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Correct spellings for DURSLY

  • busily But the present year saw a change in the constitution of the committee: two or three philanthropic ladies of great conscientiousness began to inquire busily into the working of the soup-kitchen, and they soon found reason to be altogether dissatisfied with Mr. and Mrs. Batterby.
  • daily So I have prayed daily for her, but never judged her. I'd give up my soul if I couldn't sing with you daily I'm not the only girl in love with you it's crazy – Music by Joss Stone
  • daisy Daisy still looked doubtful. Winterlude,Winterlude, my little daisy, Winterlude by the telephone wire, Winterlude, it's makin' me lazy, Come on, sit by the logs in the fire. – WINTERLUDE by Bob Dylan
  • dally At this thought she breathed more freely, in happy ignorance of the fact that Dally was just closing her window, gleefully hoping that there had been a scene.
  • darkly Now she saw him, in a fresh light, though as in a glass darkly , as reflected by Jeanne.
  • dearly "I love music dearly , and I thought perhaps you'd let me come and listen to your playing for a little while.
  • densely Hence the numerous towns, closely pressed together in a confined tract of country; densely crowded with a foreign and native population; fortified near the sea and the great rivers.
  • diesel The cab, or crew or drivers compartment of a diesel or electric locomotive will usually be found either inside a cabin attached to a hood unit or cowl unit locomotive, or forming one of the structural elements of a cab unit locomotive.
  • doily The tray should be spread with a clean napkin or doily .
  • dolly Dolly met his gaze still, and then walked towards him.
  • dorsal The dorsal color varies from dull green to various shades of brown.
  • dorsally The ventral surface of the base is flattened and the ventral surface of the shaft curves slightly ventrally then dorsally to the tip.
  • doubly That was doubly dreadful.
  • dourly "I'll fix him," he muttered dourly .
  • dryly "I know nothing about that," he replied dryly .
  • dual Labat's character was too large for his calling,-expanded naturally beyond the fixed limits of the ecclesiastical life; and throughout the whole active part of his strange career we find in him this dual character of layman and monk.
  • duel Then began a duel between us, in which he continually got the better of me.
  • dull Their lives were very dull .
  • dully Bobby sat down dully .
  • duly How his letters were conveyed I know not; but they were duly presented to me by the woman who attended me.
  • duse
  • dusk After he was gone she sat dreaming till it grew dusk , and wondering what would become of her when Arnold Wayne had married Mrs. Verdon.
  • dusky
  • dust
  • dusty Here and there a straight, dusty road stretched from hill to hill, becoming a thin white line, to disappear in the distance.
  • sly
  • sourly
  • sully
  • surly
  • tarsal Legs rather thick, the outer of the two tarsal claws of the third pair of legs, cleft at the end, anterior tibiae externally sub-tridentate.
  • tersely
  • tousle
  • truly
  • tussle
  • Durst "Who is he, and where is he," cried the king, "That durst presume in his heart to do so?"
  • Dilly Dilly wished she was big enough to dance-her little feet kept patting the turf and keeping time with the fiddle.
  • Direly And they direly needed all the start they could obtain.
  • Ursula
  • Darcy They in their turn parted with it to Sir Edward Darcy .
  • Darryl Butch Byrd (born 1941), AFL Hall of Fame Charles Willing Byrd (1770–1828), first sitting justice on the United States District Court of Ohio Charlie Byrd (1925–1999), jazz guitarist Chris Byrd (born 1970), heavyweight champion in boxing Curley Byrd (1889–1970), American university administrator, educator, athlete, coach, and politician Damiere Byrd (born 1993), American football player Darryl Byrd (born 1960), American football player David Edward Byrd (born 1941), an American graphic designer and painter Dennis Byrd (1966–2016), American football player Donald Byrd (1932–2013), jazz trumpeter Harry Byrd (baseball) (1925–1985) Harry F.
  • Dorsey But Watchman Dorsey , though he commanded and pushed, was not able to make any impression.
  • Dudley "What has Brother Dudley go to do with it?...
  • Daryl Cam Burgess (1919–1978), English footballer (soccer) Charlie Burgess (born 1880), English footballer (soccer) Christian Burgess (born 1991), English footballer (soccer) Daryl Burgess (born 1971), English footballer (soccer) Herbert Burgess (1883–1954), English football player Joanne Burgess (born 1979), Australian footballer (soccer) Kevin Burgess (born 1988), British footballer (soccer) Lyndon Burgess (born 1980), Bermuda footballer (soccer) Mac Burgess, English football manager Nenita Burgess (born 1985), Australian footballer (soccer) Oliver Burgess (born 1981), English footballer (soccer) Romelle Burgess (born 1982), Barbadian footballer (soccer) Stuart Burgess (born 1962), Scottish footballer (soccer) Tyrell Burgess (born 1986), Bermudan footballer (soccer) Basketball Chris Burgess (born 1979), American basketball player Franklin D.
  • Darla Canon characters in the novel include: Buffy, Angel, Giles, Xander, Willow, Darla and Angelus.
  • dulls There is in some natures so great a hoard of generosity, that it often dulls their acuteness.
  • drolly "It was interesting, drolly interesting....
  • duos During the supporting tour of Beat about the Bush that followed its release, the band met engineer-producer Gerard O'Farrell, whom they hired for their live performances, and he became Show of Hands' manager within the year, producing the duos subsequent album Lie of the Land in July 1995.
  • TESL
  • DUES They call this collection their dues, no less."
  • duels Two hundred duels , Mr. Herder!

21 words made from the letters DURSLY

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