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do |duː| — an uproarious party
do by |də baɪ| — interact in a certain way
do in |də ɪn| — get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing
do up |də ʌp| — wrap for decorative purposes
do-all |ˈduːˌɔːl| — A general manager or factotum.
do-gooder |ˌduː ˈɡʊdər| — someone devoted to the promotion of human welfare and to social reforms
do-it-yourself |ˈduːɪtjərˈself| — done by yourself
do-naught |ˈduːnɔːt| — (archaic) A lazy good-for-nothing.
do-nothing |ˈnʌθɪŋ| — person who does no work
doable |ˈduːəbl| — capable of existing or taking place or proving true; possible to do
dobbin |ˈdɑːˌbɪn| — a quiet plodding workhorse
doc |dɑːk| — a licensed medical practitioner
docent |ˈdəʊsnt| — a teacher at some universities
docile |ˈdɑːsl| — ready and willing to be taught
docilely |ˈdəʊsaɪlɪ| — Submissively or obediently.
docility |dəʊˈsɪlɪtɪ| — the trait of being agreeably submissive and manageable
dock |dɑːk| — an enclosure in a court of law where the defendant sits during the trial
dockage |ˈdɑːkɪdʒ| — a fee charged for a vessel to use a dock
docker |ˈdɑːkər| — a laborer who loads and unloads vessels in a port
docket |ˈdɑːkɪt| — (law) the calendar of a court; the list of cases to be tried or a summary of the court's activities
docking |ˈdɑːkɪŋ| — the act of securing an arriving vessel with ropes
dockworker |ˈdɑːˌkwərkər| — a laborer who loads and unloads vessels in a port
dockyard |ˈdɑːkjɑːrd| — an establishment on the waterfront where vessels are built or fitted out or repaired
doctor |ˈdɑːktər| — a licensed medical practitioner
doctoral |ˈdɑːktərəl| — of or relating to a doctor or doctorate
doctorate |ˈdɑːktərət| — one of the highest earned academic degrees conferred by a university
doctrinaire |ˌdɑːktrəˈner| — a stubborn person of arbitrary or arrogant opinions
doctrinal |ˈdɑːktrənl| — relating to or involving or preoccupied with doctrine
doctrinarian |ˌdɒktrɪˈneərɪən| — A doctrinaire.
doctrine |ˈdɑːktrɪn| — a belief (or system of beliefs) accepted as authoritative by some group or school
doctrinism — doctrinal rigidity; using a doctrine without any criticism.
document |ˈdɑːkjʊmənt| — writing that provides information (especially information of an official nature)
documentary |ˌdɑːkjʊˈmentrɪ| — a film or TV program presenting the facts about a person or event
documentation |ˌdɑːkjʊmenˈteɪʃn| — confirmation that some fact or statement is true through the use of documentary evidence
documented |ˈdɑːkjəˌmentəd| — established as genuine
dodder |ˈdɒdər| — a leafless annual parasitic vine of the genus Cuscuta having whitish or yellow filamentous stems; obtain nourishment through haustoria
doddered |ˈdɒdəd| — simple past tense and past participle of dodder
dodderer |ˈdɒdərər| — one who dodders from old age and weakness
doddering |ˈdɑːdərɪŋ| — mentally or physically infirm with age
doddery |ˈdɒdərɪ| — mentally or physically infirm with age
dodecagon |dəʊˈdekəɡən| — a twelve-sided polygon
dodecahedron |ˌdəʊdekəˈhiːdrən| — any polyhedron having twelve plane faces
dodge |dɑːdʒ| — an elaborate or deceitful scheme contrived to deceive or evade
dodger |ˈdɑːdʒər| — a shifty deceptive person
dodgery |ˈdɒdʒərɪ| — (rare) trickery
dodgy |ˈdɑːdʒɪ| — of uncertain outcome; especially fraught with risk
dodo |ˈdəʊdəʊ| — someone whose style is out of fashion
doe |dəʊ| — the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977
doer |ˈduːər| — a person who acts and gets things done
doeskin |ˈdəʊˌskɪn| — soft leather from deerskin or lambskin
dog |dɔːɡ| — a member of the genus Canis (probably descended from the common wolf) that has been domesticated by man since prehistoric times; occurs in many breeds
dog-biscuit |ˈdɒɡ bɪskɪt| — food for dogs, compressed into a small dry shape.
