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Correct spellings for DEART

  • art Whereat rejoicing, I desired the art Of the Greek whistler, who to wharf and mart – Pain In Pleasure by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • dad Warm summer night I was drinking with my dad He tried to give me the love that I never had – Radio by rancid
  • daft
  • dart "How fast some People can talk when they like," observes Mother; at which Allusion to Anne's Impediment, I dart at her a Look of Wrath; but Nan only continues weeping.
  • darter
  • darts
  • dat "Gorry, an it arn't Crookleg dat will hinder you," the negro answered, standing directly in her path.
  • data
  • date
  • ddt
  • dead
  • dear
  • dearth
  • deary "No," she said, gently, to Ruth, "nothing is the matter, deary, I'm just tired."
  • death
  • debar It was to march to and fro between the mountain of the Hot Springs and Hippo-Zarytus, and so debar the Suffet from approaching the Tyrian towns, and from the possibility of a return to Carthage.
  • debt
  • deer
  • deft
  • deity
  • dent
  • depart
  • deport The Athenian would be certain to be recognized, and at once Xerxes would send for him, and how Glaucon, in his new frame of mind, would deport himself before majesty, whether he would not taunt the irascible monarch to his face, the bow-bearer did not know.
  • desert
  • deter
  • dewar He stayed there until a message reached him by one of the stretcher-bearers who had been back to the dressing station that he was badly needed there, and that Mr. Dewar hoped he would get back soon to help them.
  • diet
  • dirt
  • dirty
  • dot
  • drear If the way be drear, If the foe be near, Let not faithless fear o'ertake us, Let not faith and hope forsake us; For through many a foe To our home we go!
  • duet A helpless girl and one lone trooper were practising a duet under his very frown.
  • eat
  • heart
  • tart
  • tat
  • tear
  • teat
  • tet
  • Dealt
  • DEA
  • Dar
  • dears
  • DRAT
  • DEPT
  • deader
  • tarty