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Correct spellings for SDEE

  • bede Cuthbert Bede had also the advantage of seeing Cruikshank at work on that plate of his magazine which will make its two numbers live longer than many a serial which has lasted twenty years.
  • cede Tangier, English cede possession of, 9, 383; drunkenness and vice, 41; North African Mission, 42; shopping in, 118-124; market-place, 121-123; Sunday market, 125-132; salt-pans, 129; English Church at, 132; starting-place for Mekka pilgrims, 192, 196; residence of ambassadors, 205; gaol at, 233; many Frenchmen at, 300
  • de Miss De Voe thought Peter would ask her what it was. Ongaku ni muchuu de Gokigen mitai ne – Let's Be Adult by Pizzicato Five
  • deed The deed distressed him, and he told me a story. Blundering deed. For I, descend from this vault, Now dreams beyond my earthly fault Knowledge, sure, from the seed. – Human Wheels by John Mellencamp
  • deer Going on a little further, directly in front of us a beautiful deer started up from behind a thicket. Like a chicken or a deer But I remember I'm not a listener or a seer – Dumb It Down by lupe fiasco
  • dew I once had a chum who had a habit of whistling me out of bed now and then of a summer morning, when the birds were just awakening, and the dew looked like frost on the grass. Herbs, moistened by Virginian dew, A most untimely grave to strew, – Elegiac Stanzas by William Wordsworth
  • die Oh, I shall die . A thousand daily sects rise up, and die; A thousand more the perish'd race supply: – Religio Laici by John Dryden
  • doe John Doe was streaked with sweat and his flanks were palpitating with fatigue when Lone rode up to the corral and dismounted. But I'm in da suite doe Here my room key go – I'm So Raw by Chris Brown
  • due I know what is due to you as a lady and to myself as a gentleman. Don't despair fame is due I can see a legend in you – Guttersnipe by Unknown Author
  • idea That is a good idea .
  • ode And, finally, there is a section containing poems of impassioned meditation, beginning with the lofty and sustained ode to France, December 1870, and ending with the volcanic volume of Ode s in Contribution to the Song of French History, published in 1900. But it is in the poems of nature that Meredith is most consistent to an attitude, most himself as he would have himself.
  • oder [6] Text at Leipzig 1889 (Das Buch der Erkenntniss der Wahrheit oder der Ursache aller Ursachen): translation (posthumously) at Strassburg 1893.
  • sade
  • safe
  • sage
  • sake
  • sale
  • sate
  • scene
  • sd
  • se
  • sea
  • sec
  • seder
  • sedge
  • see
  • seed
  • seek
  • seem
  • seen
  • seep
  • seer
  • sen
  • sere
  • set
  • sew
  • shed
  • sheet
  • side
  • sidle
  • siege
  • sieve
  • sire
  • site
  • skew
  • sled
  • sleet
  • slew
  • sneer
  • sore
  • speed
  • speer
  • spew
  • sse
  • steed
  • steel
  • steep
  • steer
  • stem
  • step
  • stet
  • stew
  • sue
  • suede
  • suet
  • suez
  • sure
  • swede
  • sweet
  • tee
  • Sided
  • DEA Dea Flavia at first-her musings one wild tangle of hopes, fears and joys-did only vaguely listen for each recurrent cry as it came; and thus, listening and watching, her ears became doubly sensitive and acute, and caught the words more distinctly as they rolled on the currents of the wind that blew them upwards from the arcades of the Forum.
  • Sped
  • Steve
  • Sued
  • Dee Dee, who was helping with the waiting, spied me and gave the assembled company the tip, and before I could get away they grabbed me and pulled me into the room where I had to listen to three rousing cheers for the cook.
  • Sadie
  • Suse
  • sees
  • sides
  • SDI
  • SEQ
  • STE
  • SASE
  • SWED

5 words made from the letters SDEE

  • 3 letter words made from SDEE:

    des, ese, see.
  • 4 letter words made from SDEE:

    sede, seed.