dog-cheap |tʃiːp| — (obsolete) Very cheap.
dog-collar |ˈdɒɡ kɒlər| — A collar for a dog
dog-days |ˈdɒɡ deɪz| — The days between early July and early September when Sirius (the Dog Star) rises and sets with the Sun.
dog-eared |ˈdɔːɡˌɪərd| — worn or shabby from overuse or (of pages) from having corners turned down
dog-fox |ˈdɒɡfɒks| — A male fox.
dog-house |ˈdɒɡhaʊs| — Alternative spelling of doghouse.
dog-in-the-manger |ˈdɒɡɪnðəˈmeɪndʒə| — One who denies others what he cannot use himself.
dog-rose |ˈdɒɡrəʊz| — The European wild rose, Rosa canina, having fragrant white or pink flowers and stems with sharp spines.
dog-salmon |ˈdɒɡˈsæmən| — chum salmon
dog-sleep — A shallow sleep; a pretended sleep. Dogs seem to sleep with "one eye open."
Dog-star — (astronomy) A bluish-white star in the constellation Canis Major; Alpha (α) Canis Majoris. A vertex of the Winter Triangle and the brightest star in the night sky. It is actually a binary star with a white dwarf companion star.
dog-tired |taɪrd| — drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted
dog-tooth |ˈdɒɡtuːθ| — Alternative form of dog tooth.
dog-watch |ˈdɒɡwɒtʃ| — Alternative form of dogwatch.
dog-weary |ˈwiːriː| — (obsolete) Extremely weary.
dogate |ˈdəʊɡeɪt| — The office or dignity of a doge.
dogbane |ˈdɒɡˌben| — any of several poisonous perennial plants of the genus Apocynum having acrid milky juice and bell-shaped white or pink flowers and a very bitter root
dogberry |ˈdɒɡˌberɪ| — (botany) The berry of the dogwood.
dogcart |ˈdɔːɡˌkɑːrt| — a cart drawn by a dog
doge |dəʊdʒ| — formerly the chief magistrate in the republics of Venice and Genoa
dogface |ˈdɔːɡˌfeɪs| — (US military) A generic name for a foot soldier, especially during World War II.
dogfight |ˈdɔːɡfaɪt| — a fiercely disputed contest
dogfish |ˈdɔːɡfɪʃ| — primitive long-bodied carnivorous freshwater fish with a very long dorsal fin; found in sluggish waters of North America
dogged |ˈdɔːɡɪd| — stubbornly unyielding
doggedly |ˈdɔːɡɪdlɪ| — with obstinate determination
dogger |ˈdɔːɡər| — A two-masted fishing vessel, used by the Dutch.
doggerel |ˈdɔːɡərəl| — a comic verse of irregular measure
doggery |ˈdɔːɡəriː| — (obsolete) A squalid tavern.
doggie |ˈdɒɡɪ| — informal terms for dogs
doggish |ˈdɔːɡɪʃ| — currish, resembling a mongrel dog, notably in his worst qualities
doggo |ˈdɔːɡəʊ| — quietly in concealment
doggone |ˈdɔːɡɡɔːn| — (US) Euphemism for goddamned.
doggy |ˈdɔːɡɪ| — informal terms for dogs
doghouse |ˈdɔːɡhaʊs| — outbuilding that serves as a shelter for a dog
dogma |ˈdɔːɡmə| — a religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true without proof
dogmata |ˈdɒɡmətə| — plural form of dogma
dogmatic |dɔːɡˈmætɪk| — characterized by assertion of unproved or unprovable principles
dogmatical — characterized by assertion of unproved or unprovable principles
dogmatically |daɡˈmætɪkəlɪ| — in a narrow-minded dogmatic manner
dogmatics |dɔːɡˈmætɪks| — The systematic study of church dogma.
