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  • daboya

    large Indian viper

    dacnomania

    obsession with killing

    dacoitage

    robbery by gang or mob

    dacryops

    wateriness of the eyes

    dactylioglyph

    engraver of rings or of gems

    dactyliology

    study of rings

    dactyliomancy

    pination by means of a finger

    dactylogram

    fingerprint

    dactylography

    the study of fingerprints

    dactyloid

    like or resembling a finger

    dactylology

    study of sign language

    dactylomancy

    pination using rings

    dactylomegaly

    condition of having abnormally large digits

    dactylonomy

    counting using the fingers and toes

    dactyloscopy

    comparing fingerprints for purpose of identification

    dado

    large wooden moulding along bottom of wall

    daedal

    formed with art; displaying inventive skill

    daedalist

    aviator; pilot

    dag

    dirty tatted tuft of sheep’s wool

    dageraad

    brightly coloured South African fish

    dal

    a dried legume, such as lentils, beans or peas

    dalmatic

    ecclesiastical robe or other outer vestment

    dalton

    unit of atomic mass

    damascene

    decorate or engrave metal with wavy lines and patterns

    damask

    fine lustrous fabric with flat patterns and a satin weave

    damine

    having antlers like a fallow deer

    dammar

    hard resin used in making varnish

    damnification

    causation of injury or loss

    damoiseau

    male form of damsel; a young man not yet dubbed a knight

    damson

    dark brownish purple

    dancetté

    deeply indented

    danism

    lending money on usury

    dap

    to dip gently into water; to fish with a surface fly

    dapatical

    lavish; sumptuous; costly

    daphnomancy

    pination using a laurel

    dapifer

    one who brings meat to the table

    dapocaginous

    mean-spirited; heartless

    darby

    large trowel for levelling concrete or plaster

    darcy

    unit of permeability of rock to various substances

    darkle

    to grow or make dark

    darraign

    to vindicate; to justify or prove

    dash

    non-specific very small unit of measurement used in cooking

    dashpot

    shock absorber

    dasypeltis

    small African egg-eating snake

    dasyphyllous

    having crowded, thick or woolly leaves

    dasypoedes

    types of birds having downy-feathered young

    dasyure

    flesh-eating marsupial

    datary

    papal officer who registers and dates bulls and edicts

    dation

    act of giving, conferring or donating

    dative

    indicating indirect object of a verb

    davenport

    small ornamental writing desk; large sofa

    davit

    device for hoisting and lowering a boat

    daw

    simpleton; bird of the crow family

    deaconing

    act of putting best looking goods on top of pile

    deadeye

    rounded wooden block with hole used to set up ship’s stays

    farm equipment

    deadwood

    timbers built into ends of ship when too narrow to permit framing

    dealate

    insect pested of its wings

    dealbation

    whitening; bleaching

    deambulatory

    place for walking around or about in

    dearticulate

    to disjoint

    debarrass

    to disembarrass; disentangle; free

    debellate

    to conquer or overcome through battle

    debouch

    to issue or emerge; to flow from a confined place

    debouchure

    mouth of a river or strait

    debridement

    the removal of foreign matter from a wound

    decadarchy

    government by ten inpiduals; decarchy

    decadist

    author who writes works in ten parts

    decalcomania

    process of transferring a design onto a surface using specially ppared paper

    decalescence

    point in heating metal where it appears to cool

    decalogist

    exponent of rules such as the Ten Commandments

    decalvant

    removing hair; depilatory

    decamerous

    having parts in tens

    decanal

    located on south side of the choir in a church

    decanal

    of, like or pertaining to a dean or deacon

    decantate

    to chant or say repeatedly

    decarchy

    government by ten inpiduals

    decare

    1000 square metres

    decarnate

    denied or deprived of physical bodily form

    decastich

    ten-line poem

    decatise

    to uncurl through the use of steam or moisture

    decaudate

    to cut off the tail of

    decelerometer

    instrument for measuring deceleration

    decennoval

    of, like or pertaining to the number nineteen

    decimestrial

    lasting ten months

    deckle

    ragged edge of paper

    declassé

    below one’s social class

    declinometer

    instrument for measuring magnetic declination

    declivity

    place that slopes downwards; inclination downwards

    decoct

    to ppare or extract by boiling; to devise

    decollate

    to behead; to disorganize

    decomplex

    repeatedly compound

    decorticate

    to remove the bark, husk or peel of

    decoupage

