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Alphabetical List of Entries

~ D ~

D, Is a consonant nearly approaching in sound to T, but formed by a stronger appulse of the tongue to the upper part of the mouth. The sound of D in English is uniform, and it is never mute.

D
Da Capo
Dab (noun)
Dab (verb)
Dab-chick
Dabble (verb active)
Dabble (verb neuter)
Dabbler
Dace
Dactyle
Dad
Daddy
Daedal
Daffodil
Daffodilly
Daffodowndilly
Daft
Dag (noun)
Dag (verb)
Dagger
Daggersdrawing
Daggle (verb active)
Daggle (verb neuter)
Daggledtail
Daily (adjective)
Daily (adverb)
Daintily
Daintiness
Dainty (adjective)
Dainty (noun)
Dairy
Dairymaid
Daisy
Dale
Dalliance
Dallier
Dallop
Dally (verb active)
Dally (verb neuter)
Damn
Damnable
Dandle
Dandler
Dandruff
Danewort
Danger (noun)
Danger (verb)
Dar
Dart (noun 1)
Dart (noun 2)
 Daw
Death
Deaurate
Deauration
Debacchation
Debarb
Debt
Debtor
Debullition
Decacuminated
Decade
December
Dedecorate
Dedecoration
Deem (noun)
Deem (verb)
Defailance
Defalcate
Defalcation
Defalk
Defective
Defective Nouns
Defective Verb
Deficient
Deficient Nouns
Deficient Numbers
Deficient Verbs
Defile (noun)
Defile (verb active)
Defile (verb neuter)
Defilement
Defiler
Delf
Delfe
Delicate
Democracy
Demonocracy
Dendrology
Depauperate
Desiderate
Dew (noun)
Dewbesprent
Diaeresis
Diagram
Dialect
Diamond
Dictionary
Didder
Dingle
Dis
 Discretion
Discretive
Discriminate
Discrimination
Discursive
Distain
Distrain (verb active)
Distrain (verb neuter)
Distrainer
Distraint
Distress (noun)
Distress (verb)
Distressful
Do (verb active)
Doctor (noun)
Dodecatemorion
Doll
Dominator
Doodle
Door
Dove
Down (adverb)
Draw (verb active)
Dray
Draycart
Dread (adjective)
Dread (noun)
Dread (verb active)
Dread (verb neuter)
Drift (noun)
Drift (verb)
Drive (verb active)
Drive (verb neuter)
Dromedary
Drop (noun)
Drum (noun)
Drum (verb)
Dry (adjective)
Dry (verb active)
Dry (verb neuter)
Dubitable
Dubitation
Due (adjective)
Dulcify
Dyscrasy
Dysentery
Dyspepsy
Dysphony
Dyspnoea
Dysury

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