What is the correct spelling for DAAM?
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Correct spellings for DAAM
- adam Adam, too, showed that he was glad to see the unexpected visitor, and placed his skill at the disposal of the monastery.
- dam "I want your promise you'll do nothing or say nothing to him till after you've made good on the Zariba Dam ," went on Griffith.
- dawn The storm might pass before dawn .
- daytime But he soon found that he was not safe in the air in daytime .
- dean Only the Dean has been improved.
- demon In this awful contest the interior of the doomed house suffered as though a demon were in it; not a chair, not a mirror, not a carpet, was left untouched, and in the midst of the worst confusion the new mistress sat, calm as the statue of Andrew Jackson in the square under her eyes, and issued her orders with as much decision as that hero had ever shown.
- den The place, which was lighted by an end of candle stuck upon the floor, was very dirty, as might be expected of a Hottentot's den , and in it were collected an enormous variety of odds and ends.
- deny "I was a fool to deny it.
- dim He smiled at me in the dim lantern light and went below.
- dime You know, Ivy, he made me take that dime he had saved up when the circus came, and go to the side show with you; and we had a lot of fun shaking hands with the giant and the fat lady and seeing the animals; but this is different, and his mind is quite set on the bicycle.
- domain Then Bernard said shall I show you over my domain and they strolled into the gloomy hall.
- done You haven't done it."
- doom Can I urge him to come-will it be possible for me sincerely to pen the words which may seal my doom ?
- down Would we please tell him to come right down ?
- dome A big hole had been cut to accommodate the dome , and across the hallway a desk had been set up, and at it sat a clerk in a pale blue tunic, who was just taking the audio-plugs of a music-box out of his ears. You don't have to have a professor's dome Not to go for the honey when the bee's not home. – Doin' What Comes Natur'lly by Unknown Author