What is the correct spelling for DIOCOCEN?

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Correct spellings for DIOCOCEN

  • cozen The Tither replied, 'Tis well: I go to the man whom I purpose to tithe and cozen him and feign to be busied with certain business, so that I seclude myself therewith from the people; and meanwhile the man is squeezed with the foulest of extortion, till naught of money is left him.
  • deacon Sit down until I find Deacon Roberts's relish whatever.
  • dickens I don't know what the dickens I'm getting all worked up over it for.
  • diction Formerly treatises were written about curved lines, elegant diction , etc.
  • diocesan She wished that during the years at home instead of writing all those diocesan letters she had ripely reflected on the Conjugalities.
  • diogenes "Well, you see," said Diogenes sarcastically, "my pockets are cleaned out and my lantern is gone!
  • dioxide The usual interchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the tissues could not take place.
  • dioxin
  • discern Nor did she notice any abnormal satisfaction on Mr. Fenwick's countenance as he came into the drawing-room by himself, such as one might discern in a hen-if hens had countenances-after a special egg.
  • disown The charm, which he had tried to disown , when under the effect of it, the beauty, the character, the aloofness, which he had been determined not to feel, now possessed him wholly; and when, as happened by the nature of things, he had exhausted his memory, he went on with his imagination.
  • dozen I should think every man about town a dozen years ago must know him.
  • tocsin The tocsin is now sounding!
  • Deccan The natives in the valleys at the foot of the Ghauts, who have always been a semi-independent race, ready to rob whenever they saw a chance, were great friends with the Dacoits and supplied them with provisions whenever the hunt on the Deccan was too hot to make raids in that direction.
  • Dickson Charlotte Dickson and William Bonynge, translators.

97 words made from the letters DIOCOCEN