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Correct spellings for DECTN

  • dayton Cannot possibly meet engagement at Dayton."
  • deacon Sometimes Deacon Jones's hens get to roosting in the next orchard.
  • deaden A soft rain was falling, the first since the prolonged drought, and though it made the road heavy and slippery in places, it helped to deaden the sound of the young man's furtive footsteps.
  • decade That was over a decade ago.
  • decagon
  • decant
  • decatur
  • decked
  • decline "Sorry I must decline.
  • decode
  • dentin
  • dentine
  • destine
  • destiny
  • detain Then, after repeating his request with regard to the letters, and receiving on the instant an assurance from Egon that he would gladly undertake the charge of them, Herr von Osternau added,- "As you must be tired, Herr Pigglewitch, and need rest, I will not detain you from seeking it.
  • diction
  • doctor
  • ducat They brought a little powder and a great many promises, but not a single man-at-arms, not a ducat, not a piece of artillery.
  • duct
  • keaton
  • lectern
  • pectin Certain fruits contain pectin, but are lacking in acid, hence are not good for jelly making.
  • tact
  • teuton
  • Acton By-and-by Phil noticed that his brother was getting pretty thick with Acton.
  • Decking
  • Denting
  • Dicta Atque haec omnia capitulatim sunt dicta.
  • Deccan India consists of four separate and well-defined regions: the jungles of the coast and the vast tract of country known as the Deccan, which make up the southern half of the Empire; the great plain which stretches southward from the Himalayas and constitutes what was formerly known as Hindustan; and a three-sided tableland which lies between, in the center of the empire, and is drained by a thousand rivers, which carry the water off as fast as it falls and leave but little to refresh the earth.
  • ducts
  • CTN
  • DICT 161; or Worcester's Dict.
  • ducting