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Correct spellings for DEAHT

  • baht
  • beat Whose shoots, the wary heron beat With a well counterwheel'd retreat. – The Falcon by Richard Lovelace
  • dad Don't be mad, be glad, tell your dad Cuz I be spittin' rhymes you never knew I even had – Face Facts by Kottonmouth Kings
  • dada Who wanna test, Mr. Don Dada Who rock Prada, so go suck ya mumma See, blow the track out, Jim's in the house now Man done shook out, gull the skin out ya – Dutty Clap feat. Jim Jones by s.a.s.
  • dado On the east side of this atrium, Leo's bed-room connected with that occupied by Miss Patty in the old house; and opposite, on the west, was a large square Pompeian library, with dark red dado, daintily frescoed panels, and richly tinted glowing frieze.
  • daft
  • dart They would as likely dart sparks during prayer meeting, or soften as a lover's mid the charge on a battery.
  • dat "We is near it, for all dat.
  • data Sam Clemens entertained himself learning these data by heart.
  • date Quite involuntarily I had got paper and pencil into my hand again, and I sat and wrote mechanically the date, 1848, in each corner.
  • ddt
  • dead The man was dead, of course?
  • deaf The stone upon which she sat was not more deaf.
  • deal He's a young man who can stand a great deal of hard work.
  • dean "Kitty was over this mornin'," said the Dean gently.
  • dear The dear man, how I long to see him!"
  • dearth This day was over ground yellow and hard with dearth, until afternoon brought a footing of sifting sand heavy to travel in.
  • death You do not look on life and death as I do.
  • debit
  • debt
  • debut
  • deed
  • deft
  • deist
  • deity
  • dent
  • depart
  • depot
  • diet
  • dirt
  • dot
  • duet Lady Holme went over to a sofa near the screen and listened attentively to the duet, but from time to time she glanced towards the middle of the room where Miss Schley was still calmly standing up with Leo holding the bouquet.
  • eat
  • feat
  • heat
  • meat
  • neat
  • peat This difference at once shows itself in the fact that peat generally forms a thick layer, while mould only rarely does so.
  • seat
  • tart
  • tat
  • taut But as she had felt the whimsical charm of De Courtenay, so now she felt the eagerness, the taut anxiety of this man, and she noticed that there was no smile on his face as she hesitated.
  • teat
  • tet
  • Dealt
  • DEA
  • DRAT
  • DEPT
  • deader