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  • bey Again he was silent for some time, and then desired me to fetch Motus Bey, his admiral.
  • day I only know he's not here to-day.
  • de 2. 2195 De Is. Shinjitai dake de Genzai na no kamo ne – Real Me by Ayumi Hamasaki
  • deb Walked back to the Sun, where I find Deb.
  • dec "I am going to Mrs. Decatur's," said Fleda; "she invited me first, and I owe it to her; she has asked me so often and so kindly."
  • defy "I am not a woman to defy-and I am still less a woman to mock.
  • den And then, of course, I think of what the children will grow up like in this murderers' den.
  • deny "One cannot deny it.
  • dew Splendor and power are as hateful to me as the flowers yonder with their false dew.
  • dewy Jerry stretched out her hands to the one good-by in "Eden" coming to her from these silent ripples of dewy green sod.
  • dry The steward slowly drew the back of his hand across dry lips.
  • dy Ye're like all of us below the line o' comfort-live dyngerously-ever' dy yer last.
  • dye The love of the countrie, is caused of nature: that of the Capitain, through vertue, more then by any other benefite: the necessities maie be many, but that is strongest, whiche constraineth thee; either to overcome, or to dye.
  • fey Strawberry blossoms, visibly fey, appear; long-stemmed and scanty-flowered fall dandelions; an ill-timed display of April’s buttercups.
  • key Ought I to have answered in a very different key?
  • Del Milroy, General, U.S.A. Molino del Rey, battle of.
  • Hey Sing hey-trix, trim-go-trix, Under the mistletoe!"
  • DEA Dea was his wife, he had lost her, and he would be spurned by Josiana.
  • Dee And they were glad, for they knew that they were to dee sae that the world micht have a better, fuller life.
  • DEF BAY, adj. bay-coloured, A 2157; T. i. 1073; Baye, def. T. ii. 624, v. 1038.
  • DEM I can tell 'em by deir eyes and deir feet, and de whole of dem."
  • DEG When an impression is to be developed upon a plate fifteen by seventeen inches, were we to use an angle of about 45 deg.
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