How to spell DOOWOON correctly?

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  • damon Then let me remain in my lonely retreat; My shepherd departed I never shall meet- Here's Billy O'Bluster-I love him as well, And Damon may stay at the river Sorel.
  • darwin The theory of tidal evolution, which in the hands of Professor Darwin has taught us so much with regard to the past history of the systems of satellites in the solar system, will doubtless also, as pointed out by Dr. See, be found to account for the highly eccentric orbits of double star systems.
  • dawn O youth and dawn .
  • dawson What sort of ground have we ahead, Dawson?"
  • demon He acted more like a demon than a human being.
  • devon The most Roman thing in England I call them; and indeed this "noble range of mountains" has not the obvious antiquity of the Welsh mountains or the Mendip Hills, nor the tragic aspect as of something as old as time, as old as the world itself, of the dark and sea-torn cliffs of Cornwall, or the wild and desolate uplands of Somerset and Devon.
  • dijon But Francis was still at Dijon; and Metternich and Castlereagh did not reach Paris until April 10th; so that everything in these important days was decided by the Czar and Talleyrand, both of them irreconcilable foes of Napoleon.
  • disown It is the more necessary to make this remark, because not a few who embrace the latter doctrine affect to disown the former, and seek to keep it out of view.
  • domino I should have been bored to tears if you hadn't come without a domino.
  • doorman The doorman was called downstairs just then to the telegraph office.
  • doorway Steve appeared in the doorway.
  • dowel The door had been sealed with plumbing tape and the dowel was used to pry the tape off.
  • dower
  • down
  • downer It was a bit of a downer to hear the news.
  • downing The plane came down in a field.
  • downy The downy Woodpecker was just picking its way through the dried leaves.
  • dowsing I was dowsing for water when I found the stream.
  • doyen
  • dozen
  • drawn She was drawn to the dark side of the moon.
  • drown The sun was sinking, and the sky was starting to turn a deep orange.
  • iowan They eat a lot of corn in the state of Iowa.
  • owen
  • rowan A rowan tree stands tall and sturdy in the forest.
  • swoon
  • sworn
  • town
  • wooden
  • worn I wear my old dress to church every Sunday.
  • Dooming He committed will-forgery, and of course although the amount was small, still it was a great crime, but I think there might be other methods found for punishing such crimes than dooming the man who commits them to perpetual slavery.
  • Bowen There has been no hint of violence thus far; but, mark my words, Bowen, unless we are rescued within the next forty-eight hours this boat will become the scene of a ghastly tragedy.
  • Dyson
  • Goodwin
  • voodooing The dark witch was voodooing before her dark ritual.
  • Wooten I'm Wooten!
  • outworn After months of use, the shoe was showing signs of wear.
  • doormen The doormen were so rude.
  • doggone Doggone that black streak!

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