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Correct spellings for DUDTY

  • daddy "Daddy," she said softly.
  • ddt
  • deity Yet he was never so long from home before in his life; has seen nothing, but has read a few books, and has been permitted to converse with this all intelligent deity.
  • dirty The comfort of this dirty old barn, of these fires, of this bare ground is so great that we cannot rest, we cannot sleep, we cannot do anything.
  • ditty Upon his top, While Pan in boastful strain the tender nymphs Pleas'd with his notes, and on his wax-join'd reeds A paltry ditty play'd; boldly he dar'd To place his own above Apollo's song.
  • dotty "I'm going to tell you something," said Dotty, grimly, "but you mustn't tell mamma.
  • duct In pine, many of the pith rays are larger than the majority, each containing a whitish line, the horizontal resin duct, which, though much smaller, resembles the vertical ducts on the cross-section.
  • dud I'm dud-dashed if I do!
  • dude Lots of folks that run dude ranches make more than they could raising hay.
  • duds The men gazed at it in silence, and then the one single expression broke from their lips,- "Her duds!"
  • duet With Benedict he played a Mozart duet at the Duchess of Sutherland's.
  • dust Bingham is dead now; peace to his dust.
  • dusty Wish it wasn't so dusty, though-look at my boots!
  • duty I have but done my duty.
  • nudity Clothes are of little consideration in a climate like this, and consequently nudity is the rule.
  • Dudley There had never been a Dudley, male or female, who had not received a complete college course.
  • dudes It's a darn wonder more of these fool dudes out here ain't been killed.
  • duets Often in the evenings they played cards, sang duets from a book of old songs, or read.
  • DDTS
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