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dabble

dabble
(v. i.) To play in water, as with the hands; to paddle or splash in mud or water.
(v. i.) To work in slight or superficial manner; to do in a small way; to tamper; to meddle.
(v. t.) To wet by little dips or strokes; to spatter; to sprinkle; to moisten; to wet.

daftly

daftly
In a mildly insane manner; "the old lady is beginning to behave quite dottily"

daggle

daggle
(v. i.) To run, go, or trail one's self through water, mud, or slush; to draggle.
(v. t.) To trail, so as to wet or befoul; to make wet and limp; to moisten.

damply

damply
In a damp manner; "a scarf was tied round her head but the rebellious curl had escaped and hung damply over her left eye"

dandle

dandle
(v. t.) To move up and down on one's knee or in one's arms, in affectionate play, as an infant.
(v. t.) To treat with fondness, as if a child; to fondle; to toy with; to pet.
(v. t.) To play with; to put off or delay by trifles; to wheedle.

dangle

dangle
(v. i.) To hang loosely, or with a swinging or jerking motion.
(v. t.) To cause to dangle; to swing, as something suspended loosely; as, to dangle the feet.

dapple

dapple
(a.) Alt. of Dappled
(n.) One of the spots on a dappled animal.
(v. t.) To variegate with spots; to spot.

darkle

darkle
(v. i.) To grow dark; to show indistinctly.

darkly

darkly
(adv.) With imperfect light, clearness, or knowledge; obscurely; dimly; blindly; uncertainly.
(adv.) With a dark, gloomy, cruel, or menacing look.

dartle

dartle
(v. t. & i.) To pierce or shoot through; to dart repeatedly: -- frequentative of dart.

dawdle

dawdle
(n.) A dawdler.
(v. i.) To waste time in trifling employment; to trifle; to saunter.
(v. t.) To waste by trifling; as, to dawdle away a whole morning.

dayfly

dayfly
(n.) A neuropterous insect of the genus Ephemera and related genera, of many species, and inhabiting fresh water in the larval state; the ephemeral fly; -- so called because it commonly lives but one day in the winged or adult state. See Ephemeral fly, under Ephemeral.

dazzle

dazzle
(n.) A light of dazzling brilliancy.
(v. i.) To be overpoweringly or intensely bright; to excite admiration by brilliancy.
(v. i.) To be overpowered by light; to be confused by excess of brightness.
(v. t.) To overpower with light; to confuse the sight of by brilliance of light.
(v. t.) To bewilder or surprise with brilliancy or display of any kind.

deadly

deadly
(a.) Capable of causing death; mortal; fatal; destructive; certain or likely to cause death; as, a deadly blow or wound.
(a.) Aiming or willing to destroy; implacable; desperately hostile; flagitious; as, deadly enemies.
(a.) Subject to death; mortal.
(adv.) In a manner resembling, or as if produced by, death.
(adv.) In a manner to occasion death; mortally.
(adv.) In an implacable manner; destructively.
(adv.) Extremely.

deafly

deafly
(a.) Lonely; solitary.
(adv.) Without sense of sounds; obscurely.

dearly

dearly
(adv.) In a dear manner; with affection; heartily; earnestly; as, to love one dearly.
(adv.) At a high rate or price; grievously.
(adv.) Exquisitely.

decals

decals
Either a design that is fixed to some surface or a paper bearing the design which is to be transferred to the surface

decile

decile
(n.) An aspect or position of two planets, when they are distant from each other a tenth part of the zodiac, or 36ยก.

deckle

deckle
(n.) A separate thin wooden frame used to form the border of a hand mold, or a curb of India rubber or other material which rests on, and forms the edge of, the mold in a paper machine and determines the width of the paper.

deeply

deeply
(adv.) At or to a great depth; far below the surface; as, to sink deeply.
(adv.) Profoundly; thoroughly; not superficially; in a high degree; intensely; as, deeply skilled in ethics.
(adv.) Very; with a tendency to darkness of color.
(adv.) Gravely; with low or deep tone; as, a deeply toned instrument.
(adv.) With profound skill; with art or intricacy; as, a deeply laid plot or intrigue.

defile

defile
(n.) Any narrow passage or gorge in which troops can march only in a file, or with a narrow front; a long, narrow pass between hills, rocks, etc.
(n.) The act of defilading a fortress, or of raising the exterior works in order to protect the interior. See Defilade.
(v. i.) To march off in a line, file by file; to file off.
(v. t.) Same as Defilade.
(v. t.) To make foul or impure; to make filthy; to dirty; to befoul; to pollute.
(v. t.) To soil or sully; to tarnish, as reputation; to taint.
(v. t.) To injure in purity of character; to corrupt.
(v. t.) To corrupt the chastity of; to debauch; to violate.
(v. t.) To make ceremonially unclean; to pollute.
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