    the application of paper cutouts to wood surfaces

    decrassify

    to make less crass or boorish

    decrement

    a gradual decrease in quantity or quality

    decrepitate

    to crackle; to roast so as to cause to crackle

    decrescent

    becoming gradually less

    decretal

    of, like or pertaining to a decree

    decretal

    papal decree deciding a point of church law

    decrudescence

    diminution or reduction of a disease

    decuman

    principle; large; primary

    decumbent

    lying down; reclining on the ground

    decumbiture

    the time spent by an invalid in bed

    decurrent

    extending or running downwards

    decurtate

    to curtail, shorten or abbreviate

    decussate

    to pide in the form of an X; to cross or intersect

    dedans

    spectators at a court tennis match

    dedition

    surrender; capitulation

    deductivism

    belief in the superiority of deduction over induction

    deemster

    judge on the Isle of Man

    defalcate

    to embezzle money held on trust

    defeasible

    that may be annulled

    defenestration

    throwing a person or object out a window

    deferrise

    to remove iron from

    defervescence

    abatement of heat; coolness; decrease of fever

    defilade

    to arrange fortifications against frontal attack

    defiliation

    depriving a parent of a child

    definiens

    word or words used in a dictionary definition

    deflocculate

    to break down into small pieces

    defluent

    running down; decurrent

    defluvium

    falling of hair

    dégagé

    at rest; untroubled; at ease

    deglutinate

    to unglue or unstick

    deglutition

    the power or act of swallowing

    degression

    gradual decrease; reduction in taxes

    dégringolade

    rapid decline or decay; downfall

    degu

    rat-like rodent of South America

    degustation

    eating in a series of small portions

    dehisce

    to gape; to burst open

    deicide

    destruction or killing of a god

    deictic

    directly demonstrating something or some proposition

    deiform

    appearing like or shaped like a god

    deiparous

    bearing a god

    deipnosophy

    learned dinner-conversation

    deipotent

    having godlike power

    deism

    belief in God but rejection of religion

    deixis

    relating to time and place of a linguistic utterance

    delaine

    light fabric of wool or mixed wool and cotton

    delaminate

    to split into layers

    delate

    to pass on; to charge with a crime

    delative

    indicating motion downward

    delectus

    anthology of useful passages or quotations

    delenda

    things to be deleted or destroyed

    deleterious

    harmful to body or mind

    delf

    drain; ditch; excavation

    delignate

    to remove wood from; to deprive of wood

    deliquesce

    to melt into liquid by absorbing moisture

    deliration

    madness; aberration

    delirifacient

    producing or creating delirium

    deloo

    north African antelope

    delope

    to fire one’s gun into the air in a duel

    delphically

    enigmatically; obscurely

    delphine

    pertaining to the Dauphin of France

    delphinine

    of, like or pertaining to dolphins

    deltiology

    the collection and study of picture postcards

    deltoid

    shaped like a delta or triangle

    delubrum

    a font, a temple or shrine having a font

    demagogue

    political agitator appealing to popular pjudices

    démarche

    decisive course of action taken in diplomacy

    demarchy

    government by the people; popular government

    demegoric

    of, like or pertaining to demagogues or demagogic speech

    démenti

    official denial or refusal

    demephitise

    to purify air

    demerge

    to immerse; to plunge

    demersal

    subaqueous; living underwater; sinking to the bottom

    demesne

    feudal manor-house with adjacent lands

    demicastor

    beaver pelt of poor quality; beaver fur mixed with another type of fur

    demigration

    change of abode

    demijohn

    large bottle having a wicker case

    demisang

    half-breed; hybrid

    demiurge

    creative spirit or entity

    demogenic

    of, like or pertaining to membership by citizenship rather than kinship

    demology

    study of human behaviour

    demonarchy

    government by a demon

    demonetise

    to deprive of monetary value; to withdraw from circulation

    demonocracy

    government by demons or evil forces

    demonography

    study and description of demons

    demonolatry

    worship of or devotion to demons

    demonology

    study of demons

    demonomancy

    pination using demons

    demonomania

    pathological belief that one is possessed by demons

    demonosopher

    one who is inspired by a demon or devil

    demonym

    name for a resident of a place

    demotic

    of, like or pertaining to the common people

    demulcent

    emulsifier; something soothing

    demurrage