dogmatise — state as a dogma
dogmatism |ˈdɔːɡmətɪzəm| — the intolerance and prejudice of a bigot
dogmatize |ˈdɒɡmətaɪz| — state as a dogma
dogsbody |ˈdɔːɡzbɑːdɪ| — a worker who has to do all the unpleasant or boring jobs that no one else wants to do
dogshores |ˈdɒɡʃɔːz| — plural form of dogshore
dogskin |ˈdɑːɡskɪn| — leather made from the skin of a dog
dogtooth |ˈdɒɡtuːθ| — perennial woodland spring-flowering plant; widely cultivated
dogtrot |ˈdɒɡtrɑːt| — a steady trot like that of a dog
dogwatch |ˈdɒɡwɒtʃ| — either of two short watches: from 4-6 pm or 6-8 pm
dogwood |ˈdɔːɡwʊd| — a tree of shrub of the genus Cornus often having showy bracts resembling flowers
doily |ˈdɔɪlɪ| — a small round piece of linen placed under a dish or bowl
doing |ˈduːɪŋ| — A deed or action, especially when somebody is held responsible for it.
doings |ˈduːɪŋz| — manner of acting or controlling yourself
doit |dɔɪt| — (historical) A small Dutch coin, equivalent to one-eighth of a stiver.
doited |ˈdɔɪtɪd| — Afflicted with weak-mindedness, usually caused by senility
doldrums |ˈdəʊldrəmz| — a state of inactivity (in business or art etc)
dole |dəʊl| — a share of money or food or clothing that has been charitably given
doleful |ˈdəʊlfl| — filled with or evoking sadness
dolefully |ˈdəʊlfʊlɪ| — with sadness; in a sorrowful manner
dolichocephalic |ˌdɑːləkəʊsəˈfælɪk| — an adult with a long narrow head
doll |dɑːl| — a small replica of a person; used as a toy
dollar |ˈdɑːlər| — the basic monetary unit in many countries; equal to 100 cents
dollars |ˈdɑːlərz| — plural form of dollar
dolled |ˈdɑːld| — simple past tense and past participle of doll
dollish |ˈdɒlɪʃ| — Like a doll.
dollop |ˈdɑːləp| — a small measure (usually of food)
dolly |ˈdɑːlɪ| — conveyance consisting of a wheeled support on which a camera can be mounted
dolly-shop |ˈdɒlɪʃɒp| — (UK, obsolete) A shop where rags, old junk, etc., are bought and sold; an unlicensed pawnbroker's shop, formerly distinguished by the sign of a black doll.
dolman |ˈdɑːlmən| — a hussar's jacket worn over the shoulders
dolmen |ˈdəʊlmen| — a prehistoric megalithic tomb typically having two large upright stones and a capstone
dolomite |ˈdɒləˌmaɪt| — a kind of sedimentary rock resembling marble or limestone but rich in magnesium carbonate
dolor — (poetry) painful grief
dolorous |ˈdəʊlərəs| — showing sorrow
dolour |ˈdɒlər| — (poetry) painful grief
dolphin |ˈdɑːlfɪn| — large slender food and game fish widely distributed in warm seas (especially around Hawaii)
dolt |dəʊlt| — a person who is not very bright
doltish |ˈdəʊltɪʃ| — heavy and dull and stupid
domain |dəʊˈmeɪn| — a particular environment or walk of life
dome |dəʊm| — a concave shape whose distinguishing characteristic is that the concavity faces downward
domed |dəʊmd| — having a hemispherical vault or dome
domestic |dəˈmestɪk| — a servant who is paid to perform menial tasks around the household
domesticable |dəˈmestəkəbəl| — Capable of being domesticated.
domestically |dəˈmestɪklɪ| — with respect to the internal affairs of a government
domesticate |dəˈmestɪkeɪt| — adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) to the environment
domesticated |dəˈmestɪkeɪtɪd| — converted or adapted to domestic use
domestication |dəˌmestɪˈkeɪʃn| — adaptation to intimate association with human beings
domesticity |ˌdəʊmeˈstɪsətɪ| — the quality of being domestic or domesticated
domett |dəʊˈmet| — A kind of baize with cotton warp and woollen weft.
