What is the correct spelling for DEKTOP?

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Correct spellings for DEKTOP

  • dakota He turned to Two Horns and said, in Dakota : "Father, the old agent is angry. raising protein quota Sometimes they make love and art inside their dakota Rodney's feeling sexy – I Do The Rock by Tim Curry
  • decamp An aide-decamp and the prince's mistress also dined with us.
  • decked But the flower-decked wagons were the centre of interest.
  • decode
  • desktop
  • doctor
  • duct
  • dukedom Sir Roger had got the bit between his teeth, a favourite trick of his, and I was perfectly powerless to hold him by this time, they being mounted on thoroughbreds, got a full neck before me, and the pace was not tremendous, on we all came, each horse at his utmost stretch; they were evidently gaining from the better stride of their cattle, and will it be believed, or shall I venture to acknowledge it in these my confessions, that I, who a moment before, would have given my best chance of promotion, to be able to pull in my horse, would now have "pledged my dukedom " to be able to give Sir Roger one cut of the whip unobserved.
  • getup
  • tiptop The weather was tiptop , and nothin' was lackin' to make it a plumb success.
  • treetop As by a miracle they escaped disaster through rushing into a bushy treetop , and that fact served to steady the aeronaut's nerves.
  • Dakotas In the "timbre" of these stories of the Sioux, told in the lodges and at the camp fires of the past, and by the firesides of the Dakotas of today, we recognize the very texture of the thought of a simple, grave, and sincere people, living in intimate contact and friendship with the big out-of-doors that we call Nature; a race not yet understanding all things, not proud and boastful, but honest and childlike and fair; a simple, sincere, and gravely thoughtful people, willing to believe that there may be in even the everyday things of life something not yet fully understood; a race that can, without any loss of native dignity, gravely consider the simplest things, seeking to fathom their meaning and to learn their lesson-equally without vain-glorious boasting and trifling cynicism; an earnest, thoughtful, dignified, but simple and primitive people.
  • DTP
  • DICT
  • diktat
  • worktop

46 words made from the letters DEKTOP

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