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  • beat Thou, in the fine forge-thunder, thou, in the beat Of the heart of a man, thou Motive, -- Laborer Heat: – Hymns Of The Marshes. by Sidney Lanier
  • dad I knew that he was mine so I gave him all the love taht I had And one day he took me home to meet his mon and his dad. – And Then He Kissed Me by Unknown Author
  • dada
  • dart She started to dart after him, and her lips parted to utter an entreaty for him to come back to her.
  • dat Oh, I didn'tsay dat; I didn'tmean dat.
  • data Starting, therefore, from practical data, we will attend the disease in its gradual advance-that is to say, in its distinct periods-and will afterwards explain certain predominant symptoms, which, owing to their importance, must likewise fix the attention of the careful therapeutist.
  • date "I don't remember the exact date.
  • ddt
  • dead No, sir, he is dead.
  • deaf "Mother," he said, sitting down beside her and speaking loud, for the old creature was rather deaf, "we must fly.
  • deal They have a great deal to say to each other, Anna.
  • dean William J. Dean Stage Manager........................................
  • dear "Enough, my dear," said Phellion.
  • death "It's more like death out here.
  • debt "Oh, yes, please," answered Lena, who was now so relieved by the remembrance that the debt to Hannah could be paid as soon as her brother returned, that she felt as if some heavy weight had been lifted from her, and looked, spoke, and acted like a different child from the one of a few moments since; "if you please, Aunt Marian.
  • deed "Ye see, ma aunt in Glasgie's deed-" "I understand," laughed Lorimer.
  • defeat No doubt you wish to become a saint, and have everybody talking of my last defeat....
  • deft These flowers were all of old-fashioned varieties which grew luxuriantly in Mrs. Hickox's garden; and arranged with Lilian's exquisite taste, and by her deft fingers, they made really lovely decorations for parlor, dining-room and bedrooms.
  • deist
  • deity
  • dent
  • dial
  • diam
  • dias
  • dido
  • die
  • diet
  • digit
  • dilate
  • dint
  • dirt
  • dirty
  • ditto
  • ditty
  • diva
  • divert
  • divot
  • dot
  • dread
  • ducat
  • duet
  • eat
  • feat
  • fiat
  • heat
  • idea
  • meat
  • neat
  • peat
  • seat
  • tat
  • teat
  • tet
  • tied
  • treat
  • Dealt
  • Dicta
  • Did
  • Died
  • Dies
  • Dieter
  • DEA
  • Dina
  • Diets
  • DRAT
  • DEPT
  • DIEM
  • DIST
  • DICT
  • affords a view
  • am best behavior
  • am promulgated
  • more selfinterested
  • more selfloving
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