domical |ˈdɑːməkəl| — Of, pertaining to, resembling or having a dome
domicile |ˈdɑːmɪsaɪl| — (law) the residence where you have your permanent home or principal establishment and to where, whenever you are absent, you intend to return; every person is compelled to have one and only one domicile at a time
domiciliary |ˌdɑːməˈsɪlɪerɪ| — of or relating to or provided in a domicile
dominance |ˈdɑːmɪnəns| — superior development of one side of the body
dominant |ˈdɑːmɪnənt| — (music) the fifth note of the diatonic scale
dominate |ˈdɑːmɪneɪt| — be larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance
dominated |ˈdɑːməˌnetəd| — controlled or ruled by superior authority or power
dominating |ˈdɑːməˌnetɪŋ| — most powerful or important or influential
domination |ˌdɑːmɪˈneɪʃn| — social control by dominating
domineer |ˌdɑːməˈnɪr| — rule or exercise power over (somebody) in a cruel and autocratic manner
domineering |ˌdɑməˈnɪərɪŋ| — tending to domineer
dominical |dəˈmɪnək(ə)l| — of or relating to or coming from Jesus Christ
Dominican |dəˈmɪnɪkən| — a Roman Catholic friar wearing the black mantle of the Dominican order
dominie |ˈdɒmɪnɪ| — a clergyman; especially a settled minister or parson
dominion |dəˈmɪnɪən| — dominance or power through legal authority
domino |ˈdɑːmənəʊ| — United States rhythm and blues pianist and singer and composer (born in 1928)
dominoes |ˈdɒmɪnəʊz| — any of several games played with small rectangular blocks
don |dɑːn| — a Spanish gentleman or nobleman
dona |ˈdəʊnə| — a Spanish courtesy title or form of address for a woman
donate |ˈdəʊneɪt| — give to a charity or good cause
donated |dəʊˈneɪtɪd| — simple past tense and past participle of donate
donating |dəʊˈneɪtɪŋ| — Present participle of donate.
donation |dəʊˈneɪʃn| — a voluntary gift (as of money or service or ideas) made to some worthwhile cause
donative |ˈdɑːnətɪv| — Of, pertaining to, or being a donation
donator — One who donates.
donatory |dɑːnəˌtɔːriː| — (law, Scotland) A donee of the crown; one to whom, upon certain conditions, escheated property is made over.
done |dʌn| — having finished or arrived at completion
donee |dəʊˈniː| — the recipient of funds or other benefits
donga |ˈdɑːŋɡə| — (Australia) A transportable building with single rooms, often used on remote work sites or as tourist accommodation.
donjon |ˈdɒndʒən| — the main tower within the walls of a medieval castle or fortress
donkey |ˈdɔːŋkɪ| — the symbol of the Democratic Party; introduced in cartoons by Thomas Nast in 1874
donna |ˈdɑːnə| — an Italian woman of rank
donnish |ˈdɑːnɪʃ| — marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning especially its trivial aspects
donnybrook |ˈdɑːnɪˌbrʊk| — A brawl or fracas; a scene of chaos.
donor |ˈdəʊnər| — person who makes a gift of property
doodad |ˈduːˌdæd| — something unspecified whose name is either forgotten or not known
doodah |ˈduːdɑː| — A thing; especially an unspecified gadget, device, or part.