    delay of vessel’s departure or loading with cargo

    denary

    one of ten; tenfold; of, like or pertaining to group of ten

    dendriform

    shaped like a tree

    dendritiform

    branched

    dendrochronology

    study of tree rings

    dendroid

    tree-like; resembling a tree

    dendrolatry

    worship of trees

    dendrology

    study of trees

    dendrometer

    instrument for measuring trees

    dendrophilous

    fond of trees

    denehole

    vertical shaft having chambers at the base

    denier

    unit of yarn fineness

    dennet

    light two-wheeled carriage

    densimeter

    instrument for measuring closeness of grain of a substance

    densitometer

    instrument for measuring optical or photographic density

    dentellated

    having small notches or teeth

    dentelle

    lace; lacework

    denticle

    small toothlike structure

    dentiform

    shaped like a tooth

    dentigerous

    toothed; bearing teeth

    dentiloquent

    speaking with clenched teeth

    dentine

    ivory-like material making up teeth

    dentiologist

    one who speaks with closed teeth

    dentirostral

    with notched beak

    deobstruent

    something that removes an obstacle

    deodate

    a gift to or from God

    deonerate

    to disburden

    deontic

    of or relating to duty or obligation

    deontology

    the theory or study of moral obligation

    deoppilate

    to free from obstruction

    deordination

    abnormality or irregularity

    deorsumversion

    turning downwards

    deosculate

    to kiss affectionately

    depaysé

    out of one’s element or natural environment

    depeculation

    embezzlement of public funds

    deponent

    having a passive form but active meaning

    depotentiate

    to deprive or pest of power

    dephend

    to catch; to seize

    deray

    to go wild; to derange

    deric

    of, like or pertaining to the skin

    dermatoglyphics

    the study of skin patterns and fingerprints

    dermatoid

    like or resembling skin

    dermatology

    study of skin

    dermographia

    condition where writing on skin causes red mark to form

    derodidymus

    two-headed beast

    derrick

    hoisting mechanism using a boom and a central post

    desacralise

    to deprive or remove sacred qualities

    descriptivism

    doctrine that moral judgements are equivalent to descriptive judgements

    desideratum

    something which is greatly desired

    desiderium

    longing or yearning

    desinent

    terminal; ending

    desipient

    playing the fool; trifling

    desman

    large European muskrat

    desmology

    study of ligaments

    désobligeante

    carriage for one passenger

    despoliation

    despoiling; despoilment

    despotocracy

    government by despots or tyrants

    despumate

    to throw off impurities in foam; to skim; to remove scum

    desquamate

    to scale or flake off

    desudation

    extreme sweating

    desuetude

    state of disuse

    desultory

    jumping from one thing to another; rambling; unplanned

    detersion

    the act of cleaning

    detinue

    wrongful seizure of property; action to recover it

    detort

    to untwist; to twist the other way

    détraqué

    a person who is deranged

    detritivore

    animal that eats decomposing organic matter

    detritus

    waste or debris

    detrude

    to thrust downward or outward

    detumescence

    diminution of swelling

    deuteragonist

    a person who serves as a foil to another

    deuterogamy

    second marriage after the death of the first wife

    deuteropathy

    second illness in addition to an initial one

    deuteroscopy

    second view or meaning; second sight

    devall

    to sink; to decline

    devisee

    one to whom property is bequeathed in a will

    dewlap

    turkey’s wattle; flap of skin under the throat

    dexiotropic

    turning to the right

    dexter

    relating to the right side of a heraldic shield

    dexter

    towards the right side

    dextroduction

    shifting the eyes from left to right

    dextrogyratory

    turning to the right

    diable

    unglazed earthenware casserole

    diablerie

    magic; sorcery; mischief

    diabolocracy

    government by the Devil

    diabology

    study of devils

    diacatholicon

    panacea

    diaclastic

    refractory

    diaconal

    of, like or pertaining to a deacon

    diaconicon

    sacristy for sacred vessels in Orthodox churches

    diacope

    deep wound or incision

    diacope

    rhetorical separation of a compound word by a third word; tmesis

    diacoustic

    of, like or pertaining to the refraction of sound

    diacritic

    making a distinction; aiding a diagnosis or evaluation

    diactinal

    having two pointed ends

    diadermic

    of, like or pertaining to the puncturing of the skin

    diadrom

    course or passing; vibration

    diaeresis

    two dots placed over a vowel to indicate a syllable break (naïve)

