What is the correct spelling for DOLD?
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Correct spellings for DOLD
- bold "Is he bold , strong, fierce, open-hearted?
- cold You-you are so-so strange and cold .
- dod The argument would have been perfect if the engine had produced something else than numbers; if, as Professor Dod supposes, "while watching Mr. Babbage's machine, presenting to us successive numbers by the revolution of its plates, we should suddenly see one of those plates resolving itself into types, and these types arranging themselves in the order of a page of 'Paradise Lost,' or even of 'The Vestiges of Creation;'-in such a case, there might have been something in the argument; but even then, the withering question remains, Is there any man in his senses who would not immediately conclude that some new cause was now at work?"
- dole It was at the invitation of Deacon Dole , the teacher of that Bible-class, that I consented to become his pupil, and it was at his special request that I brought forward my views to the consideration of the class.
- doll My dear old doll !
- dolt Ye foolish dolt , ye were to seek, ere we had got our ground; Therefore his tale so doubtful was that I could not perceive it.
- fold 8. Fold the dish cloth and hang it to dry.
- gold "You shall have what you ask and all my gold beside," said he.
- hold Whether or no, they will not let him hold on."
- mold They seemed to have hopes that they might in some way mold Lyon to their wishes as they had Harney, and sought an interview with him.
- old R56835. How old ...
- sold "Sold-not gave-" "Oh, don't spare me!
- wold Mark had taken the direction of Wychford, and when he reached the bridge at the bottom of the road from Wych-on-the-Wold he thought he would turn aside and visit the Greys whom he had not seen for a long time.
- Doled Her letters for three years past had remained unanswered, and she would have been exposed to the horrors of the most abject want, but for a pittance quarterly doled out to her by her cousin in England.
- Told I like hevin' it to do,' she told me.