doodle |ˈduːdl| — an aimless drawing
doodlebug |ˈduːdlbʌɡ| — a small motor vehicle
doolie |ˈduːliː| — (US) A first year student at the United States Air Force Academy; a cadet freshman
doom |duːm| — an unpleasant or disastrous destiny
doomed |ˈduːmd| — people who are destined to die soon
dooms |ˈduːmz| — plural form of doom
doomsday |ˈduːmzdeɪ| — (New Testament) day at the end of time following Armageddon when God will decree the fates of all individual humans according to the good and evil of their earthly lives
door |dɔːr| — a swinging or sliding barrier that will close the entrance to a room or building or vehicle
doorbell |ˈdɔːrbel| — a push button at an outer door that gives a ringing or buzzing signal when pushed
doorcase |ˈdɔːrkeɪs| — the frame that supports a door
doorjamb |ˈdɔːdʒæm| — a jamb for a door
doorkeeper |ˈdɔːrkiːpər| — an official stationed at the entrance of a courtroom or legislative chamber
doorman |ˈdɔːrmən| — someone who guards an entrance
doormat |ˈdɔːrmæt| — a person who is physically weak and ineffectual
doorplate |ˈdɔːrpleɪt| — a nameplate fastened to a door; indicates the person who works or lives there
doorpost |ˈdɔːrpəʊst| — a jamb for a door
doorstep |ˈdɔːrstep| — the sill of a door; a horizontal piece of wood or stone that forms the bottom of a doorway and offers support when passing through a doorway
doorstone — The stone forming a threshold.
doorway |ˈdɔːrweɪ| — the entrance (the space in a wall) through which you enter or leave a room or building; the space that a door can close
dooryard |ˈdɔːjɑːd| — a yard outside the front or rear door of a house
dopamine |ˈdəʊpəmiːn| — a monoamine neurotransmitter found in the brain and essential for the normal functioning of the central nervous system; as a drug (trade names Dopastat and Intropin) it is used to treat shock and hypotension
dopant |ˈdəʊp(ə)nt| — A substance added in small amounts to a pure semiconductor material to alter its conductive properties.
dope |dəʊp| — street names for marijuana
dopey |ˈdəʊpɪ| — having or revealing stupidity
dopy — having or revealing stupidity
dor |dɔːr| — A large European dung beetle, Geotrupes stercorarius, that makes a droning noise while flying.
dorado |dɒˈrɑːdəʊ| — a constellation in the southern hemisphere near Reticulum and Pictor; contains most of the Large Magellanic Cloud
Dorcas |ˈdɔːrkəs| — A woman who is said, in the Bible, to have been restored to life by Peter.
dorhawk — A bird, the European goatsucker.
Dorian |ˈdɔːrɪən| — a member of one of four linguistic divisions of the prehistoric Greeks
Doric |ˈdɔːrɪk| — the dialect of Ancient Greek spoken in Doris
Dorking |ˈdɔːrkɪŋ| — an English breed of large domestic fowl having five toes (the hind toe doubled)
dorm |dɔːrm| — a college or university building containing living quarters for students
dormancy |ˈdɔːrmənsɪ| — a state of quiet (but possibly temporary) inaction
dormant |ˈdɔːrmənt| — in a condition of biological rest or suspended animation
dormer |ˈdɔːrmər| — a gabled extension built out from a sloping roof to accommodate a vertical window
dormice |ˈdɔːrmaɪs| — plural form of dormouse
dormitive — Causing sleep.
dormitory |ˈdɔːrmətɔːrɪ| — a college or university building containing living quarters for students
dormouse |ˈdɔːrmaʊs| — small furry-tailed squirrel-like Old World rodent that becomes torpid in cold weather
dorp |dɔːrp| — (now chiefly South Africa) A village or small town; a town considered provincial.
dorr |ˈdɔːr| — A dor, or dorbeetle.
dorsal |ˈdɔːrsl| — belonging to or on or near the back or upper surface of an animal or organ or part
dorse |dɔːrs| — The Baltic or variable cod (Gadus callarias), by some believed to be the young of the common codfish.
dorsiflexion |ˌdɔːsɪˈflekʃən| — the act of bending backward (of the body or a body part)
dorter |ˈdɔːrtər| — (historical) A bedroom or dormitory, especially in a monastery.
dortour |ˈdɔːtə| — (historical) A bedroom or dormitory, especially in a monastery.
dory |ˈdɔːrɪ| — a small boat of shallow draft with cross thwarts for seats and rowlocks for oars with which it is propelled
dosage |ˈdəʊsɪdʒ| — the quantity of an active agent (substance or radiation) taken in or absorbed at any one time
dose |dəʊs| — a measured portion of medicine taken at any one time
dosimeter |dəʊˈsɪmɪtər| — a measuring instrument for measuring doses of ionizing radiation (X-rays or radioactivity)
doss |dɑːs| — sleep in a convenient place
doss-house |ˈdɒs haʊs| — A place where homeless people can sleep for the night. Provided either by the local council, or by a charity organisation.
