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How Do You Spell DANTE?

Correct spelling for the English word "dante" is [d_ˈɑː_n_t_eɪ], [dˈɑːnte͡ɪ], [dˈɑːnte‍ɪ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of DANTE

  1. an Italian poet famous for `The Divine Comedy'--a journey through hell and purgatory and paradise guided by Virgil and his idealized Beatrice (1265-1321)

Common Misspellings for DANTE

Below is the list of 453 misspellings for the word "dante".

Usage Examples for DANTE

  1. Proud, passionate, and baffled, the man Dante deeply swayed the poet. - "Essays Æsthetical" by George Calvert
  2. A friend of mine, a brother painter, an Italian, set me going with that, and once going with Dante, nobody could well stop. - "The Seaboard Parish, Complete" by George MacDonald
  3. Who does not sympathize with the feelings of Dante as he rose from his visit to the lower regions, until, he says, " On our view the beautiful lights of heaven Dawned through a circular opening in the cave, Thence issuing, we again beheld the stars." - "The Pleasures of Life" by Sir John Lubbock
  4. I wait here for young Dante of the Alighieri. - "The God of Love" by Justin Huntly McCarthy
  5. " I don't know anything about Dante either," said Mercy regretfully. - "What's Mine's Mine" by George MacDonald

What does dante stand for?

Abbreviation DANTE means:

  1. Designs to Avoid the Need to Travel in Europe
  2. Delivery of Advanced Network Technologies to Europe
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