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Distrust vs. Mistrust

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Distrustful vs. Mistrustful

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division - correct spelling

division noun
Example: For efficiency, we relied on a division of labor.Example: Send your complaint to the customer-relati...

doctor - correct spelling

doctor noun and verb
Example: My son, the doctor, treats small children. noun
Example: ...

dogma, dogmatic, dogmatize - vocabulary

dogma, dogmatic, dogmatize - noun, adjective, verb  noun
Dogma: a systems of tenets or principles...

dollar - correct spelling

dollar noun
Example: The U.S. dollar is a fiat currency.Example: The newspaper costs a ...

dominant - correct spelling

dominant adjective
Example: She played the dominant role in the company’s success....

Donut vs. Doughnut

Donut vs. DoughnutSpelling differences can create confusions even amongst the most commonly used words in movies, books...

Double Object

An object is the part of a sentence that. It is related to the subject and verb of the sentence and represen...

doubt - correct spelling

doubt verb and noun
Example: We started to doubt our convictions. verb
Example: Her ...

dough - correct spelling

dough noun
Example: She kneaded the dough and baked some fabulous bread.Example: He was broke. He had no ...

doughty - correct spelling

doughty adjective
Example: The doughty soldier charged the enemy’s position....

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dozen - correct spelling

dozen noun and adjective
Example: A dozen should be enough. noun
Example: We or...

Drier vs. Dryer

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drunkenness - correct spelling

drunkenness noun
Not drunkeness.Example: His drunkenness caused him to lose control of the car....

Dual vs. Duel

Dual and duel are a pair of homophones which means that both the words spell and sound almost similar but their meanings are entirely different from each other. Homophones are usual...

dumbbell - correct spelling

dumbbell noun
Not dumbell.Example: The weightlifter used a 100-pound dumbbell.Example: By all accounts, th...

duplicity - vocabulary

duplicity - noun
Deceitfulness in conduct or speech; speaking and acting in two different, opposing ways; a twofold or double quality or state.Note: The adjective dupl...

dyed - correct spelling

dyed verb (past tense and past participle of the verb dye)See died
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