dossal |ˈdɑːsəl| — an ornamental hanging of rich fabric hung behind the altar of a church or at the sides of a chancel
dosshouse |ˈdɑːshaʊs| — a cheap lodging house
dossier |ˈdɔːsɪeɪ| — a collection of papers containing detailed information about a particular person or subject (usually a person's record)
dossil |ˈdɑːsəl| — (surgery) A small ovoid or cylindrical roll or pledget of lint, for keeping a sore, wound, etc., open; a tent.
dost |dəst| — (archaic) second-person singular simple present form of do
dot |dɑːt| — a very small circular shape
dot-com |ˌdɑːt ˈkɑːm| — a company that operates its business primarily on the internet using a URL that ends in `.com'
dotage |ˈdəʊtɪdʒ| — mental infirmity as a consequence of old age; sometimes shown by foolish infatuations
dotard |ˈdəʊtəd| — an oldster in his dotage; someone whose age has impaired his intellect
dote |dəʊt| — be foolish or senile due to old age
doth |ˈdɒθ| — archaic third-person singular simple present indicative form of do; does
doting |ˈdəʊtɪŋ| — extravagantly or foolishly loving and indulgent
dotish |ˈdəʊtɪʃ| — (archaic) foolish; weak; imbecile
dotted |ˈdɑːtəd| — having a pattern of dots
dotterel |ˈdɑːtərəl| — rare plover of upland areas of Eurasia
dottle |ˈdɒtəl| — the residue of partially burnt tobacco left caked in the bowl of a pipe after smoking
dottrel |ˈdɑːtrəl| — Archaic form of dotterel.
dotty |ˈdɑːtɪ| — informal or slang terms for mentally irregular
doty |ˈdəʊtɪ| — (carpentry, of wood) Suffering from rot, or waterlogged
double |ˈdʌbl| — a base hit on which the batter stops safely at second base
double back |ˈdʌbəl ˈbæk| — retrace one's course
double up |ˈdʌbəl ʌp| — bend over or curl up, usually with laughter or pain
double-barreled — having two purposes; twofold
double-barrelled |ˌdʌbl ˈbærəld| — having two purposes; twofold
double-bass |ˌdʌbəl ˈbeɪs| — pitched an octave below normal bass instrumental or vocal range
double-bedded |ˌdʌbəl ˈbedɪd| — having a double bed
double-blind |ˌdʌbl ˈblaɪnd| — Describing an experiment (usually medical) in which the identity of those conducting the test(s) is kept secret from both the subjects and the administrators until the outcome of the experiment is known.
double-breasted |ˈˌdəbəl ˈˌbrestəd| — (of clothing) fastened by lapping one edge of the front well over the other usually with a double row of buttons
double-cross |ˌdʌbəl ˈkrɒs| — To betray or go back on
double-deal — To deal the top and bottom cards from a deck to a confederate in a card game as if they were one card.
double-dealer |ˌdʌbəl ˈdiːlər| — a person who says one thing and does another
double-dealing |ˌdʌbəl ˈdiːlɪŋ| — acting in bad faith; deception by pretending to entertain one set of intentions while acting under the influence of another
double-decker |ˌdəbəlˈdekər| — a vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport
double-digit |ˈdəbəl ˌdɪjɪt| — Referring to a number between 10 and 99 inclusive, a number that requires two digits to write in base 10.
double-dyed |ˌdʌbəl ˈdaɪd| — without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers
double-edged |ˌdəbəlˈejd| — capable of being interpreted in two usually contradictory ways
double-faced |ˌdʌbəl ˈfeɪst| — (of fabrics) having faces on both sides
double-first |ˌdʌbəl ˈfɜːst| — (UK) A first-class degree both in classics and mathematics.
double-handed |ˌdəbəlˈhandəd| — Having two hands.
double-header |ˈhedər| — A train with two engines, (predates baseball term).
