What is the correct spelling for DYSNEY?

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Correct spellings for DYSNEY

  • dane Dane watched the medic's eyelids blink slowly.
  • dense Soon Siegmund and Helena were shut alone within the dense wide fog.
  • deny Do not deny it, sir; here is the evidence-a small piece of your letter to her.
  • designed It was also decided to issue a new stamp of the value of four cents, a denomination not previously in use, and designed to cover two rates of letter postage.
  • dicey =Dicey, Edward Stephen.
  • dine Up, and betimes by water from the Tower, and called at the Old Swan for a glass of strong water, and sent word to have little Michell and his wife come and dine with us to-day; and so, taking in a gentleman and his lady that wanted a boat, I to Westminster.
  • diner After a hasty wash I entered the coffee-room, and found that I was the sole diner save a short, funny, little old lady in black bonnet and cape, and a young, rather pretty, well-dressed girl, whom I took to be her daughter, seated at a table a little distance away.
  • dingy It was low-ceiled and dingy .
  • disney Disney feature films containing segments based on fairy tales -* and 2
  • done And you think I have done my duty?
  • donne Two prime donne and a celebrated contralto had already sung.
  • dose I think you're right, doctor; Nelson needs a dose of farming.
  • downy In the middle of this downy mass hangs a fine, silk, thimble-shaped purse, closed with a movable lid.
  • dozen And I really do not know the names of a dozen people.
  • dune I was immensely surprised, because I'd always thought you very good friends-as good friends as you ever are with any one, Dune .
  • duse
  • sidney
  • sydney
  • taney
  • tyson
  • dosing However, ceftriaxone has the advantage of once-daily dosing , whereas the shorter half-life of cefotaxime necessitates two or three daily doses for efficacy.
  • Dorsey He had not whimpered at the loss of the twenty-five hundred dollars Dorsey won from him on the race.
  • Duane The Deed was given on the 6th day of September, 1836, by John Jacob Astor, Ramsey Crooks, Emily Crooks, Robert Stewart and Eliza Stewart, and was executed by James Duane Doty, their attorney.
  • Dyson
  • Danny Why, Danny , it would be absurd to think that I couldn't play right now, just because Dick isn't to be against us on Franklin Field."
  • Denny "I know that any vile tale you can believe about a Labour leader you do, father," said George Denny , with dignity.
  • Donny The Closer I Get to You" is a romantic ballad performed by African American jazz, soul, R&B, and folk singer-songwriter Roberta Flack and African American soul musician Donny Hathaway.
  • Dunne He then disclosed a remarkable sight to Dunne .
  • Diane My brother, who has not been parted from her since her arrival in France, knows the grief that Madame Diane caused your mother.
  • dines As we see him in this business, this man is unlike any other: he is also never corrupt but he is cruel; he never dines without creating a famine; he does not take from the loose superfluity of standing greatness, but falls upon the indigent, the oppressed, and ruined; he takes to himself double what would maintain them.
  • DANES The Danes , who held long and secure possession of England, great part of Scotland, and Normandy, were never able to occupy permanently any part of Ireland more than a day's march from the chief stations of their fleets.
  • denser The denser the forest-as, for example, where it consists of spike-leaved trees, or is thickly intermixed with them-the more obvious is its effect, and no one can have passed from the field to the wood in cold, windy weather, without having remarked it.
  • dunes What danger could there be among the "dunes?"

27 words made from the letters DYSNEY