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  • deeds Captain Glenn tried to question Kali about Stas' deeds and adventures during the journey, but the young negro, opening one eye, only answered: "The great master can do everything,"-and again fell asleep.
  • depress These conditions never ceased to depress Jack.
  • doped I knew you were doped half the time, but I thought you were going the pace with the pipe, though I'll admit I couldn't fathom what drug you were taking.
  • Duped 282; his policy, 282-286; duped by Charles, 287; his bill for the security of the Church, 288; foreign policy, 289, 290; impeached, 299; dismissed, 300; released from the Tower, vii.
  • Mopeds
  • departs While the farmer or passing stranger, calling at the decent house really for refreshment, drinks but a glass or two and departs, the frequenters of the low place never quit their seats till the law compels them, so that for sixpence spent in the one by men with cheque-books in their pockets, five shillings are spent in the other by men who have not got a loaf of bread at home for their half-starving children and pinched wife.
  • deeps That shadow of a vessel rising, you know, out of the profound deeps, had impressed me tremendously.
  • speeds The ship isn't built-we're not built to stand such speeds.
  • deepens With each step of advance in biological science the mystery of life and its processes deepens.
  • depots Not only did large numbers of ex-officers offer their services to the Ulster Volunteers, but many officers upon the active list announced their intention of refusing to obey orders if despatched to preserve order in Ulster and forestall the intention, broadly hinted, of some of the Ulstermen to seize military depots in the province.
  • deports Melanchthon wrote: "The Landgrave deports himself with much restraint.
  • deters "Yes," she replied; "and as for the lace, I will shew you that it is not the money that deters me."
  • dupes They take care to sell their own shares before the collapse comes, and it is their dupes who bear all the loss.
  • dopes Then he does the whirlwind rush at Sadie, and as he dopes it out to himself, figurin' on what a crusher he is, he don't see how he can lose.
  • depths The moon did not shine into the depths of the ravine, but above twinkled a swarm of unknown stars.
  • dopers We can't start out too early, but it mustn't be till the dopers are asleep.
  • depends Of course, the rapidity with which a coast-line is eaten into depends very much upon the nature of the rocks.
  • bipeds I am merely giving you the benefit of my observations, and also, since I am merely another human unit in the perfectly ridiculous collection of bipeds which go to make up the alleged superior races of this world, I must fall into line with the rest.
  • tepees Supper should be eaten around a big camp-fire, and should consist of coffee cooked over the fire, nut-bread sandwiches, cold chicken and potato chips, and chocolate ice-cream under individual miniature tepees of brown paper.
  • deputes If thunder's awful, how much more our dread, When Jove deputes a lady in his stead?
  • de-cay
  • diapasons
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