Debris

Common misspellings for debris:

debis, debrif, deliris, debrie, debry, deris, daquris, debirs, debbies, derbis, debre, debreif, dabri, debri, deburr, debree, debbis, degrss, dubais, dabree, debroom, detrose, diebedies, debrees, fabris, debried, depris, twobrs, debbi's, debnies, debotrs, beberes, bebris, dubris, bedrs, debrs, desbribe, debbbire, peterboroughs, dubrie, debries, debres, dibris, devries, debrit, edinbrugh's, debrise, debotrious, debrys, tbhis, dibries, drbris, debrea, deprise, debths, derise, debrooms, tiberius, dedris, debreis, dbris, debria, debrey, debies, deborahs, debrisr, debrite, deodrise, sebris, xebris, cebris, febris, rebris, eebris, dwbris, dsbris, ddbris, d4bris, d3bris, devris, denris, dehris, degris, debeis, debdis, debfis, debtis, deb5is, deb4is, debrus, debrjs, debrks, debros, debr9s, debr8s, debriz, debrix, debrid, debriw, sdebris, dsebris, xdebris, dxebris, cdebris, dcebris, fdebris, dfebris, rdebris, drebris, edebris, deebris, dwebris, dewbris, desbris, ddebris, dedbris, derbris, d4ebris, de4bris, d3ebris, de3bris, devbris, debvris, denbris, debnris, dehbris, debhris, degbris, debgris, deberis, debdris, debrdis, debfris, debrfis, debtris, debrtis, deb5ris, debr5is, deb4ris, debr4is, debruis, debrius, debrjis, debrijs, debrkis, debriks, debrois, debrios, debr9is, debri9s, debr8is, debri8s, debrias, debrisa, debrizs, debrisz, debrixs, debrisx, debrids, debrisd, debriws, debrisw, ebris, edbris, dberis, debrsi, debbris, debrris, debriis, debriss, debris, tebris, lebris, dmbris, dabris, dgbris, derris, dejris, defris, decris, deb2is, debzis, debvis, debpis, debsis, debras, debrms, debrhs, debri3, debric, debriq, debrir, debrayes, debreyes, d ebris, de bris, deb ris, debr is, debri s.

Usage examples for debris

  1. The table was piled with half- eaten dishes and dirty plates, the debris of last night's dinner.  The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge by Arthur Conan Doyle
  2. The heat inside must have been terrific, for all the features of the church had disappeared, and we were surrounded by merely a mass of debris.  A Surgeon in Belgium by Henry Sessions Souttar
  3. All these mammals live in societies and nations sometimes numbering hundreds of thousands of individuals, although now, after three centuries of gunpowder civilization, we find but the debris of the immense aggregations of old.  Mutual Aid A Factor of Evolution by kniaz' Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin
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