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How to spell DOUCE correctly?

If you've accidentally misspelled "douce", fear not! The correct spelling for this word is "douse", which means to drench or soak. Alternatively, you may have intended to type "douce", a term used to describe something sweet or gentle. Double-check your context to ensure you're using the appropriate term!

List of suggestions on how to spell douce correctly

  • adduce The lawyer attempted to adduce new evidence to support their case.
  • dace I caught a dace while fishing in the river.
  • dance
  • deduce From the clues given, I can deduce that the suspect entered the building through the back door.
  • deice The airport staff used a large truck with a special attachment to deice the wings of the plane before takeoff.
  • deuce After battling for hours, they finally entered the deuce point.
  • deuces I play poker and when I'm losing, I tend to say deuces as a way of saying goodbye.
  • dice I'll roll some dice to see what I win.
  • doc I need to get my doc to sign this form before I can submit it to HR.
  • dock I need a dock for my new laptop.
  • DOCS I need to update the DOCS before submitting the report.
  • doe The doe and her fawn scampered away into the forest.
  • doge Doge is a term often used to refer to the Shiba Inu doge meme.
  • dole The government will dole out financial aid to those affected by the pandemic.
  • dome Within the dome, the sun blazed down upon the city.
  • done This shirt is ready to be done.
  • dose I'm going to take a dose of ibuprofen.
  • dote She would always dote on her son, no matter how old he became.
  • Douay The Douay Bible is the Catholic Bible.
  • douches
  • Doug Doug is my neighbor and he's really friendly.
  • dough
  • dour No matter how dour the weather is outside, my family and I always enjoy a big festive feast inside.
  • douse I was about to douse the flames with some water when I noticed the gas line was gasping for air!
  • Doused The firefighters doused the flames with water to prevent further damage to the building.
  • douses He douses the fire before leaving the campsite.
  • dove Dove finds its way back to the nest.
  • dowse The witch used a stick to dowse for water in the dry ground.
  • doze After lunch, he would often doze off at his desk for a few minutes.
  • duck
  • dude
  • due
  • duke Prince Edward is the Duke of Kent.
  • dunce The teacher thought I was a dunce when I failed the math test.
  • dune The hot desert wind swept sand over the dune, carrying with it the sound of silence.
  • dupe The scammer managed to dupe the elderly woman out of her life savings.
  • duse
  • educe The analyst tried to educe the meaning behind the client's words during the therapy session.
  • luce
  • puce That shirt is really loud and it makes me look like a total puce.
  • source
  • touche She gave him a merry touche on the shoulder.
  • truce We asked for a truce in the argument.

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