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Correct spellings for DAUILY
- being knee deep in
- dahlia This table Don and Flamby shared with a lady wearing her hair dressed in imitation of a yellow dahlia, and with a prominent colourist who was devoting his life to dissipating the popular delusion about trees being green.
- daily We have a class of hands who are paid by beach fees, and another class whom we employ as day labourers, and we pay these either daily, weekly, or monthly, or whenever they like.
- dairy Hence the stall-fed, city-dairy cow, and the farm cow on a rich clover pasture in June or July are especially subject.
- daisy In terror-stricken recognition of the awful presence, Daisy alarmed the whole household with his cry, "Come quick!
- dale Then they sent Dale out of the room.
- Daley "I'll get out, Mr. Daley," said Tom, rising.
- darkly "I reckon if you knew all about her, you wouldn't be so anxious to stand up for her," Norris said darkly.
- dill And they, raised on pale, pink, ready-cooked ham and doughnuts and corner grocery dill pickles, don't know what they are getting.
- doily Why, each of those corners is as much work as a whole doily.
- dourly She pushed away her plate and became suddenly dourly communicative.
- gaily Another woman in her place, with her immense means, might have let go all she had lost and lived gaily from day to day.
- gaudily As she stood in her white dress, white shawl, white bonnet-all as plain as possible, but still pure bridal white, contrasted strongly with the glaring colors of that drawing-room over the shop, which Poor Mrs. Ferguson had done her luckless best to make as fine as possible, her tall, slender figure, harmonious movements and tones, being only more noticeable by the presence of that stout, gaudily-dressed, and loud- speaking woman, most people would have said that, though he had married a governess, a solitary, unprotected woman, with neither kith nor kin to give her dignity, earning her own bread by her own honest labor, the master of Saint Bede's was not exactly a man to be pitied.
- holding assembly
- tautly I have drawn the line, for example, squarely and tautly on burglars.