    diagenesis

    production of rock out of sediment

    diaglyph

    p etched or engraved in surface of gem or stone; intaglio

    diagometer

    instrument for measuring electrical conductivity

    diagraph

    instrument for enlarging or projecting drawings

    diagraphics

    art of making diagrams or drawings

    dialectology

    study of dialects

    diallage

    device in which many arguments brought upon one point

    diallelus

    circular argument

    dialogism

    rhetorical discussion in form of an imaginary dialogue

    diamanté

    glittering; decoration using glitter

    diamantiferous

    bearing diamonds

    dianoetic

    capable of, like or pertaining to thought

    diaphanometer

    instrument for measuring the transparency of air

    diaphanous

    transparent; translucent

    diaphone

    low-pitched fog signal consisting of two tones

    diaphoresis

    artificially induced sweat

    diaporesis

    rhetorical expssion of uncertainty of which of two options to adopt

    diapyesis

    release or discharge of pus

    diarchy

    government by two people

    diaskeuast

    reviser; interpolator

    diastema

    space between teeth

    diastomatic

    moving through the pores

    diastrophe

    upheaval or drastic modification of the earth’s crust

    diasyrm

    rhetorical device of condemning through faint praise

    diatessaron

    medicine of four ingredients

    diathermic

    permeable to or able to conduct radiant heat

    diathesis

    particular condition of body or mind; pdisposing factor

    diatyposis

    rhetorically vivid and clear description of a subject

    diaulos

    ancient Greek double flute

    dibatag

    Somalian antelope with recurved horns

    dibble

    pointed tool for making holes for seeds or plants

    dicacity

    raillery; banter

    dicaeology

    defending oneself in argument by claiming justification

    dicephalous

    two-headed

    dicephalus

    dicerous

    two-horned; having two antennae

    dichogamous

    having males and females maturing at different rates

    dichord

    musical instrument with two strings

    dichroscope

    instrument for examining crystals for dichroism

    didact

    a person given to lecturing or moralizing

    didapper

    someone who disappears and bobs up again

    didascalic

    didactic; pertaining to education or teaching

    diddicoy

    itinerant tinker or scrap-dealer

    didelphine

    of, like or pertaining to opossums

    didelphous

    marsupial or pouched mammal

    didgeridoo

    Australian aboriginal instrument consisting of a long wood or bamboo tube

    didine

    of, like or pertaining to dodos

    didymous

    twin; twinned; growing in pairs

    diectasis

    extending line of verse by adding extra syllable

    diegesis

    the narration of facts

    diesis

    double dagger sign

    diestrus

    period of sexual inactivity

    diffarreation

    Roman form of porce

    differentia

    property which distinguishes one from another

    diffident

    overly shy or modest

    diffinity

    lack of similarity or affinity

    diffluent

    readily flowing away

    diffract

    to break up into segments or portions

    diffractometer

    instrument for determining structure of crystal through light diffraction

    diffrangible

    capable of being diffracted or separated

    diffugient

    dispersing; diffusing

    dight

    disposed, adorned, clothed

    digitate

    having or resembling fingers

    digitiform

    shaped like a finger

    digitigrade

    walking on the toes alone

    digitorium

    silent piano for practicing

    digladiate

    to fight with swords; to fence

    digonal

    p such that a half-turn gives the same p

    digoneutic

    double brooded

    digraph

    two letters expssing a single sound

    dijudicate

    to judge; to decide

    dik-dik

    small east African antelope

    dilacerate

    to rend or tear asunder

    dilaniate

    to tear to pieces

    dilatometer

    instrument for measuring expansion

    dilatory

    slow; given to delay or procrastination

    dilettante

    dabbler or lover of fine arts

    dilogical

    ambiguous; having two meanings

    dilogy

    intentional ambiguousness

    dilruba

    Indian stringed instrument like a small sitar

    diluvial

    of, like or pertaining to floods; especially mythical ones

    dimerous

    consisting of two parts

    dimidiate

    pided into halves

    dimissory

    sending away or giving leave to depart; dismissing

    dimity

    sheer and stout white cotton

    dinanderie

    bronze-coloured metal alloy used for decorative vessels

