Correct spelling for DOANALD
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Possible correct spellings for doanald
- dandle "But there's no bridegroom to dandle his bonnet and plume," laughed Charley.
- Danced I've danced till I'm ready to drop."
- Dandled He, who in the course of his many amours had probably dandled hundreds of girls on his knees, who thought he knew women through and through, the tart and the sweet, the chaste and the coquette, the sensitive and the bold, the genuine and the flashy, those who confined their coy caresses to a man's hand and lower arm, and those who hung on men's lips biting and sucking them in a wild frenzy, he, the old voluptuary, to whom nothing feminine ought to have been strange, stood astounded, incredulous before this lovely marvel.
- Dangled Every spoke of the wheels blazed with red geraniums; there was a fringe of heather along the edge of the cart, while vegetables, huge marrows, turnips, carrots, and onions dangled from its sides, and the people inside sat under a nodding canopy of tall and splendid wheat, mixed with feathery barley.
- danged Danged if he wouldn't take her right into the jaws of the Dutch.
- bullions Others, again, according to Dr. Bullions, and possibly according to their own notion, find the grammatical subject, sometimes, if not generally, in the multiplying term only; as, perhaps, is the case with those who write or speak as follows: "If we say, 'Three times one are three,' we make 'times' the subject of the verb."
62 words made from the letters doanald
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6 letter words made from doanald:
adonal, loanda, adland, daland, doland, anadol, odland, anodal.
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