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dangerous

Definition of dangerous:

Common misspellings:

  • dangesuse (0.3%)
  • dangerious (21.0%)
  • dangerouse (15.1%)
  • dangerius (0.3%)
  • dangeroys (0.3%)
  • dangeorus (9.4%)
  • dangersous (0.5%)
  • dangours (0.4%)
  • dangeour (0.1%)
  • dangerus (5.6%)
  • dnagerous (0.4%)
  • dangeous (2.9%)
  • dangereous (2.5%)
  • dangrous (10.3%)
  • dangouras (0.3%)
  • dangrouse (0.3%)
  • dangous (0.1%)
  • dangeours (0.4%)
  • dangeruse (0.4%)
  • danerouse (0.3%)
  • dengerlous (0.3%)
  • dagerous (3.1%)
  • dangeurous (0.3%)
  • danerous (1.2%)
  • dengerous (2.9%)
  • dangoures (0.4%)
  • dangerouys (0.8%)
  • dangourous (1.6%)
  • danderouse (0.3%)
  • dangorous (2.1%)
  • danjerous (0.3%)
  • danergous (1.2%)
  • dangerour (0.3%)
  • whacth (0.1%)
  • dandrous (0.3%)
  • dangeruos (0.4%)
  • danderous (0.9%)
  • dangeros (1.2%)
  • dangourus (1.1%)
  • dangarous (0.4%)
  • dngerous (0.3%)
  • dangour (0.1%)
  • danagerous (1.1%)
  • dangerouis (0.3%)
  • dangures (0.1%)
  • dangorus (2.4%)
  • dangurous (0.8%)
  • dangeroues (0.8%)
  • dangeres (0.4%)
  • dangaros (0.3%)
  • dangerou (0.5%)
  • damagerous (0.3%)
  • damgerous (0.3%)
  • dandrus (0.1%)
  • dangeress (0.3%)
  • dangeriouse (0.4%)
  • dangerosu (0.3%)
  • danguros (0.3%)
  • dangurus (0.5%)
  • dangwerous (0.3%)
  • denagerous (0.3%)

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Trochee
Part of Speech:
Noun

A metrical foot of two syllables, so called from its tripping or joyous character: in L. verse, consisting of a long and a short, as numen: in E. verse, of an accented and unaccented syllable, as tripod. ...

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