Correct spelling for DUK

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Possible correct spellings for duk

  • auk Auk, 23:249-252. 1937. Bird studies at Old Cape May.
  • dub Yet I'd dub the ball only a few yards.
  • duck Oh, I am just a duck!
  • dud I heard the awful whine of a shell, which fell close by, and it was not a dud.
  • due Mrs. Anerton in due time wrote to thank her friend.
  • dug When they had the shallow trench dug for a few feet, one of the men put down his shovel and went to the pile of stones.
  • duke "Uncle Duke, if you won't listen to reason, you must listen to sense.
  • dun At last it grew thinner, somewhere over the bay; then you could see the smooth water through it; then it drifted off in ragged fringes before a light breeze: when you looked landward again it was all gone there, and seaward it had gathered itself in a low, dun bank along the horizon.
  • dunk Dinky- Dunk, by the way, is not back yet, and there's been no word from him.
  • duo For the present, Andrew, my son, keep snug in the nest under the shelter of our wings; in duo time, we will take you out to fly, and that where you will not return without a prey; and the short and the long of it is, that by and by you will lick your fingers after every theft."
  • dusk It was nearly dark, for Colville had arranged to approach the city and leave their horses at a stable at Meudon after dusk.
  • uk A native hunting for food has his eyes in constant motion and nothing escapes them; he sees a kangaroo-rat Sitting in a bush, and he walks towards it as if about to pass it carelessly, but suddenly, when on one side of it, he stamps on the bush with all his force, and crushes the little animal to death; should it be rapid enough in its movements to avoid this blow he hurls his dow-uk at it as it scampers off, and should he not hit it he runs after and tracks it to some dead hollow tree, lying on the ground, in which it has taken shelter, and with the aid of his spear, which is about ten feet long, he draws it out.
  • DUI A chirrico 'dree the mast is worth dui 'dree the bor.
  • Du Pourquoi n'avez vous pas du vin de Cockalorum?
  • Yuk The first real encounter came between three of the yuk pencils and a single exploration ship from Terra.
  • DUH Thus the word daughter, which occurs in nearly all of them, has been derived from the Aryan root dugh, which in Sanscrit has the form of duh, to milk; and perhaps preserves the memory of the time when the daughter was the little milkmaid in the primitive Aryan household.

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