Correct spelling for DOO

We think the word doo is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word

Possible correct spellings for doo

  • Duo
  • 10, 83, 'visci duo fratres fuerunt optimi poetae et iudices critici.

  • Loo
  • "i was wrong ever to tell even you that, loo," he said in a low voice.

  • Coo
  • I must coo and kiss, while my toes are dancing on hot plates, to find her out.

  • Dow
  • "weel," said dow, "lat him sit there.

  • Don
  • When do you have to go back, don?

  • Dog
  • Maybe i should have got you a dog long ago.

  • Dos
  • Originally the three windows of the upper floor belonged to a large hall whose ceiling was like that of the sala dos cysnes.

  • Goo
  • Zober, lad, goo zober now, if thee wish to see thy moother.

  • Doe
  • Would not this ill, doe well?

  • Too
  • Slosson's been gettin' at him, too.

  • Dod
  • And then i took part of the cut-off piece for a seat, and painted the hull thing with black paint; and dod-rot me if ef i didn't hev a doctor's gig as rantankerous as you please!

  • Boo
  • His name was "shimmer-boo" and he was large.

  • Dot
  • "oh, and we saw your friend again, the one who came to tea," said miss dot, turning to louie.

  • Moo
  • From the cowhouse lowing came, more than of fifty milking times; moo and moo, and a turn-up noise at the end of every bellow, as if from the very heart of kine.

  • Do
  • It would never do to say so to sally, that was all!

  • Dob
  • Doom
  • There was a haggard fear in their eyes and they talked in low voices, as though discussing some doom that had come upon them.

  • Foo
  • "maybe not," said jack, "but why would they want to plant this foo-fighter idea?"

  • Woo
  • To catch a romantic view from the windows, to escape the sultry heat of midsummer, or woo the brief sunshine of december, above all to obtain perfect stillness, were the objects which seem to have dictated the plans of the roman architect.

  • Zoo
  • He had never "skipped" school before, but the zoo had him utterly.

  • Poo
  • You are a piece of poo I am better than you

    – Hurtin' Crue by descendents
  • Doc
  • How about you, doc?"

  • Door
  • And so saying, she turned towards the door.

  • Advantageousnesses
  • Doz
  • Dodo
  • Well, "jolly" as an adjective is as dead as the dodo, and if the letter had been written by her to-day, she, being what she was, would undoubtedly have used the word "ripping."