What is the correct spelling for DCUK?

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Correct spellings for DCUK

  • dank Yet, in a time, I had more of courage which brought strength unto my heart, and I began again to go upon my way, but with an utter caution, and I then to creep for a weary time upon my hands and knees among the dank and weariful rocks and boulders that lay in the bottom of the Gorge.
  • dark I had still some hours to wait, however, before it was dark enough for me to land.
  • deck A big unseen hand is stackin' the deck ....
  • desk As I understand it, they gave Fessenden a new desk not long ago.
  • dick The curtain went up, and the villagers of Dick Whittington's native place sang a chorus.
  • dink Blenty potato, blenty saltie, blenty cold water; no makie you sickie; I dink belly good."
  • dirk He was, most naturally, led to believe that Dirk Peters and himself were the only white men remaining alive on the island.
  • disk Stigma on a disk .
  • dock There was no one in sight, but a small wooden dock ran out into the lake.
  • dork
  • drug We're gonna bunny hug I bought some aspirin Down at United Drug In case you shake apart – Overture/All That Jazz by Chicago (Related Recordings)
  • duck Don't be a stubborn cluck, Ernie, lay aside the duck! – Put Down The Duckie by Muppets, The
  • ducky As we are all so solemncholy, I'll propose a toast: 'To the dear, ducky duckies, The Happy-Go-Luckys!
  • duct
  • dug "Yes, my master dug that well himself, down to the stone, and it's beautiful water.
  • duke "Couldn't 'a' been Duke , then," said Penrod.
  • dunk
  • dusk At that moment a figure came out of the dusk and stopped before her.
  • tuck
  • Doug
  • ducks He shot a lot of ducks , but evidently not so many as he thought he ought to shoot, and when he saw the birds all congregated at one corner of the lake a thought struck him, and he told the natives to take us to shore.
  • DC
  • almsperson
  • alsoran

2 words made from the letters DCUK

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