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  • cad There was no hint of Cad Sills in that golden beauty unless, perhaps, in a certain charming bluntness of sculpturing at the very tip of her nose, a deft touch.
  • card Over yonder the Schenley, in its vacant stretch, loomed big and square through the fine rain, the windows of its twelve stories glowing like those of a lighted card-board house under a Christmas tree. Before ya pop ya trunk, Imma have to pull ya card At the Amoco, over there on Boulevard – We Ready by Boyz N Da Hood
  • cart Stefana laboriously shut up Elly Precious' go-cart, and Miss Theodosia lifted Elly Precious in her arms.
  • cord He reached the window and fumbled at the blind; but failing to find the cord dragged it impatiently aside and peered through the glass.
  • curd Set it near the fire till the curd comes; fill a vat made in the form of a brick, of wheat straw or rushes sewed together.
  • dad "Oh yes, dad, I'm-I'm all right," she replied, eager to help or comfort him.
  • dark You shall not keep me in the dark!
  • dart "It is perfectly astonishing," he added, "with what rapidity they dart through the air.
  • dead Not dead, anyhow-not yet!
  • decade In the decade from 1850 to 1860 the South's quota of foreign-born in the whole country dropped from 14 to 13 per cent.
  • decatur Barron considered himself insulted, and a long correspondence followed, which finally resulted in Barron challenging Decatur to fight a duel.
  • decked The hair is then decked with jewellery or with flowers; but on all ordinary occasions Khasi women cover the head.
  • dick Yes, I do," cried Dick sharply.
  • dicker Large-scale resignations followed on both boards as those who had supported the merger fell on their swords; several prominent members of the anti-merger campaigns (including Dicker, Scott, Brereton, and Gutnick) would take senior executive or board positions at both clubs in the wake of the merger.
  • dirk
  • dirt
  • discard
  • discord
  • docked
  • dockyard
  • dotard
  • ducat
  • gird
  • medicaid
  • ricardo
  • Diced Cassolettes marquise: Crayfish tails à la Nantua to which diced truffles and mushrooms have been added with a border of puff pastry.
  • Dicta
  • Did
  • Died
  • Diked
  • Ducked
  • Ticked
  • dared A few years younger-if he had been that, he could have followed the leading of his heart, and-he dared think no more of what might have been possible.
  • DICT
  • ex-claims
  • fore-cast
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