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  • daft
  • dais At the west end, a raised dais for the exclusive use of royalty is railed off, and a portrait of the reigning sovereign let into the marble panels of the wall.
  • darts Lady Wathin left some darts behind her, in the form of moral exclamations; and really intended morally.
  • davis "I wonder if it can be true, as my friend Davis says, that a colored man must do twice as much and twice as well as a white man before he can hope for even equal chances with him?
  • dawes Then came the demand for the opening of the Indian reservations, which comprised 250,000 square miles in 1885. The Dawes act of 1887 provided for individual ownership of small amounts of land by the Indians instead of tribal ownership in large reservations.
  • days As a matter of fact, days went by without the question coming up.
  • doris Doris, she's got too fine for her old mother.
  • dress Will you pay me, at least, for our last work-the dress you have on?"
  • Dairies With wonderment that grew, he followed her, and a swarm of happy-faced children went with them; children keen of eye and rosy of cheek, and when they had inspected together the buildings where the pupils were taught from books, and the dairies and gardens where they were taught by practice, the lady showed him into a log house as artistic and charming as a swiss chalet and said: This will be your abiding place while you're here.
  • Diaries The following examples of the Synteng law of inheritance are taken from the exhaustive diaries recorded by the late Mr. Heath, who was for some years Sub-Divisional Officer of Jowai.
  • Dives When all her young had flitted away to cover, still scolding, she took one of those long dives down to a deep dark canyon, flying with incredible rapidity, and apparently not moving a feather.
  • Dwarfs Not one of the tiny dwarfs came up to his elbow.
  • Turfs Dress'd as for nymphs, the classic banquet there Was spread on grassy turfs, with coolest fruit And drinks Falernian-while the mellow air Heaved to the light swell of the amorous lute; And by the music lovers grew more bold, And Beauty blush'd to secrets, murmuring told.
  • Darcy Judge then of the good Justice's distress, when, one fine day, a note was brought to him from his wilful neighbour to say that she could bear her lot no longer, that her dear friend Abigail, Lady Darcy, was now on her way to join the Queen in France, and had persuaded Joyce to leave her husband and accompany her thither.
  • Darius "So much the better," cried Darius; "but now to the main point.
  • Daffy You'll find he hadn't been too daffy to melt the settings-keys or no keys.
  • Davies Davies in his Dramatic Miscellanies records this fact; and in the Richardsoniana, we find that the first time Booth attempted the ghost when Betterton acted Hamlet, that actor's look at him struck him with such horror that he became disconcerted to such a degree, that he could not speak his part.
  • Tars Tars Tarkas was in the lead, and suddenly I heard a little cry of exultation from him.
  • draws From Schuette we have received in English dress Behm's "O holy, blessed Trinity," while Crull's most successful translations are Homburg's "Where wilt Thou go, since night draws near?"
  • dates "You're warm," says the Boss, "but you've mixed your dates.
  • dares "Who dares to say I have?
  • serfs Everywhere society was dismembered; everywhere there was formed a multitude of small, obscure, isolated societies, consisting of the chief, his family, his retainers, and the wretched serfs over whom he ruled without restraint, and who had no appeal against his whim.
  • doves They heard the thrush singing and the wood-doves calling; they saw the squirrels leaping from branch to branch, and the deer bounding by.
  • dazes
  • tariffs
  • dabs
  • dams
  • dawns
  • oafs
  • surfs
  • drays
  • darns
  • dames
  • dears
  • FARTS
  • DADS
  • REFS
  • CAFFS
  • DACES
  • DAGS
  • DANES
  • DRYS
  • tares
  • darters
  • Downs
  • duffs
  • dales
  • Darfur
  • doffs
  • non-believer
  • act like
  • tell truth
  • act like a wet blanket
  • put on to
  • function properly
  • act ones age
  • acts as
  • almspeople
  • alterings
  • alterities
  • alters conviction
  • am beaten
  • am beck and call
  • am behind
  • am beholden
  • am beside
  • be calm
  • am guard
  • am guided by
  • am nosy
  • am upheld
  • be in action
  • be move
  • be musing
  • be to ones ears in
  • be troths
  • became a reality
  • becomes like
  • coquettings
  • counter attack
  • counter attacking
  • cream the crop
  • creamed for
  • crop-raisings
  • cruciations
  • cruel persons
  • didst a take off
  • dis-positioned
  • enters in to consideration
  • escapes one memory
  • flat-hatted
  • having enough on one plate
  • more embellishing
  • more embossed
  • more euphistic
  • more evangelistic
  • more even-steven
  • more evened
  • more favoring
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