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Correct spellings for DOUN'T

  • a rush
  • aunt That meant, then, that he would arrive home about half-past ten, and there would be his aunt and his grandfather and his father sitting up waiting for him.
  • bounty She therefore thanked Miss Carew for her bounty, and begged to relinquish her post of companion.
  • bunt The Ustilagines include the smuts and bunt of corn-plants, the Uredines include the red rusts of wheat and grasses.
  • CONT
  • count In the long run it is the Shelleys and Whitmans and Ibsens that count.
  • county It is to get the county people to meet George Throckmorton.
  • dainty The boy was holding her hand, and pressing close to the folds of her dainty gown.
  • dante Mr. Hope-Scott himself said of her, that if she lay down on the sofa in the afternoon to enjoy a few hours of Dante or Tasso, you might be sure that every note had been answered, every account set down and carefully backed up, every domestic matter thoroughly arranged.
  • daunt There can be no doubt that the problems, obstacles and challenges which have faced the well-tried, long suffering, swiftly maturing community have been formidable, and in some instances, such as to daunt their spirit and discourage their efforts.
  • daunts
  • Demount
  • dent And now-Dent in love.
  • despotizing
  • didn't
  • dint By dint of careful inquiry, he got hold of the entire story, not merely of Dorothy's accident, but of the part she had played in Ralph Penlogan's accident.
  • Docent
  • doesn't
  • Doing What have I been doing?
  • dolt He went to the mantel, took a cigar, and lit it, and turned to me indignantly: "You smoke-producing dolt, why are you silent?
  • don That's what I don't like about her.
  • don't
  • Dona
  • donate He glanced with awe at the natty young woman in white linen who presided at the desk, and wanted intensely to put his flowers behind him and back out of the door rather than approach and ask for the lady to whom he wished to donate them.
  • done That is what is done at Fetlar.
  • Donn The voice that sang was the voice of the head of Donn-bo.
  • donna I have never heard the phrase applied to a lady, and, perhaps, donna antica might be held to bear a double sense.
  • donne For an Historiographer discourseth of affayres orderly as they were donne, accounting as well the times as the actions; but a Poet thrusteth into the middest, even where it most concerneth him, and there recoursing to the thinges forepaste, and divining of thinges to come, maketh a pleasing Analysis of all.
  • Donned
  • Donny
  • DONS
  • DONUTS
  • Dost Dost thou think- Hans Lorbass.
  • dot Indeed, the only bits of color about Dot that showed were her deep blue eyes and rosy lips.
  • doubt Of that she could have no doubt.
  • doughnut And then he remembered being six years old standing with another dirty boy in front of the Dunkin Doughnut shop near a mall in Ayutthaya looking through the glass window that was a partition between them and the customers who were inside.
  • down 14,854. And you did go down and pay your money?
  • downed Our coach is a dandy, a chap named Robey; played with Brown the year they downed Pennsy; and he's been building up this year's team ever since he started in.
  • downy He's a downy old bird.
  • duct Their limbs knocked against the walls of the narrow duct.
  • duet A moment later the opening bars of a duet were audible.
  • dun Three fragments of this story exist in the Book of the Dun Cow.
  • dune There was only one fellow there I ever saw him knock under to-a man called Dune-and he was out and away exceptional anyhow, at games and work and everything.
  • dung Cattle-tracks were again numerous, and cow-dung abundant, an article in much request with us just then, its smoke being a valuable specific for keeping off the mosquitoes, when a little of it was burnt before a tent.
  • dunk And when I did think of Dinky-Dunk I had to laugh.
  • Dunn
  • DUNS Creditors had the assurance to shower duns upon him and cruelly reduced him to misery and want.
  • dust But let me make a list, an' even the dust-cloths'll come back home."
  • font There were the remains of an old broken font, and a neat white marble one, of which the tradition was that it was given by a parish clerk named David Fidler, and it still exists as the lining of the present font.
  • fount You may think I'm a perpetual fount of ideas, but I'm not.
  • hunt "You're right, sir," observed Hunt.
  • Mont
  • more formed
  • mount Then they turned to leave the mount of death.
  • ONT
  • punt He finished himself off yesterday, so far as I'm concerned, with the business about the punt."
  • runt But along side him, I'm a runt.
  • stunt "I didn't know the police went in for that sort of stunt.
  • taunt It was at this moment that Scarthe had flung out his taunt, about the glove in the hat of his antagonist.
  • tent "I was awake before then and even wanted to come out of the tent, but-" "But what?"
  • tint When A. cothurnata is yellowish at all it is a different tint of yellow and then only a tinge of yellow at the center.
  • tnt
  • tout Though I have ever loved women, en tout bien et tout honneur, their ways have never ceased from causing me mystification.
  • Won't
  • wont She noticed that he took both of her hands in his and held them longer than was his wont.
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