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LETTER D
 dab
 
1001    
strike, slap, box
 dabble
 
1000    
wet, spatter, sprinkle, moisten, dip, soak
 dabbler
 
1000    
sciolist, quack, superficial meddler
 dabchick
 
1000    
didapper, dobchick, little grebe
 dabster
 
1000    
expert, adept, dab
 dace
 
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dar, dare, dart
 dad
 
1000    
father
 daddy-long-legs
 
1000    
father-long-legs, cranefly
 dado
 
1000    
die, cube of a pedestal
 daedalian
 
1000    
intricate, maze-like, mazy, daedal
 daffadilly
 
1000    
daffodil, narcissus
 daffodil
 
1000    
narcissus, daffadilly, daffadowndilly, affodil, asphodel
 daft
 
1000    
stupid, silly, foolish, delirious, insane, absurd
 dagger
 
1001    
poniard, dirk, stiletto
 daggle
 
1000    
draggle, bemire, befoul, soil, dirty
 daggle-tail
 
1000    
slattern, slut, sloven, draggle-tail, slovenly person
 daily
 
1000    
diurnal, quotidian
 dainty
 
1000    
delicious, savory, nice, delicate, tender, palatable, luscious, toothsome
 dale
 
1000    
vale, valley, bottom, dell, glen, dingle
 dalliance
 
1000    
caressing, fondling, endearments, billing and cooing
 dally
 
1000    
trifle, dawdle, lose time, waste time, idle away time, fritter away time
 daltonism
 
1000    
color-blindness
 dam
 
1000    
mother, female parent
 damage
 
1000    
injury, harm, hurt, detriment, mischief, loss
 damages
 
1000    
indemnity, satisfaction, fine, forfeiture
 damask-plum
 
1000    
damson
 dame
 
1000    
mistress, matron, lady, madam
 damn
 
1000    
condemn, judge to be guilty
 damnable
 
1000    
odious, detestable, execrable, hateful, abominable, outrageous, atrocious, cursed, accursed
 damnatory
 
1000    
condemnatory
 damp
 
1000    
moisture, vapor, fog, dampness dank
 dampen
 
1000    
moisten, damp
 damper
 
1000    
check, hindrance, obstacle, impediment, lion in the way
 dampness
 
1000    
moisture damp, n
 damsel
 
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maiden, maid, girl, lass, lassie, miss, young lady
 damson
 
1000    
damask-plum
 dance
 
1000    
measured movement, figured and rhythmic motion, "poetry of motion"
 dandiprat
 
1000    
dwarf, little fellow
 dandle
 
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dance, toss up and down
 dandruff
 
1000    
scurf
 dandy
 
1000    
beau, fox, coxcomb, exquisite, popinjay, macaroni, jackanapes, jack-a-dandy, man of dress, man milliner, vain fellow, cicisbeo
 dandy-fever
 
1000    
dengue, break-bone fever
 dandyism
 
1000    
foppishness, foppery, man millinery
 danger
 
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peril, hazard, risk, jeopardy, venture
 dangerous
 
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perilous, hazardous, unsafe, critical, ticklish, risky, full of risk
 dangle
 
1000    
swing, hang loose, hang pendulous
 dank
 
1000    
moist, damp, humid, wet
 dapper
 
1000    
active, lively, brisk, agile, nimble, spry, smart, quick, alert, ready
 dapple
 
1000    
variegated, spotted, dappled
 dare-devil
 
1000    
desperado, rash adventurer, reckless or desperate fellow
 daring
 
1000    
bold, adventurous, fearless, brave, intrepid, valorous, valiant, courageous, gallant, chivalrous, doughty, heroic, undaunted, dauntless
 dark
 
1000    
unilluminated, unenlightened, dusky shadowy, rayless, sunless, darksome, lurid, murky, cloudy, shady, overcast, black, ebon, cimmerian, pitchy
 darken
 
1000    
obscure, cloud, dim, shade, shadow, make dark, make dim
 darkling
 
1000    
in the dark, obscure, mysterious, mystic, hidden, concealed
 darkness
 
1000    
obscurity, dimness, dark, want of light
 darksome
 
1000    
obscure, gloomy dark
 darling
 
1000    
favorite, idol, pet, dear, love, sweet-heart, dear one
 dart
 
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hurl, throw, launch, jaculate, let fly
 darter
 
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snake-bird
 dartre
 
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herpes, tetter
 dartrous
 
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herpetic
 dash
 
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strike violently, hurl forcibly
 dash-board
 
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dasher
 dasher
 
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dash-board
 dashing
 
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rushing, roaring, precipitate, impetuous, headlong
 dastard
 
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coward, poltroon, craven, recreant, milksop
 dastardly
 
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cowardly dastard
 data
 
1000    
facts, premises, given conditions
 date
 
1000    
time, epoch, era, age
 daub
 
1000    
smear, besmear, plaster, cover, bedaub, begrime, soil, sully, defile, deface
 dauby
 
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adhesive, viscous, viscid, glutinous, smeary, sticky
 dauntless
 
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indomitable, unconquerable, undaunted, undismayed, not to be daunted or dismayed, fearless, intrepid, bold, brave, daring, courageous, gallant, valiant, valorous, doughty, chivalrous, heroic
 daw
 
1000    
jackdaw
 dawdle
 
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trifle, dally, fiddle, lose time, waste time, idle away time, fritter away time, fool away time
 dawdler
 
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idler, trifler, lounger, laggard, drone, sluggard, slow-back, inefficient person
 dawn
 
1000    
break, begin to be light, grow light
 dawning
 
1000    
dawn, n
 day
 
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daytime
 day-blindness
 
1000    
nyctalopy, nocturnal sight
 day-dream
 
1000    
dream, conceit, idle fancy, visionary scheme, castle in the air, chã¢teau en espagne
 day-sight
 
1000    
hemeralopia, night-blindness
 day-star
 
1000    
venus, lucifer, morning star, harbinger of day
 daybreak
 
1000    
dawn, dawning, cockcrowing, dayspring, daypeep, break of day, peep of day, prime of day, first blush of the morning
 daylight
 
1000    
sunlight, sunshine, day, light of day, light of heaven
 dayspring
 
1000    
dawn, dawning daybreak
 daze
 
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dazzle, blind
 dazzle
 
1000    
daze, blind
 débris
 
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rubbish, fragments, ruins, remains, detritus
 début
 
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first attempt, first appearance
 déjeuner
 
1000    
breakfast, morning meal
 dénouement
 
1000    
catastrophe, unravelling of the plot
 déshabillé
 
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undress
 détour
 
1000    
circuitous route, indirect way, roundabout way
 dead-drunk
 
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completely drunk
 dead-lock
 
1000    
complete standstill, utter misunderstanding, insoluble difference
 deaden
 
1000    
weaken, impair, abate, restrain, retard, dull, damp, dampen
 deadly
 
1000    
mortal, fatal, destructive, deleterious, noxious, murderous
 deadly-night-shade
 
1000    
belladonna, banewort, dwale
 deaf
 
1000    
without hearing, hard of hearing, dull of hearing
 deaf-mute
 
1000    
deaf and dumb person

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