Common misspellings for dye:

dme, goddbye, dayte, hye, doyu, dey, godbye, dge, tiedye, gye, dayle, drye, tyep, dayzee, dtae, tyedye, todya, dae, dteh, dayed, dte, dre, dayely, wdie, 5dayes, daef, dney, dvae, diyer, diyd, dthey, quoye, deryer, dve, dymo, dle, diyed, 2ndyear, dne, defye, dyig, daye, dee, dyle, dya, dayf, tye, mye, votye, voye, dyno, dmeo, dayz, dyper, dceo, dthe, dy, pye, doyou, htye, tyhey, dyi, dymb, dys, dse, ddryer, dyied, ddep, dde, ratye, tyime, kye, tiyer, dayum, divya, dayor, tyear, tpye, dayof, dyies, dayshe, dwyane, dyour, dhe, d0ne, gudbye, oyu, denye, datye, dayes, dbe, dayu, dayw, 7de5, de13, cye, dyd, eeye, jyee, nyeo, dsee, tyeh, tyey, wye, yyyyyyyyyyyya, dyou, sye, xye, eye, d6e, dyw, dy4, dy3, sdye, dsye, xdye, dxye, cdye, dcye, fdye, dfye, rdye, edye, deye, dtye, dyte, dgye, dyge, dhye, dyhe, d7ye, dy7e, d6ye, dy6e, dywe, dyew, dyes, dy4e, dye4, dy3e, dye3, yde, ddye, dyye, dyee, lye, d ye, dy e.

Usage examples for dye

  1. She knew how to Card and Weave and Dye.  Ade's Fables by George Ade
  2. American cotton they spin, and dye, and weave into substantial cloth; Belgian iron they melt and cast into bells; and from their native soil they dig the clay which they mould into earthenware.  The Book of Khalid by Ameen Rihani
  3. His face was painted in the most horrible manner, with a ground of deep red, formed from the dye of the pocone root, and variegated with streaks of blue, yellow and green.  Hansford: A Tale of Bacon's Rebellion by St. George Tucker