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Correct spellings for DVERT
- advert Now, gentlemen, I certainly need do no more than thus re-advert to the facts in evidence to remove from your minds the slightest suspicion that the defendants ever intended to violate the laws of war or the instructions received from their Government when they received their letter of marque.
- avert All his care and all his skill were required to avert a very visible danger.
- dart Just before this happy moment he had heard a shot fired somewhere in the forest, and as he hurried toward the sound he saw an animal dart into the hut, as if for shelter.
- davit At last he tried to close his starting eyes, and hide from his distorted vision the horrible resemblance of the davit above him to the gallows, as he swung to and fro by the rope.
- deft Among his other gifts he had a physical gift of inestimable value for such work as ours-namely, a splendid hand-a large, muscular, well-shaped, and most workman-like hand, whose long deft fingers could move with equal ease and certainty in all directions.
- devote "I believe it, sir, and that is what I fear; therefore the principal object of my visit here is to devote myself entirely to the study of the French language.
- devout He was a deeply religious and devout man, and during an illness of the clerk took his place in Church, which was more important when there was no choir and the singers sat in the gallery.
- diet Of all medical powers, diet is the most important, for it is constant by night and day, whether waking or sleeping.
- dirt Albert was driving down a dirt road with a full load of freight.
- diver And where is the diver so stout to go- I ask ye again-to the deep below?
- divert Or could that expedition be a jest of the enemy to divert my attention?
- divest We continued this service on the 30th also, and took numbers of poor creatures who had been engaged in yesterday's operations, but who had not yet been able totally to divest themselves of their military habiliments, although apparently anxious to do so.