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- dallas Dallas was no open-handed frontier town; it was a small New York, where life is settled, where men are suspicious, and where fortunes are slow in the making.
- dolorous The time when the factory remained inactive were the dolorous years from 1694 to 1697. It was in the latter year that peace was signed in the Holland town of Ryswick, which ended at least one of Louis' bloody oppressions, the fierce attacks in the Palatinate.
- polaris In the northeast the long rolling columns formed-many-colored clouds of spectral light whipped up as by a whirlwind-flung from eastward to westward, devouring Polaris and the Wain-rapid sequent towers of smokeless fire!
- Dollies Then the dollies all pushed and the door swung open.
- Dolores "Don't bother yourself, Miss Dolores.
- declares Oh, I spent a long time in the same house with him last summer," Stasy declares.
- dullards Leicester having expressly urged the importance of selecting as wise a politician as could be found-because the best man in England would hardly be found a match for the dullards and drunkards, as it was the fashion there to call the Dutch statesmen-had selected Wilkes.
- dollars Five thousand dollars, isn't it?
- DOLLS Then Norah's arm stole round her brother's neck, and she put the money into his pocket, and told him gently that she had only wanted to have a little bit of fun, and he was welcome to use her paint-box-only please not on her dolls.
- dollops Cleek didn't go into the room, simply looked at him from the threshold, then shut the door, and went back to Dollops.
- after consideration
- all over but shouting
- all over but the shouting
- all over creation
- all over map
- all over place
- fell feet
- in a little while
- in a lower degree
- more fecal
- more fervent
- more hubristic
- most basket-case
- most bedazzled
- most bedecked