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Correct spellings for DIDTN

  • dalton
  • danton What should I have felt, had I been aware, when this man came up, that I was accosted by the villain Danton!
  • darting I know," she cried, suddenly darting across the room, followed by the clinging Helen.
  • dated
  • dating
  • dayton
  • deaden It was natural that Walter should be her attendant cavalier on many such occasions, a fact greatly to be regretted in the interests of Nellie Roe, whose saucy blue eyes and golden locks were too far away to deaden completely the effect of Nur Mahal's bewitching personality.
  • deciding
  • dentin
  • detain Unwilling longer to detain him, I at last declared that it was quite well, making light of the pain I still felt when I walked, and begged to accompany him the next time he went out.
  • dieting
  • disdain
  • dividing
  • doting
  • dryden There are more Authors, says Dryden, who can make a pompous Description, than who can write with an equal and natural Stile.
  • editing
  • tighten
  • titan
  • triton Through the interest of Admiral Triton, Needham got charge of a ship in ordinary, where he hoped to remain till he should get appointed to one on active service.
  • Deriding It is true that he has one moment when he fancies his foe deriding him thus: "Behold him living in his shame, a wretch who quailed at death himself, but of his coward heart gave up his wedded wife instead, and escaped from Hades; doth he deem himself a man after that?"
  • Dieted
  • Dilating
  • Diluting
  • Dirtied
  • Dotting
  • Doted
  • Tided
  • Tiding
  • Dotson
  • Dustin
  • Dodson
  • dittoed
  • deeding
  • duodena
  • midtown
  • didn't
  • be awestruck
  • be confident of
  • more selfaccusing
  • more selfadmiring