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Correct spellings for DAWND

  • dad Can I stay, dad?
  • damned "Loss of mother an' Jim changes this damned war.
  • dana Our own state of mind was accurately described by Charles A. Dana: "I don't believe in ghosts," said he, "but I've been afraid of them all my life."
  • dander Andy has his dander up.
  • dandy Tony Cornish had seen them before-on the face of an old dandy coming down the steps of a St. James's Street club.
  • dane He looked like a Dane at first glance.
  • dante Second room, banners used for Dante's festival in 1865. Next, two frescoes by Benedetto.
  • darn Darn your skin, Sam Treacher!
  • darned No use trying to put a rock on the wheels of progress-and there's no use trying to ride the darned thing either.
  • daunt It only needed a brave heart and a firm foot, and courage which nothing could daunt; and the other girls, the thirty-eight who were to join Kathleen and Susy, would keep them company.
  • dawn Towards dawn Adam started up.
  • down I was thinking, Nina, I could take you and Miss Girond down, if you will let me."
  • downed But he did not intend to be "downed," as he said to himself, "not this time by Almeda Champney."
  • wand To tell the truth, I was in the mood of the lady of the Island over which Prospero waved his wand.
  • And And he did not know.
  • Dan He could not help Dan then.
  • Dawned It had dawned brightly.
  • Dined I dined at Gruber's."
  • dawns Oh, the transporting, rapturous scene, That dawns upon my sight; Sweet fields arrayed in living green, And rivers of delight.
  • dis-positioned
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