What is the correct spelling for DWRAF?

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Correct spellings for DWRAF

  • dare I dare not swear. That's my dare You got a girl but you touchin' me Like you don't care Baby you do you but just don't – Truth or Dare by n.e.r.d.
  • deaf When he was arrested he feigned to be deaf and dumb.
  • deary "And it will be impossible for her not to love you, Deary ," exclaimed Ann, wiping her eyes.
  • decaf
  • defray I have nothing but a few dresses and some linen, which I should have been compelled to sell to defray my expenses if I had not been lucky enough to inspire the son of the landlord with the deepest love.
  • diary He opened a cupboard, and produced from it his diary of the preceding year.
  • dirac
  • dowry Perhaps the Fosses, now this has happened and they see how much in earnest the blessed creatures are, will sell some of their stock in California gold-mines and afford the dowry you spoke of.
  • drab And she accomplished it, though many times her hands dropped idle and her eyes peered out of her window at the drab slides of the old mountain.
  • draft The last time the usual draft was not paid.
  • drafty There were places, in canyon- and pocket-drifts, where they crossed snow hundreds of feet deep, and they crossed tiny glaciers, in drafty rifts, wind-scurried and bare of any snow.
  • drag "O'Dowd, you haven't the heart to drag her back to that beast of a-" "Hold hard!
  • dram He was taking his third dram with a friend, who was telling him a long story about the purchase of a hamper of potatoes.
  • draw I imagine him dead, and that nothing can draw him nearer to me.
  • dray The keep per day of a powerful dray -horse, working five days in the week, would not exceed half-a-crown, and two such would unquestionably do more work than any elephant under the present system.
  • drear For all the cold and the early morning drear , for all he was of the life of the desolate shores of Seal Bay, for all the comings and goings of the men of the trails, for whom he mostly entertained a more or less profound contempt, for Alroy Leclerc there was still a fascination attached to the mysterious beyond to which these people belonged.
  • drift We have now about six hours to pass before daylight; and, according to my calculation, we have only about three hours more drift .
  • dry We shall have to wait till it's dry ."
  • dwarf You know you would not let me change your chemise even if I were a dwarf ."
  • raf
  • ref
  • rf
  • Dora
  • Duran
  • DRAT
  • DEF
  • RIF
  • abbes

17 words made from the letters DWRAF