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Correct spellings for DEATR

  • dad The spittin' image of his dad But he'll have more common sense Than his puddin-headed father ever had I'll teach him to wrestle – Soliloquy by Unknown Author
  • dairy Who works at the dairy Her chewin is da bomb But her face looks scary Im pushin down the street – 2-Way Freak by three 6 mafia
  • dare Oh! who in such a night will dare To tempt the wilderness? And who 'mid thunder-peals can hear Our signal of distress? – Stanzas Composed During A Thunderstorm by george gordon, lord byron
  • dart Claude sent a glance so keen that it was almost like a dart at Charmian.
  • darter
  • darts Cus we're hit by all the elder farts And we're hit by all the throwing darts – We're Hit by mando diao
  • dat "Well, if dat doan' beat de lan'.
  • data
  • date It was all he had for his trouble; the address he had was out of date, and Geissler was no longer in Sweden, but had returned to Norway and was now in Trondhjem.
  • ddt
  • dead I thought perhaps they were all dead."
  • dear "Yes, I am; go on, my dear," said Mr. Chalk.
  • deary Oh, deary me, what shall I do!
  • death There is no Death!
  • deere There is no mention of Andrus or of an Andrus and Deere firm.
  • deity They would seem to indicate a marine deity.
  • denature
  • denture
  • destroy
  • detach
  • detail
  • detain Haredale escaped, well aware that Rohscheimer was seeking some excuse to detain him.
  • deter
  • detour
  • diary
  • diet
  • dietary
  • dirt
  • dot
  • dotard Of his duty this old dotard thinks nothing at all, nor of the scandal of his continuing to draw public pay: yet, mark you, how keenly he scents a danger of losing it!"
  • dread
  • drear And now with a thrill of unspeakable exaltation, he realised that he was going downhill, that he was actually outside that hated and ill-omened hollow which had been their drear prison-house all these weary weeks.
  • dreary
  • duet Please don't go just yet; it is just beginning to rain, and I want him to practise this duet with me.
  • tart
  • tat
  • tatar The name of Tatar soon became the terror of Asia and Europe, and it was applied promiscuously to all the nomadic warriors whom Asia then poured forth over Europe.
  • tater Between Aricia and Bovillae they met several convoys, and about half-way they were overtaken and passed by a rapidly driven carriage, and somewhat tater by a troop of horsemen, trotting restrainedly, one of them on a white horse which showed rather distinctly, even in the fog and darkness.
  • teary
  • teat
  • tet
  • tetra
  • treat
  • treaty
  • Darer
  • Dater
  • Dieter
  • Doter
  • DeAndre
  • Deidre
  • deters
  • DRAT
  • TR
  • TEATS
  • deader
  • dearer
  • eatery
  • abbes
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