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  • dainty The dainty Elise was, I found, quite an entertaining little person.
  • dandy The dancers were wholly appreciative of the orchestra, as their coaxing applause for more music after every number testified, and before the evening was over several boys and girls had asked Marjorie if "those dandy musicians" would play for anyone who wanted them.
  • daunt Seventy-odd pounds of frailty, with eyes which are ever resentful of the use to which she puts them; with the recurrence of suffering which wrings every ounce of physical strength, which for days holds her mind writhing as on the rack, which tortures her to physical and mental surrender, but which, through the lengthening years, has been impotent to daunt her regal spirit.
  • dent But then Dent never speaks in advance."
  • diderot In this last capacity he had travelled in France, and visited Paris, where he had made the acquaintance, among others, of Diderot and D'Alembert.
  • didn't No, she didn't-Sally did.
  • Didst I'll wager the death thou didst face was not by starvation.
  • dignity There was no need to consider dignity after that.
  • Dined My dear mother, I dined at my rooms two hours ago; but if you have a cup of tea, now; but don't trouble-it does not matter in the slightest.
  • Dinned A strong impulse urged him to sketch boldly and without long consideration, the picture of the Madonna, as it had once lived in his soul, but he restrained himself, repeating the warning words which had so often been dinned into his ears: Draw, draw!
  • dint Still, I hoped, notwithstanding these trifling drawbacks, to make myself very awe-inspiring by dint of a grand assumption of spirit.
  • don't You don't know what they are.
  • hadn't She hadn't said any name, but there was a gentleman with her.
  • tint The stem tapers downward, is whitish below, and near the pileus the color changes rather abruptly to the same tint as the pileus.