double-meaning |dʌbl ˈmiːnɪŋ| — The situation in which a word or phrase has two different, often opposite, meanings
double-quick |ˌdəbəlˈkwɪk| — (of a marching cadence) very quick
double-sided — On both sides of a piece of paper.
double-stop |stɑːp| — (music, stringed instruments) two notes being played simultaneously
double-talk |ˈdʌbəl tɔːk| — (idiomatic): Lying, especially in a formal political statement.
double-tongued |ˈtʌŋd| — marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another
doubled |ˈdʌbəld| — twice as great or many
doubleheader — two games instead of one (especially in baseball when the same two teams play two games on the same day)
doublet |ˈdʌblət| — a man's close-fitting jacket; worn during the Renaissance
doubletree |ˈdʌbəlˌtrɪ| — a crossbar on a wagon or carriage to which two whiffletrees are attached in order to harness two horses abreast
doubling |ˈdʌbəlɪŋ| — increase by a factor of two
doubloon |dʌˈbluːn| — a former Spanish gold coin
doublure |dəˈblʊr| — an elaborately decorated leather flyleaf in a book
doubly |ˈdʌblɪ| — to double the degree
doubt |daʊt| — the state of being unsure of something
doubtful |ˈdaʊtfl| — open to doubt or suspicion
doubtfully |ˈdaʊtfʊlɪ| — in a doubtful manner
doubtfulness |ˈdaʊtfʊlnəs| — the state of being unsure of something
doubting |ˈdaʊtɪŋ| — marked by or given to doubt
doubtless |ˈdaʊtləs| — without doubt; certainly
doubtlessly |daʊbtlessleɪ| — without doubt; certainly
douce |duːs| — (dialect) Serious and quiet; steady, not flighty or casual; sober.
douceur |duːˈsɜːr| — Gentleness and sweetness of manner; agreeableness.
douche |duːʃ| — a small syringe with detachable nozzles; used for vaginal lavage and enemas
dough |dəʊ| — a flour mixture stiff enough to knead or roll
doughboy |ˈdəʊbɔɪ| — an American infantryman in World War I
doughface |ˈdəʊˌfeɪs| — (pejorative) a person, especially a politician, who is pliable, moldable like dough.
doughnut |ˈdəʊnʌt| — a toroidal shape
doughtily |ˈdaʊtɪlɪ| — In a doughty manner.
doughtiness |ˈdaʊtɪnɪs| — The quality of being doughty.
doughty |ˈdaʊtɪ| — Brave; bold; courageous; valiant; intrepid; stouthearted; fearless.
doughy |ˈdəʊɪ| — having the consistency of dough because of insufficient leavening or improper cooking
dour |ˈdaʊər| — stubbornly unyielding
dourly |ˈdʊəlɪ| — in a sullen manner
douse |daʊs| — put out, as of a candle or a light
dove |dʌv| — any of numerous small pigeons
dovecot |ˈdʌvkɑːt| — A dovecote.
dovecote |ˈdʌvkɑːt| — a birdhouse for pigeons
dovelike — Similar to a dove.
dovetail |ˈdʌvteɪl| — a mortise joint formed by interlocking tenons and mortises
dovetailed |ˈdʌvˌteld| — simple past tense and past participle of dovetail
dovetailing |ˈdʌvteɪlɪŋ| — Present participle of dovetail.
dowager |ˈdaʊədʒər| — a widow holding property received from her deceased husband
dowdy |ˈdaʊdɪ| — British marshal of the RAF who commanded the British air defense forces that defeated the Luftwaffe during the Battle of Britain (1882-1970)
dowdyish |ˈdaʊdɪɪʃ| — Like a dowdy; frumpy.
dowel |ˈdaʊəl| — a fastener that is inserted into holes in two adjacent pieces and holds them together
dower |ˈdaʊ(ə)r| — money or property brought by a woman to her husband at marriage
dowlas |ˈdaʊləs| — A coarse linen cloth made in the north of England and in Scotland, later replaced by calico.
down |daʊn| — soft fine feathers
down-and-out |ˈˌdaʊn ən ˈˌaʊt| — a person who is destitute
down-and-outer — (idiomatic) Someone who is down and out.
