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  • dad You might hand this on to the old Dad.
  • daft Daft Sandy was laughing all the while.
  • dat Again, to you nod remember dat ubstardt buppy Senesino, and the goxgomb Farinelli?
  • data His study of the problem will by this time, however, have given him the necessary data for a conclusion as to what his new mission should be.
  • date Really-I hope you told the foolish man that that sort of thing was quite out of date."
  • dative Punctiliously was he taught just as much as the King wished, and that was little enough; scarcely anything of the Latin declensions-the great King never overcame the difficulties of the genitive and dative-French, some history, and the necessary accomplishments of a soldier.
  • deaf Why, I could do this twice a day and every day, till I was blind and silly, and deaf and dumb.
  • deft This is done by deft cuts with the knife and a slight thump of the blocks.
  • distaff Establishing herself in the straight-backed seat, a skilful tap of the foot set the wheel in swift and easy motion, and the gray thread twisted fine and evenly from the distaff.
  • doff Said they, "They are with us and we will present them to our lord the king for Mamelukes to serve him and give him wealth galore that we have gotten together and doff all we own and repent from lawlessness and fight in thy service."
  • duff Good grub, an' duff fer Sundays, an' a decent crowd of 'em aft, an' everythin' comfertable like, so as yer can feel yer knows where yer are.
  • dwarf Am I crazy, am I arrogant, to feel as I do about my darling dwarf children?
  • staff Bread was the staff of life.
  • stiff What it really meant was, the Family was scared stiff of Winston Bartlett.
  • stuff "Now, my lads," said Mr Strong to us the next day; "I see the stuff you are made of.
  • tad Tad overheard what he said, and kicked a chair, as he always did when displeased, and said: "Well, everybody in this world knows Pa did use to split rails!"
  • taffy Sweetmeats of various kinds, particularly a sticky-looking kind of taffy, called, we believe, "clidgy," seem the staple commodity of the pleasure fair.
  • taft Let's hurry over, as here comes the Elephant now, with Mr. Taft riding it, and the plank might give way."
  • tariff One is the Tariff, the other the reform of the Civil Service, and the last is the problem of labor.
  • tat He was not unaccustomed to late visitors, as he was known to live at his chambers, and to work after office-hours; but the knocking of to-night was not the loud rollicking rat-a-tat of his jolly-good-fellow friends or clients.
  • tiff She tried to make it sound as though there had not been a tiff.
  • toff Kildare street club toff.
  • tuft Last of all, he took a hair brush, and smoothed out the tuft, at the end of the animal's long tail.
  • Dater
  • Daffy Gordon is quite daffy over the book I sent to my publishers last week.
  • Duffy He never joined the Repealers, partly because O'Connell and his following disgusted him; as he says in a letter to Gavan Duffy: "Before I embarked in the boat I looked at the crew and the commander; the same boat which you and others mistook in '43 for a war frigate because she hoisted gaudy colours and that her captain swore terribly.
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  • DIFF
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