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Correct spelling: Displayed

Common misspellings:

disiplened, disaplend, displaded, displat, taxplayers, disspleased, displyed, didplayed, displayin, displed, dissaplined, dislayed, diaplyed, disaplyed, diployed, displayd, disaplent, desplayed, disaplened, diaplayed, disapepared, disoplined, displated, dplayed, desemploye, displaed, dissplayed, discplined, displayig, displayers, dispalyed, displayes, disoplayed, isplayed, dispacthed, diplayed, displyaed, dispeled, disiplined, displayus, dislpayed, displased, dispplayed, disaplinned, dispayed, deplayed, displined, deplaoyed, disaplship, discplaced.

Examples of usage:

  1. The Babylonians accordingly, perceiving that the deeds which he displayed were in accordance with his words, were very greatly rejoiced and were ready to serve him in all things: and after the lapse of the days which had been agreed upon, he again chose men of the Babylonians and led them out and slew the two thousand men of the troops of Dareios.  The History Of Herodotus Volume 1(of 2) by Herodotus
  2. They displayed all thy charming self to my view.  Jane Talbot by Charles Brockden Brown
  3. However, the departure was not immediate, Lord Keith had taken a fancy to the place and scenery, and wished to see all the lions of the neighbourhood, so that there were various expeditions in the carriages or on horseback, in which he displayed his grand courtesy to Lady Temple, and Rachel enjoyed the colonel's conversation, and would have enjoyed it still more if she had not been tracing a meaning in every attention that he paid her, and considering whether she was committing herself by receiving it.  The Clever Woman of the Family by Charlotte M. Yonge
  4. He displayed no inclination to marry.  The Damnation of Theron Ware by Harold Frederic
  5. Madam, said the doctor, making a bow with an air which displayed his tail- feathers to advantage, let me congratulate you on the charming family you have raised.  Queer-Little-Folks by Stowe, Harriet Beecher
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