down-to-earth |ˈdɑʊntʊˈɜrθ| — sensible and practical
downbeat |ˈdaʊnbiːt| — the first beat of a musical measure (as the conductor's arm moves downward)
downcast |ˈdaʊnkæst| — a ventilation shaft through which air enters a mine
downdraft |ˈdaʊnˌdræft| — a strong downward air current
downdraught |ˈdaʊndræft| — Alternative spelling of downdraft.
downer |ˈdaʊnər| — a drug that reduces excitability and calms a person
downfall |ˈdaʊnfɔːl| — failure that results in a loss of position or reputation
downfallen — Fallen down.
downgrade |ˌdaʊnˈɡreɪd| — the property possessed by a slope or surface that descends
downhearted |ˌdaʊnˈhɑːrtɪd| — filled with melancholy and despondency
downhill |ˌdaʊnˈhɪl| — the downward slope of a hill
downiness |ˈdaʊnɪnɪs| — a light softness
download |ˌdaʊnˈləʊd| — transfer a file or program from a central computer to a smaller computer or to a computer at a remote location
downloaded |ˌdaʊnˈləʊdɪd| — simple past tense and past participle of download
downplay |ˌdaʊnˈpleɪ| — represent as less significant or important
downpour |ˈdaʊnpɔːr| — a heavy rain
downright |ˈdaʊnraɪt| — thoroughgoing
downscale |ˌdaʊnˈskeɪl| — intended for people with low incomes
downside |ˈdaʊnsaɪd| — a negative aspect of something that is generally positive
downsize |ˈdaʊnsaɪz| — dismiss from work
downsizing |ˈdaʊnˌsaɪzɪŋ| — the reduction of expenditures in order to become financially stable
downspout |ˈdaʊnspaʊt| — A vertical pipe or conduit that carries rainwater from the scupper, guttering of a building to a lower roof level, drain, ground or storm water runoff system.
downstage |ˈdaʊnsteɪdʒ| — the front half of the stage (as seen from the audience)
downstair |ˈdaʊnsteər| — on or of lower floors of a building
downstairs |ˌdaʊnˈsterz| — on or of lower floors of a building
downstream |ˌdaʊnˈstriːm| — in the direction of a stream's current
downswing |ˈdaʊnswɪŋ| — a swing downward of a golf club
downthrow |ˈdaʊnˌθrəʊ| — (geology) A depression of the strata on one side of a fault
downtime |ˈdaʊntaɪm| — a period of time when something (as a machine or factory) is not operating (especially as a result of malfunctions)
downtown |ˌdaʊnˈtaʊn| — the central area or commercial center of a town or city
downtrend |ˈdaʊntrend| — Any gradual movement towards a lower state or value.
downtrodden |ˈdaʊntrɑːdn| — abused or oppressed by people in power
downturn |ˈdaʊntɜːrn| — a worsening of business or economic activity
downward |ˈdaʊnwərd| — spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position
downwards |ˈdaʊnwərdz| — spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position
downwind |ˌdaʊnˈwɪnd| — with the wind; in the direction the wind is blowing
downy |ˈdaʊnɪ| — like down or as soft as down
dowry |ˈdaʊrɪ| — money or property brought by a woman to her husband at marriage
dowse |daʊz| — searching for underground water or minerals by using a dowsing rod
dowser |ˈdaʊsər| — someone who uses a divining rod to find underground water
dowsing-rod |ˈdaʊzɪŋrɒd| — Alternative name for a divining rod
doxy |ˈdɑːksɪ| — a woman who cohabits with an important man
doyen |ˈdɔɪən| — a man who is the senior member of a group
doze |dəʊz| — a light fitful sleep
dozed |dəʊzd| — simple past tense and past participle of doze
dozen |ˈdʌzn| — the cardinal number that is the sum of eleven and one
dozer |ˈdəʊzər| — large powerful tractor; a large blade in front flattens areas of ground
dozing |ˈdəʊzɪŋ| — Present participle of doze.
dozy |ˈdəʊzɪ| — half asleep