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Correct spellings for DUAKL

  • dag The old man rose, with a: "Well, I suppose we mun ma'e another dag at it," and the men left the house.
  • daily [J. Holiday:] daily, You don't need to be stressin' that, baby – Relax by chamillionaire
  • dakar His clothes were those of Greater Washington, rather than Dakar and West Africa.
  • dale An urchin both vigorous and hale; And so without scruple they called him Ralph Jones. Now Ralph is renowned for the length of his bones; The Magog of Legberthwaite dale. – Rural Architecture by William Wordsworth
  • dali
  • dally Capable men lay hold of the world without hesitation and try to shape their course as best they can; others dally over it, and some doubt even of their own existence.
  • dark But why have you kept me in the dark all this time?
  • darkly "Ah, but it's only ten o'clock," said Katharine darkly .
  • deal She practises a great deal when I am away, and I do my best."
  • decal
  • deckle Ornamentally bound, deckle edges, $1.25. This book is a collection of short tales, characterized by what may be called a spirit of imaginative invention, the possession of which is a rather uncommon gift at the present day.
  • dial He is said to have either invented or at least made known to Greece the construction of the sun-dial.
  • douala
  • drawl The deputy spoke in a low soft drawl .
  • dual The dual ownership set up by the Land Acts was more humane, but in some respects no less absurd and mischievous.
  • ducal In 1573, the Calvinization of Electoral and Ducal Saxony was, apparently, an accomplished fact.
  • duck "Ruth, you're a duck !
  • ducky Here's to you, ducky !
  • duel It was some time before I could make out what he meant when he said two gentlemen had fought a duel because one of them had found the other nasconding in his garden-house.
  • dug If in spring you dig a piece of land that has already been dug in autumn, and then try digging a piece that has not, you will find the first much easier work than the second in all but very sandy soils.
  • duke That's very kind of the Duke .
  • dull Now and then it seems to me that he is a little dull .
  • dully "I see," said Braden dully .
  • duly But it is a great comfort to me to observe that public credit now begins to recover, which gives me the greatest hopes that it will be entirely restored when all the provisions you have made for that end shall be duly put in execution."
  • gal "Let ther ol' gal hev a show.
  • gaul They had all the light gaiety of the Gaul , and, after the manner of their ancestors, were born cooks.
  • quail Not until she asks how I'm gettin' on with my flock of quail did I remember.
  • tackle I'd enjoy giving the boy a hand up, but-he is more than I'd care to tackle alone."
  • talk So I went my way, and let them talk .
  • Cal Meanwhile I'm hanging out with Cal .
  • Del The Jandel locomotive is undoubtedly the last word so far as the construction of an electric locomotive is concerned.
  • Darla
  • ducks These sensible ducks teach us the important lesson that union is strength.
  • dankly
  • KL
  • JUL
  • alsoran

18 words made from the letters DUAKL

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