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  • decor Puelle igitur infra paucos dies, macie et pallore per alimenta depulsis, rediit decor pristinus, ita ut mulierum pulcherima censeretur.
  • devour While we were discussing our supper, they managed to devour the whole of the opossum between them; and then, having stuck some boughs in the ground to form a hut, they lay down side by side beneath them, and were quickly asleep, evidently feeling perfectly secure in our neighbourhood.
  • dirac The Dirac codec uses arithmetic coding and is not patent pending.
  • dirk By agreement, Ahmed and Dirk stayed with the small band of colonists that had overcome their fears enough to mingle together again.
  • disc Behind him, upon the back of the cabinet, danced a sudden disc of light, and, within it, a moving shadow!
  • diva We went to the new diva, who did not await our coming, but stepped towards us, with both hands extended.
  • dive Now and then a customer would dive into Breen's private room, remain a moment and burst out again, his face an index of the condition of his bank account.
  • diver A diver is supposed to rest after each dive.
  • diverge Our paths now diverge-You return to your home, I go where fate leads me.
  • divers Both boys knew the creatures were harmless to divers, and some divers even handled them.
  • divert I do not care to divert my thoughts, as my only pleasure is the thought of her.
  • divisor Dividend, Division; Divide, Divisor.
  • divorce You know if there was or wasn't a divorce?
  • divorcee I am told that there are numerous cases in which mothers worry for fear their sons may be led astray by some fascinating "divorcee"; that he may be caught in her "selfish snare" and left with a smashed heart and lost youthful ideals, while the fair lady laughs and leaves; but if you will pardon a bit of slang, I should say that the Western youth is a "pretty wise guy," and that mother need not worry because he can look out for himself!
  • divot
  • doc
  • doric So, when thou Glidest beneath the green and purple gleam Of Syracusan waters, mayst thou flow 5 Unmingled with the bitter Doric dew!
  • dork
  • dover
  • dvorak The typewriter was an old, standard Olympia-a German machine he'd refitted with the Dvorak keyboard which he had learned for greater efficiency.
  • DIV Div 'ee no see that I'm a shepherd?
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