Correct spelling for DODWN

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Possible correct spellings for dodwn

  • dad We're very poor, dad and I." "Were poor.
  • dawn It was the false dawn.
  • ddt For example, the diving headbutt was invented when Harley Race botched a splash from the top rope, Jake "The Snake" Roberts claims to have invented the DDT when he was accidentally tripped by his opponent while applying a front facelock, and Toshiaki Kawada inadvertently invented the Ganso bomb, one of the most dangerous moves in wrestling, after he failed to execute a powerbomb on Mitsuharu Misawa and instead dropped his head.
  • deaden He covered up the face, and, returning to the shed, placed his coat against the boards to deaden the sound, and hammered them tight again with a stone, after having straightened the grass about.
  • den His little drawing-room, which he had furnished as a smoking-den, was charming.
  • din "And Annie's," said Jane, raising her voice above the din.
  • diode Bandgap voltage reference Condensed matter physics Direct and indirect bandgaps Electrical conduction Electron hole Field-effect transistor Light-emitting diode Photodiode Photoresistor Photovoltaics Solar cell Solid state physics Semiconductor Semiconductor devices Strongly correlated material Valence band
  • disown The King of Piedmont, whilst he publicly disowned the filibuster, as he had affected to disown him in Sicily, held an army in reserve for his support.
  • dod [Note 98: achmusan NBM a cu dod ledrad N do congabail M drochscel lat immach L]
  • dodging "No dodging now, Blakey.
  • dodo And Dodo was furious because, whenever Lady Dauntrey entertained, the servants were so busy that she had to make her own bed, or see it lie tumbled just as she had got out of it, until evening.
  • don You mustn't think he is a typical Don: he is quite one of our brightest flowers."
  • done "It's got to be done.
  • donna I have almost quarrelled with Fanny for having revealed to her that the Holy Father repeated his benediction in Chapel Sixtine, with a singing master, like a prima donna...."
  • donne Malone and Donne, but the slices of sponge-cake and glasses of cowslip or primrose wine she had at different times administered to Sweeting, when he came to see her in her little cottage, were ever offered with sentiments of truly motherly regard.
  • dot Then Mary woke Betty and Peggy and little Dot.
  • doting In the mean time, his doting mother had supplied him with funds out of all proportion to his tender years.
  • dowdy Even at an Ermetyne dinner she couldn't actually look dowdy in it.
  • down It just wouldn't go down, that's all.
  • downed Evans had held on to his mine when he had found it, and he had downed the rivals who had tried to take it away from him, and he had bought the railroads who had tried to crush him-and now he had come to Wall Street to fight the men who had tried to ruin his railroads.
  • downer SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in general assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by authority of the same; That as soon as the consent of the government of the United States shall have been obtained, as hereinafter provided, WILLIAM F. COPLAN, DAVID DOWNER, of Fayette county, STEPHEN HILL, BENJAMIN ANDERSON, of Washington county, and THOMAS ENDSLEY, of Smithfield, Somerset county, shall be, and they are hereby appointed commissioners, a majority of whom shall be sufficient to transact business, who shall hold their offices for three years after the passage of this act, after which the right of appointing said commissioners shall vest in the governor of this commonwealth, to build toll houses, and erect toll gates at suitable distances on so much of the Cumberland Road as lies within the State of Pennsylvania; Provided, that if any one or more of the commissioners should die, resign, or refuse to serve, the Governor shall appoint one or more other commissioners to fill the vacancies so happening; And provided, also, that nothing herein contained shall be construed to prevent the Governor from re-appointing the commissioners named in this act, if he thinks proper.
  • downy Of what use to the young leaves is the downy covering?
  • doyen Mostly these tombs are ordinary enough, those of Archbishop Berthould of Henneberg and of the doyen of the chapter being alone remarkable.
  • dozen No, lad, we must have half a dozen hours before us.
  • drawn The blinds were all drawn down.
  • drown Drown an aga, indeed!"
  • dud Even Brother Bart was argued by the two old salts out of his "nervousness," and laddie was allowed to boat and fish and swim in safe waters under Dan's care; while Jim and Dud looked out for themselves, as such big fellows should.
  • dun Early Yellow, Early Black, and Quaker, or dun-colored, are also early and good.
  • odin
  • rodin
  • sodden
  • tod
  • ton
  • town
  • Dan Will you-" "I sure will," broke in Dan, dropping his book, rising and snatching at his cap.
  • Did Jack, why did you do it?"
  • Doing What is it doing?
  • Deon Chevalier (film), a 2015 Greek film Chevalier: Le Chevalier DEon, a 2005 anime and manga Chevalier Michael, a 1992 Indian Malayalam film Hotel Chevalier, an American-French short film written and directed by Wes Anderson, 2007 a term used to describe some characters in the anime and manga series Blood+
  • Dion Any spot that she could share with Dion was welcome.
  • Dona There is an old tag of Virgil's for instance: 'Timeo Danaos et dona ferentes'.
  • Donn Dick Barber (1910–1983), American long jumper Dominic Barber (1955–2003), English theatre director Dominique Barber (born 1986), American football player Don Barber (born 1964), Canadian-born ice hockey player Donn Barber (1871–1925), American architect Douglas Barber, Canadian businessman
  • Donny Donny Baldwin grew up in Palo Alto, California.
  • dodos "The dodos, with their round sterns, (for they were well fattened,) were also obliged to turn tail; everything that could move was in a bustle; and the fish, which had lived in peace for many a year, were pursued into the deepest water-pools....
  • Dodson "I wish you could have heard the song-drama before you went," mourned Aldora Dodson.
  • duodena
  • don't Don't be afeered o' wrenchin' my wris'!
  • didn't I didn't walk all th' way.

9 words made from the letters dodwn

3 letter words made from dodwn:

don, nod, dod, odd, own, now, won.

4 letter words made from dodwn:

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