What is the correct spelling for DENYER?
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Correct spellings for DENYER
- dancer "I do not cross swords with a dancer," said the cutthroat. The winds of March that made my heart a dancer A telephone that rings but who's to answer – These Foolish Things by Billie Holiday
- danger Trading in my shelter for danger I'm changing my name just as the sun goes down In the eyes of the stranger – The Seventh Stranger by duran duran
- deneb And she's better for it and so is Deneb.
- denier Would He not have to say, 'None of them is lost, except the Sons of Perdition, the Denier and the Betrayer'?
- dense You and your friends are dense You don't make any sense – I Don't Really Like You by Skye Sweetnam
- denver So my grandkids will remember When you couldn't buy ocean property in Denver – It's Not Easy (Being Green) by MC Lars
- deny In vain she begs, the Fates her suit deny, In her embrace she sees her daughter die. – Niobe In Distress For Her Children Slain By Apollo, From Ovid's Metamorphoses, Book VI. And From A View Of The Painting Of Mr. Richard Wilson by Phillis Wheatly
- dinner "What I mean is, that we want something for dinner, but that's about all.
- dyer That is as often as not the fault of the dyer who has supplied colours too fresh.
- tenner And I won a tenner off his Royal Highness, and here I am."
- Dunner "No, no," continued Baldy suavely, "it's no that, but he's got a frightful dunner on the top o' the head, and he thinks he's the king."
- deniers Considering that the woman has an absolutely equal moral right with the man to decide in what faith the child shall be brought up, and considering how important it is that the mother should take an active part in the development of the child's affections and impulses, the most resolute of deniers may perhaps think that the advantages of leaving the matter to her, outweigh the disadvantages of having a superstitious bias given to the young mind.