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Correct spellings for DEANRY

  • dairy To produce Tess, fresh from the dairy , as a d'Urberville and a lady, he had felt to be temerarious and risky; hence he had concealed her lineage till such time as, familiarized with worldly ways by a few months' travel and reading with him, he could take her on a visit to his parents and impart the knowledge while triumphantly producing her as worthy of such an ancient line. Melissa Gilbert and Michael Landon never mix meat with dairy Maybe they shoulda called that show "Little Kosher House on the Prairie" – The Chanukah Song Part III by Adam Sandler
  • dana Mr. Fiske had been our neighbor in our first Cambridge home, and when we went to live in Berkeley Street, he followed with his family and placed himself across the way in a house which I already knew as the home of Richard Henry Dana , the author of 'Two Years Before the Mast.
  • dandy Then, half to himself, a dandy 'wad.
  • dane There was a Dane , named Foke, of whom the same story is told, and an Englishman, named William of Cloudesley, is said to have shot an apple from his son's head merely to show his expertness.
  • dare I dare not say.
  • darn "No, I don't want anything more of this darn country.
  • dean He charged furiously against the Dean , and told the jury, if they believed he published the tract, they must render a general verdict of guilty.
  • deanery Then it just occurred to me that I would telephone to the Deanery .
  • deary Then, after a little, she spoke again: "We all have trouble, deary -it's part of life; but I believe that we all share equally in the joy of the world.
  • decry The curious misconception which turned it into a prophecy of the birth of Christ outlasted in its effects any serious belief in its historical truth: even modern critics cite Isaiah for parallels, and are apt to decry it as a childish attempt to draw a picture of some actual golden age.
  • den However cold it was outside-and I can tell you it was bitter-it was warm enough in my den .
  • deny Are you going to deny my word?"
  • diary Bring me my diary , and we will count them at once.
  • dietary Neither should you permit unfit and inferior materials to become a part of the daily dietary of your little boy or girl, thus to become a part of their bodily structure.
  • dinar And when Sir Dinar confessed and began to make his excuse, "Silly knight!"
  • dory What are we waiting for, Dory ?
  • dray It was odd that Joe Henry should send a dray the full thirty miles to Derlingport to get a load of wet hay, when he could get all the dry hay he wanted in Riverbank.
  • drear And this I do struggle always to make plain; and you shall not blame me that I think overmuch upon it; for, in truth there was an horror so wondrous and drear about it, that I can forget not; but do strive always that others should know with me that peculiar woe and terror that did haunt the night.
  • dreary Shut up in that dreary house by herself, for you can't call it anything else."
  • dry True enough, next morning, when we went out, the grass was actually dry .
  • henry Alice is staying with Henry , but they will both be here in a fortnight or less.
  • nary Good rum can't hurt nary a one-thet is, in moderation, Flinders, strictly in moderation.
  • tannery You understand that outside of the tannery circle, this interest was not very exciting to the general reader."
  • teary
  • ternary
  • Dan "I'll strike a light after we get down a bit-so come along," said Captain Dan , leaving the office and leading the way.
  • DeAndre
  • Deon
  • Deanna
  • Dena
  • Danny "I'm-all right,-Danny," he murmured.
  • Denny
  • Deana
  • Deann
  • Deanne
  • deans
  • darns A huge basket of mending yielded to her deft hands, and patches and darns were made without number.
  • Drano
  • dearer

123 words made from the letters DEANRY