    dinarchy

    government by two people; diarchy

    dinic

    of, like or pertaining to vertigo or dizziness

    dinomania

    mania for dancing

    dinumeration

    numbering of rhetorical points one by one

    dioecious

    having male and female sexual organs in different inpiduals

    dionym

    name containing two parts or terms

    dioptometer

    instrument for measuring focus or refraction of the eyes

    dioptre

    unit of measurement of power of lens or eye

    dioptrics

    study of light refraction

    diorism

    distinction; definition

    diorthosis

    a critical revision of a text; any correction or adjustment

    diotic

    affecting both ears

    diphyletic

    descended from two distinct ancestral groups

    diphyodont

    having second set of teeth that replaces the first

    diphysitism

    belief in the dual nature of Christ

    diple

    mark in margin of text to indicate rejected verses or new paragraph

    dipleidoscope

    instrument for measuring moment when an object passes a meridian

    diplocephalus

    two-headed monster

    diplogenesis

    doubling of ordinarily single organ or part

    diplograph

    instrument for writing two lines of text at once

    diplomatics

    science of deciphering ancient writings and texts

    diplomatology

    study of diplomats

    diplopia

    double vision

    dipnoous

    having both lungs and gills

    dippydro

    person who often changes mind

    diprionidian

    serrated on both sides

    diprotodon

    gigantic phistoric marsupial with two incisors in lower jaw

    dipsetic

    causing to be thirsty

    dipsomania

    abnormal craving for alcohol

    dipsosis

    pathological great thirst

    diptote

    noun taking two grammatical cases only

    diptych

    pair of pictures on hinged panels; register of bishops and saints

    diremption

    separation into two; disjunction

    dirigible

    able to be directed

    dirigism

    state control in economic and social spheres

    diriment

    condition of legal nullification

    disafforest

    to clear of forest; to disforest

    disagio

    fee charged for exchanging foreign or depciated currency

    disbosom

    to make known; to reveal

    discalced

    without shoes; barefoot; a religious order wearing no shoes

    discarnate

    disembodied; separated from the body

    discept

    to dispute; to debate

    discerptible

    able to be separated

    disciform

    round or oval in shape

    discigerous

    bearing a disc or discus

    discission

    open incision or cut

    discobolus

    discus thrower

    discography

    catalogue or listing of musical recordings

    discomania

    obsession for disco music

    discombobulate

    to disconcert; to upset

    discommodious

    inconvenient

    discophile

    one who loves and studies sound recordings

    discophoran

    of, like or pertaining to jellyfishes

    discountenance

    to abash; to discourage

    disculpate

    to free from blame

    disembogue

    to discharge or eject into the sea

    disembrangle

    to free from dispute

    diseuse

    female orator or reciter of verse

    disgeneric

    being of a different genus

    disgregation

    separation; scattering

    disillude

    to free from illusion

    disimmure

    to liberate; to release from walls

    disinure

    to render unfamiliar

    disjection

    scattering or dispersion

    disomus

    monster with two bodies

    disorbed

    deprived of authority or sovereignty

    dispendious

    extravagant; expensive

    dispiteous

    pitiless; malicious

    dispone

    to set in order; dispose

    disponge

    to sprinkle or discharge as if from a sponge

    disport

    to play about, frolic or gambol

    dispad

    to spad in different ways

    dispurvey

    to deprive of provisions

    disquisition

    carefully argued examination of a topic

    disseize

    to seize or deprive of property wrongfully

    dissentient

    one who dissents; dissenter

    dissepiment

    partition or separation of tissue

    dissilient

    springing apart; bursting open with force

    dissimulate

    to ptend; to feign; to fake

    dissolute

    of loose morals; debauched

    distaff

    of, like or pertaining to the female branch of a family or women’s work

    distichous

    in or having two rows

    distraint

    seizure of goods

    distrait

    distracted; inattentive

    distributary

    branch of river that flows away from the main stream

    distributive

    indicating separate members of a group, one at a time

    ditheism

    belief in two equal gods, one good and one evil

    ditheletism

