Common misspellings for Does:

desir, diser, des, dowes, dows, dees, dephs, diesl, joes, noets, widoes, doyu, videoes, dottes, doogs, 21days, oes, dosis, doea, sdose, desigh, diease, dogers, dourse, dosal, diseae, dors, doobee, doms, doesn, duies, doofus, dooers, dorves, doars, douxo, denoes, odoes, dorres, diese, doree, douts, doasn, doesn'e, dayzee, doirs, dsoes, kudoes, deise, vidoes, dhose, dease, doosey, doesen, deasr, 2days, dsease, desey, dores, doezn, dres, doeas, doush, dones, toius, 60days, does, dteh, deoes, 15days, doces, dommes, dops, doosr, dosum, dorps, deomes, doese, doesage, dooors, diesal, doase, 5dayes, dougs, dney, duece, dacer, boes, idaes, doobs's, doen, doores, deos, dolers, does't, dooes, qotes, idoes, doas, 3days, toese, doasge, diobey, tohse, diocs, douce, deser, dpes, dozey, docus, go'es, dws's, docyor, doasap, defoes, dosege, d'oerves, deses, ntoes, diesae, doeur, 11days, doesa, doosie, diosce, domers, desie, duser, doobs, doen's, dosre, voews, goe's, loes, tjose, diesea, demoes, vidioes, doesn'y, dasey, dorse, dosig, doed, doaes, dowles, poes, coes, toser, 6days, doeds, dourves, do'ers, dieas, dmeo, soes, toehrs, doughs, deies, 7days, diesm, diesle, dceo, quoes, doesm, toves, 14days, doutes, moes, dosese, dtws, touse, dties, ddoors, dihse, tosee, doesd, dioes, deasea, doges, donso, 90days, toest, phoes, dobes, doies, dosse, doess, tyoes, dieseae, toues, ddep, dols, docet, voes, dodds, ddoes, dyfs, dothis, desig, deahs, doos, diose, disel, dioades, dois, docs, doates, drors, doels, dozers, dthese, daesun, doww, dosehe, d'vours, d'oeuves, deers, doens, diesny, doesw, wdoes, 5days, doorsy, dyies, daes, doozy, towes, doem, 30days, tooes, doees, 4days, doeth, sdoes, doews, hedoes, 1940ties, tdoes, doots, doest, dous, doens', dges, dieser, ndoes, dos, doyles, dojo, doezen, doet, dovey, daies, doesn', toyes, doscis, douzen, 10days, 41days, duoxo, dooze, zoes, do''s, doesit, derss, dozzen, dokey, dosen, dots, doues, dooer, dayes, dutoes, diesil, ceo's, d'ourves, diesem, desavu, desac, dioces, dobs, daoes, doee, dmoes, donse, dours, dowsn, djoser, doser, daw's, dowsy, dsee, toois, d hoc, da hoc, dage, dagio, daagio, ddax, dadax, dduce, daduce, dequacy, daequacy, dige, daige, daios, daze, da-ca, dca-ca, dacajao, dcacajao, dacao, dcacao, dache, dcache, dachexia, dcachexia, dachexy, dcachexy, dachi, dcachi, dachou, xoes, d0es, do4s, doex, xdoes, dxoes, cdoes, dcoes, fdoes, dfoes, rdoes, edoes, dkoes, dokes, dloes, dpoes, d0oes, do0es, d9oes, do9es, doers, do4es, doe4s, do3es, doe3s, doezs, doesz, doexs, doesx, Dnes, Doec, Doeq, duees, d oes, do es, doe s.

Usage examples for Does

  1. But it does not matter much now.  Alec Forbes of Howglen by George MacDonald
  2. She does like it.  Kent Knowles: Quahaug by Joseph C. Lincoln
  3. Does he do so?  The Macdermots of Ballycloran by Anthony Trollope
  4. It may be that she does.  Orley Farm by Anthony Trollope