Correct spelling for DIZZLED
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Possible correct spellings for dizzled
- dazzle It seemed all boyish dazzle that he had ever found loveliness in this place.
- dazzled But the complete vindication of the fact that Balaustion and Mrs. Browning and our own women of to-day are on the right side in their appreciation of Euripides as the great woman's poet of antiquity is found in the opinion of our contemporary critic, Gilbert Murray, who more than thirty years after these poems were written writes of the wonderful women-studies by which Euripides dazzled and aggrieved his contemporaries.
- Dialed Then he dialed Police Headquarters.
- Dizzied The long room was ceaselessly thundering with metallic sound; the air was thick with the smell of oil; the floor trembled perpetually; everything was implacably in motion-nowhere was there a rest for the dizzied eye.
- Drizzled Top heavy, one sided, too wide or too high for the doors; and even with the best of luck, a good percentage has drizzled in the wake of the wagon over the lot to the barn.
- Fizzled He struck one; it ignited with a spluttering noise which seemed to him to resemble the explosion of a dynamite cartridge, fizzled, then went out.
- Sizzled Taxicabs and motors raced and spun and backed and turned; they churned, sizzled, spluttered, and foamed-scattering light.
- dazzler The Cruise of the Dazzler, 1902.
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