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Correct spellings for DEMANS
- demand But then I was hardly in a position to demand an answer; there would have been some risk on your part, and I hesitated.
- demean Come forward; stand not at the door Wagging your long beards, but demean yourselves As doth become Ambassadors.
- means "She means to get away from us.
- deans The wives of archbishops, bishops, and deans are simply Mrs. A-, Mrs. B-, etc.
- demands Duty here demands devotion and self-sacrifice.
- domains The Scottish chieftain, however extensive his domains, derived no advantage, save from such parts as he could himself cultivate or occupy.
- demons Tarleton having arranged his infantry in the centre, and his cavalry on the wings, advanced to the charge with the horrid yells of infuriated demons.
- damns That is the one immorality that damns.
- MANS The which means serveth not to devide the force of the enemies, but to augmente a mans owne.
- DENS Of course, these establishments vary from the best, which are about on a par with the labourer's cottage in England, to the worst, which can only be described as dens of filth and squalor.
- daemons But they were quite scientific in their methods, for they divided all invisible beings into four distinct classes: the Angels, who in character and function are parallel to the gods of the ancients, and equal to the Tuatha De Danann of the Irish, are the highest; below them are the Devils or Demons, who correspond to the fallen angels of Christianity; the third class includes all Elementals, sub-human Nature-Spirits, who are generally regarded as having pygmy stature, like the Greek daemons; and the fourth division comprises the Souls of the Dead, and the shades or ghosts of the dead.
- demeans And while he prudently demeans himself, And gives himself no actual importance, He will be let appear whate'er he likes: And who dares doubt, that Friedland will appear A mighty prince to his last dying hour?