What is the correct spelling for DIHORREA?

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Correct spellings for DIHORREA

  • adhere The Council, the Presidents, the Pope, the expectant Catholic world without, had a right to know their real intentions, and whether they meant to adhere to their declarations.
  • dahomey In place of the Yoruban culture, with its city democracy, its elevated religious ideas, its finely organized industry, and its noble art, came Ashanti and Dahomey .
  • demurrer They had been axioms, yet now he parried with a faltering demurrer : "Ther books says that, down below, when fellers fights, they does hit in ther open."
  • dhow We anchored for some hours off one of these villages, and paid our toll of dates to the Bedouin who came off to claim them, as is customary all along this coast, every dhow paying this toll in return for the privilege of obtaining water when they want it.
  • disarray Though in evident disarray it, however, exhibited fewer signs of the strange, long-past agitation.
  • dory He stepped ashore and passed the painter of his dory through its ring.
  • hare Hobb ran towards him with a shout, and at the shout Hugh leaped to his feet, with the eyes of a hunted hare , and looked on all sides as though seeking where to hide.
  • hera And what makes you think Hera would go along with him if he did?
  • here What do you expect to do here ?
  • herr "Herr Knupf's fame has reached my own country, far away," he said with some truth.
  • hooray "An' now," says Darius, "hooray fer some fun!"
  • horror Life had abruptly become a horror to her.
  • hurrah Deacon Farnham himself shouted,- "Hurrah for Susie!"
  • hydra When he had regained consciousness, he met Ledscha on board the Hydra , as the wife of the pirate Hanno.
  • lahore The Ghakkars seized the chance and occupied Lahore .
  • o'hara An Edinburgh critic says that 'neither Miss Edgeworth, nor the author of the O'Hara tales, could have written any thing more powerful than this.
  • tore Then she tore her hand free, and I thought she would refuse me.
  • Diarrhea His malady proceeded from diarrhea; notwithstanding which, he went round the coast of Campania, and the adjacent islands, and spent four days in that of Capri; where he gave himself up entirely to repose and relaxation.
  • Deirdre Deirdre had looked up at the sound of that harsh voice.
  • Dora The Indian girl was as eager to learn English as Lily and Dora were to instruct her; and she got on rapidly.
  • Debora I had no real hope of meeting Debora , save by accident; I knew that since my disclosure I was less to her than any common tramp she might meet upon the roadside.
  • dearer "It is very hard to look into another person's heart; and the dearer and nearer that heart is to your own, the greater, I think, is the difficulty.

271 words made from the letters DIHORREA