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  • be sore
  • Dealt Still, the man you dealt with would probably have provided for that difficulty.
  • dialect Ten syllables must be kept, and rhyme must be kept; and in the experiment it results, generally, that whilst the rehabiting of Chaucer is undertaken under a necessity which lies wholly in the obscurity of his dialect-the proposed ground or motive of modernization-far the greater part of the actual changes are made for the sake of that which beforehand you might not think of, namely, the Verse.
  • dialectal Author of "Glossary of Dialectal Place-Nomenclature."
  • dialectic This process is a very natural development for Plato's Dialectic.
  • dialects When Poland enjoyed a distinctive nationality, no less than six different dialects were spoken in the several provinces of the kingdom.
  • Dialed Colonel Spaulding picked up the phone and dialed a number.
  • dialog On some systems, you see each character on the screen once it is entered by your dialog partners.
  • DICT See also M. Jal's Dict.
  • Dicta I know well that the dicta I have quoted have reference to white men, and that they have been virtually set aside in decisions respecting black men.
  • dilate I saw his nostrils dilate, and his eyes flash.
  • dilute It is well known that if a dilute solution of sugar be exposed to the air anywhere in the world it will ferment-that is, certain changes will take place in the liquid, some gas will escape from its surface and alcohol will be formed.
  • direct You see, she was a very direct young person.
  • dolt We are all so utterly fooled by this man whom all the world took to be a dolt.
  • duct Unlike the hen, the duck has no crop,-the passage or duct leading from the throat to gizzard direct, is very small compared to the size of the bird.
  • more rumbling
  • more rumbunctious
  • tact Her eyes wandered to him from his wife, on whom she had kept them with instinctive tact.
  • tailcoat With trembling fingers he turned over a black tailcoat, a white waistcoat, and a pair of light check trousers.
  • talc After a short while he turned and dragged up from his neck a slim chain at the end of which hung a round object in a talc case.
  • tilt Now, at the gate, we came full tilt upon this scarlet.
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