    doctrine that Christ had two wills

    dithyrambic

    passionate; ecstatic; frenzied

    ditokous

    producing two at a birth or in a clutch

    ditrichotomous

    pided into either two or three parts

    dittography

    unintentional repetition of letters in print

    dittology

    double reading or interptation

    diurnation

    hibernating or sleeping during daylight

    diutiurnal

    lasting long

    pagate

    to digress; wander about

    paricate

    to pide into two branches

    pellent

    drawing apart; pulling apart in pieces

    persiloquent

    speaking in different ways; speaking on different subjects

    perticulum

    blind passage or tunnel

    pulsion

    act of pulling or rendering apart or away

    dixit

    inpidual’s uncorroborated statement

    dizen

    to dress up; to dress gaudily

    dobsonfly

    soft-bodied insect with large mandibles

    docimasy

    scrutiny; assaying; application of tests

    docimology

    the art of assaying

    doctiloquent

    speaking learnedly

    doddered

    decayed with loss of branches

    dodecafid

    pisible into twelve parts or regions

    dodecarchy

    government by twelve people

    dodger

    shield against rain or spray on a ship’s bridge

    dogcart

    light two-wheeled carriage with seats back-to-back

    dogwatch

    a short, evening period of watch duty on a ship

    doit

    a trifle or minor thing

    dol

    unit for measuring intensity of pain

    dolabrate

    of, like or pertaining to axes or hatchets

    dolabriform

    resembling a hatchet or cleaver

    dolee

    one who receives a government benefit, especially unemployment benefits

    dolent

    mourning; doleful

    dolichocephalic

    long-headed

    dolichopodous

    having long feet

    dolioform

    shaped like a barrel

    dolmen

    phistoric structure or tomb of unhewn stones

    doloriferous

    bearing grief or pain

    dolorific

    causing great sadness or sorrow

    dolose

    having evil or malicious intent

    domal

    of, like or pertaining to a house or dome

    domett

    plain cotton-wool blend

    dominicide

    killing or killer of one’s master

    dompteuse

    female animal trainer

    donary

    thing given for a sacred purpose

    donative

    benefice psented to church without reference to bishop

    donné

    basic assumption or axiom; basic principle of an artwork

    donnism

    self-importance

    donnybrook

    an uproarious brawl

    dontopedalogy

    putting one’s foot in one’s mouth

    doomster

    judge; pessimist

    dop

    copper cup for holding a diamond while cutting it

    doppio

    double meter Renaissance dance step

    doramania

    obsession with owning furs

    doria

    striped cotton muslin

    dormition

    falling asleep; death

    doromania

    obsession with giving gifts

    dorsad

    towards the back

    dorsiventral

    having differentiated opposite faces or surfaces

    doryphorus

    sculpture of a spear-bearer

    dos-a-dos

    carriage where passengers seated back to back

    dosimeter

    instrument for measuring dose of radiation

    dosimetry

    measurement of doses of drugs

    dosiology

    the study of doses

    dossal

    ornamental cloth hung behind and above an altar

    dossil

    plug; spigot; wad of lint for wiping a wound

    dotation

    endowment or donation

    douanier

    customs official

    doublette

    copy of own artwork made by an artist

    douc

    southern Chinese monkey

    doucet

    savory tart baked in sweet dough

    douceur

    gentleness or sweetness; a subtly offered bribe

    doulocracy

    government by slaves

    douroucouli

    small South American nocturnal monkey

    dowitcher

    long-billed North American wading bird

    downhaul

    rope for holding down or hauling down a sail or spar

    doxastic

    of, like or pertaining to opinion

    doxographer

    compiler of opinions of philosophers

    doxology

    hymn or verse of praise to God

    drabble

    to besmear; bedraggle

    draconiform

    shaped like a dragon

    draconites

    jewel supposedly found inside a dragon’s head

    drageoir

    box for holding sweetmeats

    dragonism

    unremitting watchfulness

    dragonnade

    persecution by military means

    dragoon

    to compel by military bullying; to compel by force

    drail

    iron bow of a plough; heavy fishhook

    dramaturgy

    art of producing and staging dramatic works

    drap-de-Berry

    old woollen cloth

    drapetomania

    intense desire to run away from home

    dreadnought

    heavy woollen cloth

    dreamery

    a place favourable to dreams

