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  • daily Read the daily newspapers. Is it me or maybe, when I look around daily I don't even know the people I can put my trust in lately – The Hard Way by fort minor
  • dale Dale brought out the tea in a few minutes, and put it on the table Trix had vacated.
  • dill She says the worst is as it would draw bread right out of a stone to see how cheerful Hiram is these days,-she says any one would suppose as Lucy Dill was goin' to surely make him happy to see how he goes smilin' around.
  • docile Could Prince Marko be he, soft as he was, pliable, a docile infant, burning to please her, enraptured in obeying?
  • doily The finger bowl, doily and silver needed for these courses are frequently arranged on the plate to be used and brought to each place at the beginning of the course.
  • dolby Miss Dolby and I ran in to the lamp, rallying there as stone-age folk must have rallied at their fire to face the monsters of the night.
  • dole Dole is the birthplace of Pasteur, the great French scientist who discovered the antidote for hydrophobia.
  • doll Think of a doll that can talk!
  • dolly Dolly looked up at me, gone a little white.
  • dourly Strange, too, in yonder hybrid land This myth about a racial knot Binding the gay Hibernian and The dourly earnest Ulster-Scot- Neighbours whose one and only link (A foil to their profound disparity) Is-thanks to some volcanic kink- A common insularity.
  • duly My note was duly sent to the brigadier, and five minutes afterwards I went out on to the verandah to speak to him.
  • oily They had gained the wooden road-bridge, beneath which the sluggish water ran oily between the black piers, and here the Canon paused.
  • tile In 1794 two large adobe granaries with tile roofs, and forty houses for neophytes were built.
  • toil Now what reward for all this grief and toil ?
  • toiler In the end it brought her a more tangible reward than sometimes falls to the lot of the toiler .
  • Dilly I, therefore, while we were sitting quietly by ourselves at his house in an evening, took occasion to open my plan thus: "Mr. Dilly , Sir, sends his respectful compliments to you, and would be happy if you would do him the honor to dine with him on Wednesday next along with me, as I must soon go to Scotland."
  • Doled And often, when the good knight craved A dime wherewith he might get shaved, She doled him out the same; For these and other generous deeds The good and honest knight must needs Have loved the kindly dame.
  • Tole "She tole me take an' clean 'em," said Kitty Silver.
  • Dooley Th' week before iliction he was in me house ivry night, an' 'twas 'Misther Dooley , this,' an' 'Mr. Dooley , that,' an' 'What 'll ye have, boys?
  • Doyle Doyle looks at him perplexedly; comes slowly to the writing table; and sits down at the end next the fireplace before replying.
  • Daley If Daley and Jerry weren't there, they might as well give up; the ship would go scattering into the void in about five minutes.
  • Dollie Dollie leaned forward suddenly on the arm of the chair with her face hidden in her hands.
  • doles Charity doles would have demoralised them more than their hard lot did; and any opening of the door for them to help themselves would have brought hatred, contumely, and perhaps real injury to them and him.
  • doilies But speak-to-me-only-with-thine-eyes isn't a really reliable reason for embroidering doilies and hemstitching tablecloths.
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