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Correct spellings for DIDINOT

  • be confident of
  • dainty She made a brave show nevertheless, and with Peter's help turned their new abode into as dainty a dwelling-place as any could desire.
  • denote It serves to denote the length of the preceding vowel.
  • dent They went towards the glacier which descends from the Dent d'Erin to the south-east, and, on arriving at its base, ascended at first by some snow between it and the cliffs on its south, and afterwards took to the cliffs themselves.
  • diderot Diderot did well, even at the risk of offending Rousseau, to write against solitude.
  • didn't But I didn't go to do it.
  • Didst Didst thou ever see this before?
  • dignity Passion gave place to dignity.
  • dint "If you succeed then in doing what none of these others have, it must be by dint of a better understanding of the route you have to take and the difficulties you will have to overcome.
  • Divined She had never known such helpless fear; for, without daring, or having power, to turn her head, she divined who hid beside the pool and the purpose of his coming.
  • divinity This remarkable letter ends with the words "Remember that the only true divinity is humanity."
  • don't I don't know where he is now; I have not heard.
  • holds with
  • tidiest That's the tastiest thing for those 'ere round beds, and the tidiest too.
  • Tiding Now this he did for these reasons: 1. That the town of Mansoul might be yet made weaker and weaker, and so more unable, should tiding come that their redemption was designed, to believe, hope, or consent to the truth thereof.
  • tidings In the meantime, all on board the Goshhawk might attend to whatever duties they had, and discuss the remarkable tidings brought by the Mexican schooner.
  • tint The thought created no quicker heart-beat-threw no warmer tint on the ideal future toward which his eyes of late had so fondly turned themselves.