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Correct spellings for DIDGITS

  • digest
  • diggings "After we left Louvain I got out occasionally and stretched my legs along the tracks, but Luther, not being able to talk German, stuck pretty close to his diggings .
  • digit
  • digital
  • digitize
  • digs
  • tights
  • Diggers Wales did well that day, and the Welsh miners, who had already proved themselves as great diggers and great tunnellers and very brave men, showed themselves cool and fearless in the assault.
  • Ditties The staffe of nine verses hath yet moe then the eight, and the staffe of ten more then the ninth and the twelfth, if such were allowable in ditties, more then any of them all, by reason of his largenesse receiuing moe compasses and enterweauings, alwayes considered that the very large distances be more artificiall, then popularly pleasant, and yet do giue great grace and grauitie, and moue passion and affections more vehemently, as it is well to be obserued by Petrarcha his Canzoni.
  • Tidies All their possessions were rolling about the cabin, the linen tidies had tumbled down, and hairbrushes, shoes, sponges, clothing, and trunks spun round and round in confusion.
  • Budgets Whilst the revenue was steadily increasing, the expenditure was so well kept in hand that the chronic deficit which so long figured in Egyptian Budgets was replaced in 1887 by a surplus, and this, with the exception of the year 1888, has continued ever since.
  • Diets
  • deducts
  • digests
  • dodges
  • dockets
  • directs
  • diverts
  • deceits
  • targets
  • dugouts
  • tickets
  • gadgets
  • widgets
  • ducts
  • debits
  • dirties
  • digits
  • GITS
  • DDTS
  • kiddies
  • midgets
  • dogies
  • bigots There were articles on the subject in the provincial newspapers, and amongst the London journals I must especially commend the Weekly Dispatch, which never wavered in faithfulness to its Liberal traditions, and stood firm in its censure of our prosecution from first to last, even when other journals turned from the path of religious liberty, proved traitors to their principles, and joined the bigots in their cry of "To prison, to prison!"
  • fidgets
  • doggies
  • dodgers
  • ducats
  • Piaget's
  • daddies Diamond Light Boogie" was written as the album's leading single, a rock song that songwriter Steve Perry intended to help introduce a wider audience to a better perspective of the Daddies music as well as attempt to bridge the gap between their swing-oriented fanbase and their non-swing music.
  • davits Yes, replied the captain; and just then a fresh cheer arose from the cutter, which was being pulled steadily back; the cheer was answered, and soon after the boat hung from the davits , and Bob cried up excitedly to Mark,-I say, I saved him this time, old chap.
  • untricked
  • forbearings
  • frivolled
  • unprimed
  • highcolored

23 words made from the letters DIDGITS