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daughter

Definition of daughter:

Common misspellings:

  • daughther (2.5%)
  • daught (2.2%)
  • daugthers (0.1%)
  • dughter (2.2%)
  • daughte (0.8%)
  • dautgher (0.3%)
  • doughther (0.1%)
  • daighter (0.7%)
  • daughetr (0.5%)
  • doughter (8.5%)
  • doghter (0.1%)
  • duaghter (7.8%)
  • daugter (8.5%)
  • dauther (6.5%)
  • daughers (0.1%)
  • dauhter (0.9%)
  • doaughter (0.1%)
  • daguhter (0.1%)
  • daugther (30.3%)
  • daufgher (0.2%)
  • daghter (1.6%)
  • dd (0.1%)
  • dagetr (0.1%)
  • daughtor (1.2%)
  • daughtre (0.2%)
  • daugheter (1.4%)
  • daughtar (0.2%)
  • duahgter (0.1%)
  • dougther (0.5%)
  • saughter (0.1%)
  • duagther (0.4%)
  • daughert (0.1%)
  • daugher (17.5%)
  • dauter (0.6%)
  • daughre (0.2%)
  • dougter (0.2%)
  • daughtes (0.2%)
  • daughhter (0.1%)
  • daugeter (0.1%)
  • preganat (0.1%)
  • daughts (0.1%)
  • daughetre (0.1%)
  • daughtr (0.2%)
  • daugfhter (0.1%)
  • daoughter (0.7%)
  • daougther (0.1%)
  • dauchter (0.1%)
  • daugh (0.1%)
  • daughted (0.1%)
  • daughtert (0.1%)
  • daugteher (0.1%)
  • dauhgters (0.1%)
  • davghter (0.1%)
  • deughts (0.1%)
  • dragther (0.2%)

Usage examples for daughter:

  • And this, I said, this is my mother's daughter "The Brother of Daphne" – Dornford Yates
  • The daughter asked sharply, " Why not?" "The Black Robe" – Wilkie Collins
  • My mother was the daughter of a chief. "Audrey" – Mary Johnston
  • If she weren't your daughter you'd know it. "The Tin Soldier" – Temple Bailey

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