Correct spelling for DYSNEY
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Possible correct spellings for dysney
- dane On the back seat, Straighty, Dane and myself.
- dense Why, we were discussing lying in war at a lunch-party, and one of their generals was there, a rather dense sort of a machine of a man.
- deny Do you deny the fact?
- designed I'll hand you a story that won't shout credit for the feller who designed it.
- dicey See J. A. Foote, Private International Law; A. V. Dicey, Conflict of Laws; L. von Bar, Private International Law; Story, Conflict of Laws; J. Westlake, International Law.
- dine "My dear Casanova, you will dine with us, I hope.
- diner I did not mind the actual work or the kind of work, but it was the dishonesty and deception, the flattery and cajolery, the unnatural assumption that worker and diner had no common humanity.
- dingy Mr. Leatherby thought the matter over all day, as he sat in his dingy shop, which was only a few rods from Mr. Chrome's, where Paul was painting wagons, singing snatches of songs, and psalms and hymns.
- disney In a difficulty of that sort it did not seem that even Mr Disney could be of much avail.
- done The poor fellow's work was done.
- donne Nilsson was not, in fact, a good musician; few prime donne are.
- dose Olga poured out the dose, controlling her hands with difficulty.
- downy Well not quite said Ethel hastily jumping from her downy nest."
- dozen And half a dozen thermonuclears.
- dune "Weel, I s' awa' doon to Mr Gibb, and we'll see what can be dune there.
- dosing When in Fez some years ago, a dog I had with me needed dosing, so I got three drops of croton oil on sugar made ready for him. Mine host, a man of fifty or more, came in meanwhile, and having ascertained the action of the drug from my servant, thought it might possibly do him good, and forthwith swallowed it. Of this the first intimation I had was from the agonizing screams of the old man, who loudly proclaimed that his last hour was come, and from the terrified wails of the females of his household, who thought so too. When I saw him he was rolling on the tiles of the courtyard, his heels in the air, bellowing frantically.
- Dorsey H. Dorsey were a committee to report permanent systems for improving the streets and alleys, whether by paving or otherwise.
- Duane "No." We all turned and looked at Duane.
- Danny In the case of Buster Bear and Danny, the latter had simply to keep out of reach of Buster.
- Denny I tried to buy Denny off yesterday, but you fastened 'The Purple Slipper' firmly in his head, maybe his heart, the other evening, and it would be like taking candy from a child.
- Donny Other choreographer credits attributed to him in this decade include the TV show Donny & Mary, the TV movie Star Wars Holiday Special, and the film Roller Boogie.
- Dunne One witness named Dunne, partly from concern for Lady Alice, and partly from fright at the threats and maledictions of the Chief Justice, entirely lost his head, and at last stood silent.
- Diane "Have the kindness to shew me some of these drawings"-and forthwith appeared the case and pocket-knife of Diane de Poictiers, drawn from the original by Langlois.
- dines Then I: 'The sun hath slipt behind the hill, And my Aunt Vivian dines at half-past six,' So in all love we parted; I to the Hall, He to the village.
- DANES As the Danes caught sight of the man and the maiden, they spurred their horses and came up to the two on a run.
- denser It was a forest under the sea, and it grew denser at every step.
- dunes Alkmaar had been in sight from the time they had crossed the dunes, and after walking five miles they arrived at its gates.
27 words made from the letters dysney
4 letter words made from dysney:
5 letter words made from dysney:
syned, sneyd, dynes.
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