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Correct spellings for DIDND'T

  • daunted "That's true," said Whitwell, greatly daunted .
  • deadened The roar of it deadened all other sounds.
  • dedicated He had dedicated Tragical Tales from the French and Italian to Lady Mary Sidney, Guevara's Epistles from the Spanish to Lady Oxford, and a translation of Guicciardini to the Queen. Well I'm hopelessly dedicated And somehow it's still understated – The Pledge by brendan benson
  • deducted Their satisfaction in any expedient to serve their brother that seemed to fall upon themselves, was sincere, was even joyful: but they jointly besought that the sum might be freely taken up, and deducted for ever more from the hoard; since no earthly gratification could be so great to them, as contributing their mite to prevent any deprivation of domestic enjoyment to their beloved parents.
  • dented In the next instant the entire tribe was upon me. They tore half the clothes off me; they broke my arms and legs; they gave me a thump that dented the top of my head till it would hold coffee like a saucer; and, to crown their disgraceful proceedings and add insult to injury, they threw me over the Niagara Falls, and I got wet.
  • denuded At Lahr it has been denuded so as to form a succession of terraces on the right bank.
  • detente
  • detonate
  • disunited
  • dominated
  • donated
  • identity
  • tainted
  • tinted
  • Defended They defended themselves with bravery, but were nearly overpowered, when the count's retinue arrived to their assistance.
  • Demanded "I tell you I want drink," he suddenly demanded.
  • Denoted The cry was almost one of anger, surely that stamping of her foot denoted vexation.
  • Depended The one chance on which the discovery of Arnold's position depended, was the chance that accident might reveal the truth in the lapse of time.
  • Detained Was he detained by the spell of Didymus's granddaughter?
  • Detonated
  • Dissented
  • Tended
  • Tented
  • Trended
  • Stinted
  • STANDOUT
  • didn't
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