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How to spell DOWNE correctly?

If you accidentally misspelled "downe", there are a few correct suggestions that you can consider. One option is to change it to "down", indicating movement from a higher to a lower position. Another possibility is "done", indicating completion. Lastly, you can correct it to "downtime", referring to a period of inactivity or relaxation.

List of suggestions on how to spell downe correctly

  • dane I met a lovely Great Dane at the park today.
  • dawn I wake up at dawn every day to start my morning routine.
  • Diane Diane is a talented artist who has exhibited her works in galleries all over the world.
  • dine
  • Dionne Dionne Warwick is a well-known singer and actress.
  • Doing
  • don I don't think I can don this dress anymore as it's too small for me.
  • Dona Dona is a Spanish honorific title used to address a respected or notable woman.
  • done
  • Donn " Donn is a talented musician who plays multiple instruments.
  • donna Donna is my neighbor and best friend.
  • donne "Il donne du pain aux oiseaux dans le parc tous les matins." (He feeds bread to the birds in the park every morning.
  • Donner "Just pass the Donner kebab over here please," said John as he reached across the table.
  • Donnie Donnie did not want to go to the party after his long day at work.
  • Donny Donny is throwing a birthday party for his son this weekend.
  • down He felt down after his team lost the game.
  • downed The power lines were downed after the storm hit, causing a blackout in the entire neighborhood.
  • downer The news she received was such a downer that it ruined her entire day.
  • downier I would rather go to a downier movie than one with happy endings.
  • Downs The Downs is a natural area that is located in southeastern Connecticut.
  • downy Downy feathers are common on many birds.
  • dowse I was looking for my keys and halfway through my search I dowse my fingers inside my pocket and felt them grip my phone
  • Duane Duane is a talented musician who can play multiple instruments.
  • dune
  • Dunne Dunne was a name derived from the Irish Gaelic name Ó Donnchadha.
  • tone In order to get the tone of the book right, they discussed the plot over Skype.
  • tonne I can only lift a tonne of luggage.
  • town We decided to stay in town for dinner.
  • townee
  • townie The townie didn't know how to party.

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