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  • band Pepita herself was wife of one of the other chiefs of the band. Ten Feet Off the Ground (The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band) Who invented music? We'd like to shake his hand 'Cause music casts a spell on us – Ten Feet Off the Ground (The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band) by Unknown Author
  • bind To resume her hunting-post, to return to her web would be useless to her: she has not the wherewithal to bind the prey. Love can bind But mine is blind – I Won't Walk Away by jewel
  • dad But somehow he'd stayed on, since Dad died. He called me his son and I called him dad He was like no friend that I had ever had – The Best Man by Blaine Larsen
  • dainty Refinement of manner and delicacy of feeling are essential qualities for every lady; but spare us the "dainty" woman.
  • dana After this the dana of the plague, buboes, form under the armpits, or in the groin, or below the throat.
  • dander
  • dandy You scarcely recognise him for the cigar-smoking dandy of yesterday, that talked as if he had lived half his life on the continent.
  • dane
  • dank
  • dante
  • darned
  • daunt
  • dead
  • dean
  • demand
  • dent
  • diamond
  • diana
  • din
  • dinar
  • dine
  • ding
  • dink
  • dint
  • dirndl
  • downed
  • find
  • hand
  • hind
  • kind
  • land
  • lind
  • mind
  • rand
  • rind
  • sand
  • stand
  • taint
  • tend
  • tinned Porcelain and other wares may be platinized, silvered, tinned, or bronzed, in a similar manner.
  • tint
  • viand This third viand that is brought to thee Was prepared thrice In places three, in each with gain Of subtler pain, With the wood of the Holy Tree, Wood of great price.
  • wand
  • wind
  • And My father and mother know nothing about it.
  • Dan What could Dan or any of us do without you to plan for us?
  • Dang Dang me, but that's a good 'un!
  • Dawned
  • Dialed
  • Did
  • Died
  • Dinned Harry heard the news as he was coming home from doing a message for Grannie; Grannie heard it when she went shopping; Alison heard it from the boy who sold the milk-in short, this little bit of tidings of paramount interest in Alison's small world was dinned into her ears wherever she turned.
  • Dined
  • Dinged
  • Donned
  • Dunned And I'd leave a man's house as soon as I could settle up and get out, if I was ever dunned by him.
  • Ind And the Saracens wrap their heads in white linen cloth; and the Christian men, that dwell in the country, wrap them in blue of Ind; and the Jews in yellow cloth.
  • Dino
  • Dion
  • Duane
  • Dinah
  • Dina
  • Deana
  • Dianna
  • Deann
  • Diann
  • Diane
  • Dianne
  • DINS
  • don't
  • didn't
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