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- dace Only last year I caught a large hatful of perch and dace, of which I persuaded Madame to cook some that Juliette would not eat and gave to the cat.
- Dailies But, unpromising as was its appearance, it was really the liveliest of the Boston dailies from the hour of its birth, and received praise on all hands for the quality of its matter.
- Dairies Unclean streets, unclean dairies, unclean, overcrowded tenements can do more harm than alcohol and tobacco because they can breed an appetite that craves stimulants and drugs.
- dais Quickly, as if with an habitual touch, he rearranged the thick, soft lock so that the scar was covered, and mounting a dais, seated himself on a great thronelike chair covered with a royal tiger skin.
- Daisies Her feet have touched the meadows, and left the daisies rosy.
- daisy Me and George have been always put by for Daisy.
- days He will be right here in a few days.
- daze She is now wakened from this daze.
- dias "Buenos dias, Condesa; and it is indeed good to me to be back, good to hear thy voice-the first real happiness I have known since my ears last welcomed its sweet tones.
- dice But meanwhile bring the dice."
- dis "Mah pickaninnies am a-headin' dis way- Come along!
- dixie Who will he run-Dixie?
- dose The Second Mate had sent for some brandy, and now he started to dose him well with it.
- dossier You and I have both seen the man's dossier.
- douse A douse of water from a window extinguished their cigars.
- dowse Joe Dance and me'll keep the schooner steady on her course till you've had your dowse, and then you come up and give us a turn below.
- duse The play, which Signora Duse presented to us with a power which no operatic singer can ever hope to match, was more to the purpose, quicker and stronger in movement, fiercer in its onrush of passion, and more pathetic in its silences than the opera with its music, though the note of pathos sounded by Signor Mascagni is the most admirable element of the score.
- Maisie "Oh, thank you, thank you," cried Maisie.
- raise But she did not raise her eyes.
- Tarsi On the under side of the tarsi there are numerous spines in irregular clusters.