    dree

    to endure or withstand

    dreikanter

    three-faced pebble worn by wind

    drepaniform

    shaped like a sickle

    drepanoid

    like a sickle

    drill

    durable twilled cotton

    dripstone

    stone projection used to dispose of rainwater

    dririmancy

    pination by observing dripping blood

    droguet

    ribbed woollen dress fabric

    drogulus

    entity whose existence is unverifiable due to lack of physical effects

    drollery

    drollness; comic show; jest

    dromestoners

    persons who remove stones from temporary airfields

    dromic

    of, like or pertaining to a racecourse

    dromomania

    compulsive longing for travel

    dromometer

    instrument for measuring speed

    dromond

    large single-sailed ship powered by rowers

    dromophobia

    fear of crossing streets

    droskhy

    low four-wheeled open carriage

    drosometer

    instrument for measuring dew

    drugget

    coarse durable wool fabric

    drumlin

    long hill formed by glacial retreat

    drung

    narrow road or path to a pasture

    drupaceous

    of, like or pertaining to drupes or stone-fruits

    druxy

    having decayed spots concealed by healthy wood

    drygulch

    to murder by pushing off a cliff

    drysalter

    seller of dry goods and chemicals

    duarchy

    government by two people; diarchy

    duarf

    fictitious nineteen-toed fish of Erewhon

    dubitate

    to doubt; to hesitate

    dubitative

    mood signifying doubt or incertitude

    ducape

    plain-woven stout silk fabric

    ducdame

    meaningless refrain

    duck

    durable closely woven cotton fabric

    duck

    amphibious military truck

    ductia

    vigorous stamping dance

    dudgeon

    resentment; offended resignation

    duende

    power to attract through personal charm

    duenna

    governess; chaperone

    duffel

    fabric of thick, low-quality woolen cloth

    dugong

    aquatic herbivorous mammal like the manatee

    duiker

    small African antelope

    dulcian

    a small early bassoon

    dulcifluous

    flowing sweetly

    dulciloquent

    speaking sweetly

    dulia

    inferior veneration of saints and angels in comparison with God

    dulocracy

    government by slaves; doulocracy

    dulosis

    slavery practiced by animals; especially ants

    dump

    obsolete English dance in 4/4 time

    duncical

    stupid; dim-witted

    dungaree

    heavy coarse durable twilled cotton, usually coloured

    duniwassal

    a Scottish gentleman

    dunnage

    wood laid in hold to keep cargo dry and safe

    dunnart

    mouse-like marsupial with pointed snout

    duodenary

    of, like or pertaining to the number twelve

    duomachy

    duel or fight between two people

    durance

    stout heavy wool-based fabric

    durative

    continuing; not completed; undergoing transformation

    durometer

    instrument for measuring hardness of substances

    duteous

    devoted to duty; obedient

    duumvirate

    governing council or body of two inpiduals

    duvetyn

    smooth lustrous velvety fabric

    dwale

    stupefying drink

    dwile

    floorcloth or mop

    dyarchy

    government by two people; diarchy

    dynamogenesis

    production of increased nerve activity

    dynamograph

    instrument for recording mechanical forces

    dynamometer

    instrument for measuring mechanical force

    dyne

    unit of force to accelerate 1 gram to 1 cm per second per second

    dyogram

    ship’s chart indicating compass deflection due to ship’s iron

    dyphone

    double lute with fifty strings

    dysaesthesia

    loss of sensation

    dysania

    having a hard time waking up in the morning

    dysbulia

    loss of willpower

    dyschroa

    discoloration of the skin

    dyschromatopic

    colour-blind

    dysgenesis

    sterility in hybrid creatures

    dysgenics

    the study of racial degeneration

    dyslogia

    inability to expss ideas due to mental incompetence

    dyslogistic

    conveying censure; opprobrious

    dysmorphophobia

    fear of physical deformities

    dysphagia

    pathological difficulty in swallowing

    dysphemism

    replacement of an inoffensive by an offensive word

    dysphonia

    physical abnormality causing speech impediment

    dysphoria

    uneasiness; restlessness; general depssion

    dystectic

    not easily fused

    dysteleology

    study of purposeless organs; doctrine of purposelessness

    dystocia

    difficult childbirth

    dystopia

    place where all is as bad as possible

    dziggetai

    Mongolian wild ass

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