had only time to leap out of her form, and the second spring of the lynx brought him right upon the top of her.
- hera Hera flew to the scene and tore the bridal veil, when, discovering the trick, she laughed, and was reconciled to her husband.
- here You've come here-for what?
- herr To Herr von Zigesar also I ask you to express my most cordial thanks for the very kind manner in which he has received and replied to my last communication.
- hooray The offices lay round a corner close by, and as we drew up in front of them a crowd of tattered urchins interrupted their diversions in the sodden road to celebrate our glorious arrival by unanimously yelling at the top of their strident and hoarse voices: Hooray!
- horror Then for the first time he appeared to observe Master Harry, who, indeed, must have been standing, the perfect picture of horror and dismay.
- hurrah When they appeared it was supposed they had come for the purpose of opening the gates, and they were accordingly saluted with a general hurrah!
- hydra Others have appeared elsewhere from time to time, but as they are not now recognized as being genuine, and the said apostle not being hydra-headed, it is possible that there will be those who will choose to throw the weight of their opinions in favour of the claim of Amiens.
- lahore Almost all the women and children of the garrisons lying to the north-west of Lahore had fled here at the advance of the troops.
- o'hara A joke's a joke, but you shouldn't have done this, O'Hara!
- tore But a moment's glance at the writing showed him he was wrong, and he tore the envelope with little interest in his face.
- Diarrhea On his vacations, when eating unusual things, drinking unaccustomed water, exposed to changes of temperature, all the factors that give many people diarrhea, he was perfectly regular because the worries had been lifted from his mind.
- Deirdre He passed his last few months of life trying to finish his play of Deirdre and writing some of his few poems.
- Dora Dora, will you hear me?
- Debora Debora must have changed her costume swiftly, for she was among the first to leave the theatre, and twice escaped without being detained by any.
- dearer She wept over this refinement on delicacy, and "loved him dearer for his mystery."
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Misspelling of the day
- a far cry from