Correct spelling for DISESE
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Possible correct spellings for disese
- diesel There was a Diesel running somewhere, and a man stood and stared skyward and made motions with his hands, and the Diesel adjusted its running to his signals.
- diocese Well, well, that is strange; sure he is the priest of this country for twelve miles in every direction of you, and a better man, and a pleasanter, there does not live in the diocese; though I'm his cousin that says it."
- disease He said he had a disease, and gave me a history of it.
- diseased Diseased vanity, disappointed ambition, and deliberate place-hunting have more to do with that kind of thing than devotion to principle.
- disperse None were more anxious than Lincoln and Stanton to capture Richmond, to disperse the rebels, and to restore the Union.
- dispose It may express the sense of the House, but it does not necessarily dispose of the measure.
- disuse The sole cause recognized is that of direct adaptation of constitution to conditions consequent on inheritance of the modifications of structure resulting from use and disuse.
- disused "You can't take him back and leave him there," said Clovis; "the highway is meant for traffic, not to be used as a lumber-room for disused miracles."
- Daisies But I like daisies, too; I don't want any of these things destroyed."
- Dies The white man dies hard."
- Diseases Tobacco was supposed in those days to be "good for" a surprising variety of ailments and diseases; but to explore that little section of popular medicine would be foreign to my purpose.
- doses We got the same doses.
- DISCS The two discs were perfectly rounded and separately discernible until they touched.
- dishes As soon as she heard I was interested she said she would show me some of their dishes, and Dr. Berry's sister is so good in letting me go down into the kitchen to learn.
29 words made from the letters disese
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