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  • curve People laugh and rather enjoy the joke when a too sudden start or an abrupt curve sends a whole group of them cannoning up against one another.
  • derive I will not, however, withhold from you whatever benefit you may derive from either your logic or your history, but will give each a fair and honest examination.
  • derv
  • devour Let your spears devour them both!"
  • dive A dive into a face bath would give Parker time to change the odds and ends in Duncan's pockets; while on would go the shirt, and the tie would be adjusted and his hair smoothed while the servant replaced the muddy boots with evening shoes.
  • diver I want to watch the diver.
  • doe "I went out to see the white doe, and the little ones came also.
  • doer Though the matter was kept as private as possible, its details being known only to the master, dean and tutor, still it made a nine-day's talk, not only in the college, but in the town-until the remorseless wave of daily life, which so quickly closes over the head of either ill-doer or well-doer, closed completely over that of Edwin Uniacke.
  • door Her back was to the door.
  • dour Dinner was a very important item in O'Malley's day, and he was in a very dour mood when an orderly called the boys in to meet the new commander.
  • dourly "We brought up six two-ton guided missiles," said the Chief dourly.
  • douse Come, all to the old Three Lions inn, and douse a can of brown March brew at my expense.
  • dove Spread one of your dove-wings over me to ensure peace.
  • dover He lost his luggage somewhere between Dover and Paris, and has ever since been free from all care on the subject.
  • drive Shall we drive on?
  • drove "I didn't see Elcot at work with the boys as I drove by," he said.
  • due 3886. And that is due when?
  • durer An' there welled a huntingmush, an' the matchka taddied up the choomber, pre durer, pre a rukk, an' odoi she lastered a chillico's nest.
  • duvet
  • forte MANGIA BENE, CAGA FORTE E IO MANDUCO LA MERDA DEL NORTE... – La Vida Boba by Bersuit Vergarabat
  • four Early one morning, half past four Cocaine come knockin' on my door – Cocaine Blues by Bob Dylan
  • tour I got money offshore that I made off tour Cash stashed in a paper bag from a whore – We Do This by t.i.
  • Dave "'Whatever be you hummin' toones for, Dave? And I sang Sam and Dave Catch that wave – Old Guitars by Bacon Brothers, The
  • doves Two doves accompanied him.
  • You've
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