What is the correct spelling for DENNS?

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Correct spellings for DENNS

  • dense When the sheriff arrived with his bathrobe on The confrontation was a tense one He shook his head and said Bubba boy You was always a dense one – Bubba Shot the Jukebox by Mark Chesnutt
  • teens Yes, she spent her teens In chauffeured limousines – Buttermilk Boy by humble pie
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  • Duennas Sancho shrugged his shoulders, obeyed, and sat down, and all the duchess's damsels and duennas gathered round him, waiting in profound silence to hear what he would say.
  • Denis The Burgundian army advanced and occupied St. Denis , thence the duke sent detachments to the various gates of Paris in hopes that the populace would rise in his favour.
  • Dennis Dennis was in front and Anita was on behind him.
  • Denise She came forward to meet us, but as the light fell on my face, she started back with a little cry: You, Denise -you!
  • Denny The Nelson-Denny reading test for colleges and senior high schools.
  • Denies He denies that they are "substances."
  • TENS Even if that could be done, an uncontrolled mass immigration into Palestine would have the effect of landing tens of thousands of Jews to be fed and looked after by the small Jewish community in Palestine.
  • deans Enter the two deans on their way to morning chapel.
  • terns Yet another red-letter time on the calendar is the laying season of the terns .
  • dawns "You are right," said he; "a new day dawns , a new sun rises upon Sans-Souci, but I fear the sun's bright face will be clouded and the day will end in storm.
  • dines At dinner comes Sir G. Carteret and dines with us.
  • darns That brown one of Mrs. Crump's is just full of darns .
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  • DANES The people had in a great measure lost all national pride and spirit, by their recent and long subjection to the Danes ; and as Canute had, in the course of his administration, much abated the rigours of conquest, and had governed them equitably by their own laws, they regarded with the less terror the ignominy of a foreign yoke, and deemed the inconveniences of submission less formidable than those of bloodshed, war, and resistance.
  • DENS
  • DNA'S
  • DONS
  • dunes
  • Downs
  • dings
  • dents
  • Denny's
  • deigns "Now, gentlemen," Graspum deigns to say, after a moment's pause, motioning to the decanter, "pass it along round when ye gets a turn about."
  • dis-positioned

7 words made from the letters DENNS

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