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Correct spellings for DEAMENOR

  • amen Amen, I can live again, breathe again – All the Love a Heart Can Hold by Sherrie Austin
  • daemon
  • dame Esmeralda and the hunchback of notre dame They humped each other like they had no shame – The Sins Of Memphisto by John Prine
  • damned In the city of the damned Far away in a holy land – Coming Home by axel rudi pell
  • damon
  • dampen He said nothing, however, to dampen the ardor of his partner.
  • damper
  • damson
  • deaden He is a sensitive man beneath his composure; he has suffered, and keenly, when he has been unjustly attacked; he feels pain of that sort for a long time, too, for even the passing of years does not entirely deaden it.
  • deafen
  • dean No more Vicious, No more Dean No No No more green tambourine – Ye Olde Backlash by bongwater
  • demand Now you're back in dope demand I'm on sinking sand – Special K by placebo
  • demean
  • demeanor Eye ear antenna feeler Spittin' like a dragon with a similar demeanor – Save Yourself by aesop rock
  • demeanour His stern demeanour agitated her.
  • demesne Around thee would have swarmed the Attic bees; Homer had been thy friend, or Socrates, And Plato welcomed thee to his demesne.
  • demeter He had created a Demeter; the wheat in her hand showed it.
  • demon To evoke the demon Welcoming the fifth season – Evoke The Demon by Suidakra
  • demur She did not demur.
  • diameter
  • diamond
  • dimer
  • domain Such objects belonged to the domain of the comic poet, and of the lighter kinds of poetry.
  • domineer In short, 'tis a Plant endu'd with so many and wonderful Properties, as that the assiduous use of it is said to render Men Immortal: We cannot therefore but allow the tender Summities of the young Leaves; but principally the Flowers in our cold Sallet; yet so as not to domineer.
  • domino Bob smiled like a happy oyster, and says he: "Domino!"
  • donor I only make it a condition that you shall not publish the story during my life; that if you show the manuscript or mention the tale in confidence to any one, you will strictly keep my secret; and that if after my death, of which you shall be advised, you do publish it, you will afford no clue by which the donor could be confidently identified."
  • manor The manor originally belonged to the De Braose, from whom it passed by marriage to the Shirleys.
  • minor I cannot arrest her, because she is a minor, but I will have the mother imprisoned on the first opportunity, and you will see how the town will laugh.
  • tamer Then another door was opened stealthily, and the lion tamer slipped in, armed with no weapon more deadly than a heavy whip.
  • tenor He was a tall, well-built, handsome man of fifty-two, with gray hair and moustache, an agreeable tenor voice, which was never used in singing, and the best-cut clothes in London.
  • Darner
  • Deeming
  • Headmen
  • Teaming
  • dampener
  • Damian
  • Delano
  • Damien
  • Damion
  • Deleon
  • Deann
  • Deanne
  • demons
  • seamen
  • damns
  • Deming
  • daemons
  • demeans
  • meaner
  • alms-givings
  • almsgivers
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