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Correct spellings for DAGREIS

  • caries
  • digress
  • doris "That probably comes in the second year for the older boys," said Doris.
  • dregs "I knew," exclaimed he, "from the boastings of Athol and Buchan, that they had left in Scotland some dregs of heir own refractory spirits; but I could not have guessed that envy had so obliterated gratitude in the hearts of my countrymen.
  • dress She did not have to feel it as she had felt the dress.
  • gris "Very good," said Henry, "I will withdraw if you insist upon it, only, ventre saint gris!
  • tigress "That murdering-" He found a tigress in front of him.
  • tigris The Tigris perished in this violent hurricane and twenty men were lost in her.
  • Carries Almost every day the old captain rides over to see her, but he generally carries back a longer face than he brings.
  • Dagos Quite a few of the Dagos had knives, and Jernyngham had a sword.
  • Dairies If the comfort and welfare of society were consulted, the higher classes would not slight their dairies for studs of horses, kept more for ostentation than for use.
  • Diaries Diaries are dangerous things, Meg."
  • Dowries There are young men who, from their positions in life, are obliged to abstain from early marriage, or to look for dowries with their wives.
  • Vagaries Perhaps he knew about the vagaries of my Aunt Caroline; anyhow, he would have a fantastic tale to tell about me, and was going to exploit it to the limit!
  • Darius Darius Green and his flying machine are ridiculous always.
  • tarries A man tarries to listen.
  • decries
  • agrees
  • cares
  • dares
  • dories All along shore one might see dories and wherries and whale-boats, which had been left to die a lingering death.
  • disagrees
  • daggers
  • degrees
  • cadres Kapo considered the most disturbing feature of this state of affairs to be the religious and patriarchal aspects that prevented the youth from creating a new socialist society and that continued to exist even among Communist cadres.
  • dries
  • decrees
  • DAGS
  • tares
  • dogies
  • doggies
  • Greys
  • accumulatings
  • undetailed
  • accustomednesses
  • on-course
  • almspeople
  • alterings
  • alterities
  • crop-raisings
  • frivolled
  • highcolored
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