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Correct spellings for DGIT

  • bait Quietly but quickly we placed a bait and set a looped line.
  • bit At any rate, taking the doctor's cheerful valedictory for a text, I might preach a little bit of a sermon on the best way of getting old. He seized the bone, he crunched, he bit. "An thou wert Master, I had slit – The Jacquerie A Fragment by Sidney Lanier
  • chit Bless me," catching a glimpse of a crimson disappointed face, for I certainly felt crestfallen at this, "a chit like you cannot be expected to know everything.
  • dart Now, in the desert, Kish Taka had but to drive his dog from him, shouting at him, casting a stone at him, and the big brute to whom similar experiences had come before out of as clear a sky, knew that he had a friend in the distant camp, one friend only in the world, and as straight as a dart made off to find him.
  • dat "Get o't o' dat or Ah cut yo' up fo' de young ge'men's dinnah.
  • ddt
  • deity Let an object like the sun be deemed a male, and an object like the moon a female, deity.
  • die Oh, why didn't you let me die here!"
  • diet They were clad in camel's hair and lived on a diet of brown bread, sleeping on a straw couch.
  • dig We may dig for months, but at last .
  • digit
  • dirt
  • dogie
  • dot
  • duct
  • duet
  • fit
  • gait
  • get
  • gi
  • gift
  • gig
  • gilt
  • gin
  • girt
  • gist
  • gmt
  • grit
  • gut
  • kit
  • knit
  • lit
  • mit
  • nit
  • pit
  • quit
  • reit
  • sit
  • skit
  • suit
  • wait
  • whit
  • wit
  • writ
  • Cit Though I cannot drink myself, I am obliged to encourage the circulation of the glass; their mirth grows more turbulent and obstreperous; and before their merriment is at an end, I am sick with disgust, and, perhaps, reproached with my sobriety, or by some sly insinuations insulted as a cit.
  • Did
  • Git
  • Gite
  • Got
  • It
  • DUI
  • Gil
  • GT
  • DIR
  • SGT
  • HIT
  • GITS
  • HGT
  • ZIT
  • DICT
  • legit
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