How to spell DUGTER correctly?

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  • cater Millions of happy pussies fall Into oblivion; still you call From the top of your ancient cater-wall, Call on the centuries to concur In praise of Tabby the Mariner, Who discovered the Catskills, named for her.
  • cute There was a cute little girl at Serene."
  • cutter The wood-cutter only laughed the more, and at last, losing patience, he beat him and drove him away.
  • dagger I have my dagger, and if I see that evil is intended me I will not wait until they lay hands on me, for then my blow might fail, but will make sure.
  • darter But now come, let us launch a sable ship into the boundless sea, and let us collect into it rowers in sufficient number, and place on board a hecatomb; and let us make the fair-cheeked daughter of Chryses to embark, and let some one noble man be commander, Ajax or Idomeneus, or divine Ulysses; or thyself, son of Peleus, most terrible of all men, that thou mayest appease for us the Far-darter, having offered sacrifices.
  • date One thoroughly up-to-date magazine also is helpful.
  • daughter Warren had a passion for Sansuta, the daughter of Oluski.
  • deter But the decline in his estimation of Mr. Marston's importance did not deter him from going that night with three of his fellow-waiters to sing for that gentleman.
  • dexter The case came to hearing and solemn argument; and he who espoused their cause, and stood up for them against the validity of the embargo act, was none other than that great man, of whom the gentleman has made honorable mention, Samuel Dexter.
  • digger Shame on the miser with unused riches, Who robs the toiler to swell his hoard, Who beats down the wage of the digger of ditches, And steals the bread from the poor man's board!
  • doctor Doctors are important people in our lives.
  • dodger In baseball, a dodger is a player who streaks away from the batter, usually to third base on a sacrifice bunt
  • doge
  • dogged
  • dogie I love my dogie but he barks too much.
  • dote She doted on her nephew every day.
  • doubter
  • drugged
  • duct
  • dude I know this dude that can tattoo stuff like no one else.
  • duet
  • dug
  • dugout The team dugout was right in front of our seats.
  • duke
  • dust The dusty room was full of the smell of old books.
  • duster
  • duty You have a duty to your family.
  • duvet Hopefully we'll be able to get a good night's sleep under the duvet tonight.
  • gutter I threw away my trash in the gutter.
  • jute
  • quarter I passed by her house on my way to the grocery store, and I saw that she had moved and now lived in a
  • quite
  • quitter
  • quote I refuse to be quoted in this ridiculous article.
  • tater I forgot the potatoes to make the tater tot casserole.
  • tiger
  • tutor
  • Dater
  • Dieter He refused to give up his Dieter position.
  • Doter Doter is a digital currency that rewards people for participating in its network.
  • Ducked
  • Dunged After a long day fishing, I was ready for some Dunged.
  • Gutted I am gutted that I didn't get that job.
  • Jutted Onto the jutted rocks, the kayakers shook their ropes.
  • Quieter The room became quieter after the noise stopped.
  • Quoted "A person who lives on a full stomach is a happy person." This quote is from Pablo Picasso.
  • Tighter She needs to tighten up her budget.
  • Tugged
  • ducts The air ducts were clogged with leaves and debris.
  • GTE By the end of the year, General Electric will have a 20% share of the global automotive market.
  • duckier I've never seen a duckier bird.
  • tauter She needs to get back to being more tense.
  • defter
  • cuter
  • doughier She's a doughier than I am.
  • doughtier I was doughier at the end of the month than I was at the beginning.
  • dirtier

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