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  • atoll When Miss Trevor had spoken of it Leslie pictured to himself some tiny, obscure, bare atoll of perhaps a mile in length, and not more than a dozen feet high at its highest point-knowing from his reckoning that, at the time of the fatal outbreak, the brig had not been near enough any known land to render wreck upon it possible.
  • daily Daily that indefatigable soldier had called to arms the Federal outposts. Sleepin with a black cat in my lap, spliitin poles daily Under a lot of weight and on a bus on a broken mirror don't faze me – Bumbell by Yukmouth
  • dell And the Monk Felix closed his book, And long, long, With rapturous look, He listened to the song, And hardly breathed or stirred, Until he saw, as in a vision, The land Elysian, And in the heavenly city heard Angelic feet Fall on the golden flagging of the street And he would fain Have caught the wondrous bird, But strove in vain; For it flew away, away, Far over hill and dell , And instead of its sweet singing He heard the convent bell Suddenly in the silence ringing For the service of noonday.
  • detail A special detail took over at the lake itself. Write your problems down in detail Take them to a higher place You've had your cry, no, I shouldn't say wail In the meantime hush your face – Bloody Well Right by supertramp
  • dial He had an air of singular refinement and self-reliance combined with a half-eager inquisitiveness, and upon becoming acquainted with him, I told him that he was Ernest the Seeker, which was the title of a story of mental unrest which William Henry Channing was then publishing in The Dial . Peep my profile an' my iced out dial I tap my horn, say, "What up?" but never smile – LL Cool J by LL Cool J
  • dill She's right on hand, as stiff and sour as a frozen dill pickle.
  • dirtily
  • distill The daughter of the duchess was taught not only to distill strong waters, but to construe Greek.
  • doily A neat bouquet of sweet peas stood exactly in the center of a snow-white doily , which was exactly in the middle of a shiny, round table.
  • doll I got a girlish girl, I call her Tiki doll I like to get high and play dunkball, dunkball, dunkball Dunkball, dunkball, dunkball I like to get high ain't a punk y'all – Frontline by Kottonmouth Kings
  • drill We turned the dusty drill: We banged the tins, and bawled the hymns, And sweated on the mill: But in the heart of every man – The Ballad Of Reading Gaol by Oscar Wilde
  • droll Ho, the aim of our patrol Is a question rather droll – Colonel Hathi's March (The Elephant Song) by Unknown Author
  • dull Well, he can be fascinating, he can be dull, He can ride down Niagara Falls in the barrels of your skull. – MAN OF PEACE by Bob Dylan
  • dwell I am a princess forced to dwell Within a lonely kitchen cell, – Servant Girl and Grocer's Boy by Joyce Kilmer
  • stall I'm falling faster and faster and faster with no time to stall The closer you get, the further I fall – The Closer You Get by alabama
  • stile
  • still It was quite still .
  • tall I've been doing some tall thinking.
  • tell Tell me why you did it, then.
  • tidal The Rejang is tidal for fully one hundred and fifty miles, and at Sibu is over a mile in width.
  • tile Every tile over our heads contains a death within it as certain, if it were to fall upon us, as that occasioned by the angry surge which swallows us up in its wrath.
  • till Yes, I wait till she feenish, all the same.
  • tilt The third tilt they together rode, Neither of them would yield; The fourth tilt they together rode, They both fell on the field.
  • title I am glad, however, that I gave the name of 'Poems' to the work instead of admitting the 'Drama of Exile' into the title -page and increasing its responsibility; for one person who likes the 'Drama,' ten like the other poems.
  • toll Great as was the danger inside the city, it was infinitely greater on the high roads, unless we could arrange for some vehicle to take us a considerable part of the way to the frontier, and above all for some sort of passports-forged or otherwise-to enable us to pass the various toll -gates on the road, where vigilance was very strict.
  • trill At noon home, and there find Mr. Goodgroome, whose teaching of my wife only by singing over and over again to her, and letting her sing with him, not by herself, to correct her faults, I do not like at all, but was angry at it; but have this content, that I do think she will come to sing pretty well, and to trill in time, which pleases me well.
  • twill He brought letters to the Traders' Bank and from the Bank took letters to the smelters, and with a notebook in hand the young man in exquisite gray twill went about for three or four days smiling affably, and asking many questions.
  • Dilly There is no time to dilly-dally in our work.
  • Til Noo lie still, and keep your 'ees open for a few minutes, and I'll see that ye hae a decent bit of dinner sent in til ye.
  • Tull
  • it'll

11 words made from the letters DTILL