What is the correct spelling for DORSE?
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Correct spellings for DORSE
- dos El nido contiene dos huevecitos.
- dose You've had too long a dose without the right kind of relaxation.
- doss This is a doss -house, this is.
- douse All you do is douse the lights and feel sure nothin's going to happen until breakfast.
- dowse A skipper gray, whose eye's were dim, Could tell by tasting, just the spot, And so below, he'd "dowse the glim,"- After, of course, his "something hot."
- dowser But I Never before so noted her- Sollers: What he said, The dowser !
- doze The train swept onward, and he began to doze .
- duse I gave them Duse just to show them how swell I was myself; which shows what a ninny I was.
- gorse It was a perfect autumn day, he thought, like one of those he had spent there last year; the heather and the gorse were in flower, and the air was redolent from their blossoms; he commented on this to the person at his side, who told him it was always so there.
- horse "Oisin got down off his horse and then lifted the Princess down, and they went into the palace.
- morse But the luck was all with Morse .
- norse The Edinburgh girls are very forward, not like the Norse girls, who are modest and retiring in their ways.
- terse It might be advisable to introduce here a sketch of contemporary poetry contributed by Mr. Hilbery, and thus terse and learned and altogether out of keeping with the rest, but Mrs. Hilbery was of opinion that it was too bare, and made one feel altogether like a good little girl in a lecture-room, which was not at all in keeping with her father.
- torso His torso was a mass of old and, for the main part, improperly sewn scars.
- worse 10,333. If they had turned out a little worse , would the men have taken less for their fish?
- Does What does Vereker say?
- Dorsey "Mrs. Dorsey was here this afternoon," said she, with enthusiasm which, to Dory's acute perceptions, seemed slightly exaggerated, in fact, forced, "and offered us her house for a year, just to have somebody in it whom she could trust to look after things.
- doors Just then, probably, she is thinking about nothing at all; but if you were to turn her out of doors into the cold, and shut the door in her face, she would instantly begin to think, "How can I best get in again?"
- DOERS Benton, true to certain of his states-rights theories and in pursuance of his policy of antagonism to Great Britain, warmly supported the attitude of New York, alleging that the United States had no right to interfere with her disposal of McLeod; and asserting that while if the citizens of one country committed an outrage upon another it was necessary to apply to the sovereign for redress, yet that if the wrong-doers came into the country which had been aggrieved they might be seized and punished; and he exultingly referred to Jackson's conduct at the time of the first Seminole War, when he hung off-hand two British subjects whom he accused of inciting the Indians against us, Great Britain not making any protest.
- TORS Sire, replied Gadiffer, it is so; ask Le Tors .
- Dorset 28. Dorset , Duke of, English ambassador to France, iii.