What is the correct spelling for DAMAE?
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Correct spellings for DAMAE
- dam How camest thou here, good swain? Hath any ram Slipped from the fold, or young kid lost his dam, – Comus by John Milton
- damage put the days together and they start to do some damage if the mean is in the middle then i know that i will manage – Middle Management by Bishop Allen
- dame For worlds I dare not view the dame Resembling thee, yet not the same. – Giaour, The by george gordon, lord byron
- damp And the twice-breathed airs blow damp; And I'd sell my tired soul for the bucking beam-sea roll Of a black Bilbao tramp; With her load-line over her hatch, dear lass, – L'envoi by Rudyard Kipling
- daumier Her stout figure, above which her little arms kept moving as if she were crowning herself, threw on the wall a fantastic outline of a woman of fifty in deshabille, and on the paper at the end of the room could be seen wavering about one of those corpulent shadows which one could imagine Hoffman and Daumier sketching from the back of the beds of old married couples.
- dim In morning or in evening dim, To prayers and the oft mangled hymn. – fragments by Robert Louis Stevenson
- dime You can't get off the dime When you're past your prime – I'm Past My Prime by Unknown Author
- drama Mama said, "Darling, don't make such a drama. A little less thinking, a little more feeling" I'm just quoting Mama! The child is so sweet – Children and Art by Unknown Author
- tam Wieczorem nie laz tam Unikaj pustych bram – Jazz Nad Wisla by T-Love
- tame That holds the hot sky tame, And the steady fore-foot snores through the planet-powdered floors Where the scared whale flukes in flame! Her plates are scarred by the sun, dear lass, – L'envoi by Rudyard Kipling
- Dammed beware your future at hand, alas for thou art dammed. – A Cautionary Tale by sabbat
- Danae But, during his absence, the wicked king had treated Danae so very ill that she was compelled to make her escape, and had taken refuge in a temple, where some good old priests were extremely kind to her. These praise-worthy priests, and the kind-hearted fisherman, who had first shown hospitality to Danae and little Perseus when he found them afloat in the chest, seem to have been the only persons on the island who cared about doing right.
- Mae [Daisy Mae ] You deserve a gal who's willin, namely me One who'd love to have your chil'en, namely me Standin' there in the doorway waitin', at the close of day – Namely You by Unknown Author
- dams The increase of land available for culture through the conservation of the water that has always run to waste, and the augmented powers supplied for irrigation by holding up such vast bodies of water, have resulted in returns that are striking in the extreme, and this after so short a time has elapsed since the sluices were completed and the great dams put to the test. Words built like dams Thoughts built like juggernauts Our actions built like prams – Alone by Beautiful South, The
- dames And the monarch and his minions and his dames Viewed the games. – Love Among The Ruins by Robert Browning
- DEM She drummed on the table with her knife and fork and sang, "Welcome to dem golden halls."
- dome I waited hour by hour, and the high dome, Windowless, pillarless, multitudinous home – Narrative And Dramatic The Wanderings Of Oisin by William Butler Yeats