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Correct spellings for DOLLOW

  • all over map
  • allow 4389. Did he say that you should not allow your boy to go?
  • dally So dally no longer, but mount behind me, for it is full time that I was gone."
  • dell So if you'll jist write to him at Gypsy Dell, by Rington, and ask him to come and see me here, I'm right well sure he'll come and see me at wonst.
  • Della
  • dill Walter Dill Scott, the psychologist, in his excellent book, "Increasing Human Efficiency in Business," gives loyalty and concentration as two of the important factors in human efficiency.
  • Dillon
  • Dilly
  • doily Up the wide stairs, past the transparency of Washington-in the bluest of blue coats, the yellowest of top boots, and an air of making the best of an unsought and rather ridiculous position-we followed the doily upon the head of the pretty chambermaid to our wide, comfortable room, with its formidable, high-curtained beds.
  • dole She is a cottager, and has been to fetch the weekly dole of parish bread that helps to support herself and infirm husband.
  • doll She was the pretty doll he could swing about as a reminder of his one-man school of art.
  • dollar "There are plenty of fellows here," he remarked, "who would cut my throat for a silver dollar, let alone a gold piece."
  • dolled "It's-no, it can't-" "Mabbe," murmured Larry the Bat, "youse'd know him better when he ain't dolled up."
  • Dollie "Dollie is a distant cousin of my husband's sister's husband," she explained precisely.
  • dollop
  • DOLLS
  • dolly
  • dolor
  • dolour Dolour, pouertie, ignominie, prison, banishment, when they come unto him, are made tame.
  • Doyle In the Dublin papers of that morning were two letters of moment-one of them from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
  • dull
  • dully
  • follow
  • hollow
  • most beloved
  • most below
  • tallow
  • Tallowy His cravat, of a lively green, patterned with yellow rockets, warred with his tallowy complexion; his drab-coloured hair hung in clumps; he was growing a beard that sprouted in reddish tufts from the tough hide of his jaws, leaving bare patches between, like the karroo.
  • toll
  • unpositive
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