Desks

Common misspellings for desks:

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Usage examples for desks

  1. Of course, with so much upon his hands, Mr Tooke had not a moment to spare; and slow or idle boys were sent back to their desks at the first trip or hesitation in their lessons.  The Crofton Boys by Harriet Martineau
  2. There were no men in the establishment except in one room, called the Comptoir, in which were six clerks at their desks.  Valerie by Frederick Marryat
  3. Too much Europeanised I thought it, and the children looked very uncomfortable sitting on high benches in front of desks, instead of squatting, native fashion.  Unbeaten-Tracks-in-Japan by Bird, Isabella L. (Isabella Lucy)
  4. He said that was a good idea, but he would leave it to the ladies to have that done, or to choose for him a book for each of his children, a doll for each girl, and writing- desks, fully furnished, for Max and Lulu.  Grandmother Elsie by Martha Finley
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