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  • cheaply "This might be very pleasant trifling if nothing were at stake, Miss Henderson," said he; "but remember that I cannot hold all my worldly chances as cheaply as you seem to do them."
  • daily "The Daily Telegraph told me to come here.
  • dally Waiting, waiting for her to come to him and she could afford to dally by the wayside; gather up the precious memories-so like toys of the child she once had been and, by and by, she would go to him like a little girl tired of her day's wandering, and he would comfort her!
  • damply Miz' Merz, damply calicoed, rose from a corner and came forward, wiping a moist and parboiled hand on her skirt.
  • dapple Miss Calista drew Dapple to a standstill before her gate.
  • deadly "They were right," thought I. "This Cape Horn is indeed a deadly and a dangerous spot!"
  • deal 4578. Do you deal in the same way?
  • dearly And long before that, we had built and begun to love dearly this home.
  • deathly Adolphine became deathly pale; but a glance from Gustave reassured her.
  • deeply Peter Junior would never be so cruel as to stay away all this time, if he were alive, no matter how deeply he may have quarreled with his father.
  • deploy The name almost explains the nature of this hunt, which is practised as follows:-When a hand of Indian hunters discover a herd of buffaloes, they scatter and deploy into a circle around them.
  • duple The simple duple measure, so naturally ornamented, is nobly, broadly melodious.
  • haply "Haply he may start upon a longer.
  • pearly A pearly light was growing clearer on the eastern rim of the prairie when at length Slaney, damp with the dew, rose to his feet with a shiver and softly called the trooper, who announced that he had heard nothing suspicious during the night.
  • reply They made no reply.
  • Dimply He is slim and rosy and dimply, with yellow curls just mopped all over his head, and he has blue eyes the color that the sky is hardly ever; but from what Roxanne says about him I hardly see how he will live to grow up.
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