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dual |ˈduːəl| — consisting of or involving two parts or components usually in pairs
dualism |ˈduːəlɪzəm| — the doctrine that reality consists of two basic opposing elements, often taken to be mind and matter (or mind and body), or good and evil
dualistic |ˌduːəˈlɪstɪk| — of or relating to the philosophical doctrine of dualism
duality |duːˈælətɪ| — being twofold; a classification into two opposed parts or subclasses
dualize |ˈdjuːəlaɪz| — (sciences) To make dual.
dub |dʌb| — the new sounds added by dubbing
dubbed |ˈdəbd| — simple past tense and past participle of dub
dubbin |ˈdʌbɪn| — tallow mixed with oil; used to make leather soft and waterproof
dubbing |ˈdʌbɪŋ| — a new soundtrack that is added to a film
dubiety |ˌduːˈbaɪətɪ| — the state of being unsure of something
dubious |ˈduːbɪəs| — fraught with uncertainty or doubt
ducal |ˈduːkl| — of or belonging to or suitable for a duke
ducat |ˈdʌkət| — formerly a gold coin of various European countries
duchess |ˈdʌtʃəs| — the wife of a duke or a woman holding ducal title in her own right
duchy |ˈdʌtʃɪ| — the domain controlled by a duke or duchess
duck |dʌk| — small wild or domesticated web-footed broad-billed swimming bird usually having a depressed body and short legs
duck-hawk |ˈdʌkhɔːk| — peregrine falcon
duck-out |ˈdʌkaʊt| — (idiomatic, intransitive) To depart quickly or exit abruptly, especially in a manner which does not attract notice and before a meeting, event, etc. has concluded.
duckbill |ˈdəkbɪl| — primitive fish of the Mississippi valley having a long paddle-shaped snout
duckboards |ˈdʌkbɔːrdz| — plural form of duckboard
ducking |ˈdʌkɪŋ| — hunting ducks
ducking-stool |ˈdʌkɪŋ stuːl| — (historical) A chair used to punish women, especially scolds, by ducking them in water.
duckling |ˈdʌklɪŋ| — flesh of a young domestic duck
ducks |ˈdəks| — plural form of duck
duckweed |ˈdʌkwiːd| — any small or minute aquatic plant of the family Lemnaceae that float on or near the surface of shallow ponds
ducky |ˈdʌkɪ| — a special loved one
duct |dʌkt| — a bodily passage or tube lined with epithelial cells and conveying a secretion or other substance
ductile |ˈdʌktaɪl| — easily influenced
ductility |dʌkˈtɪlətɪ| — the malleability of something that can be drawn into threads or wires or hammered into thin sheets
ductless |ˈdəktləs| — not having a duct
dud |dʌd| — someone who is unsuccessful
dude |duːd| — an informal form of address for a man
dudgeon |ˈdʌdʒən| — a feeling of intense indignation (now used only in the phrase `in high dudgeon')
duds |ˈdədz| — informal terms for clothing
due |duː| — that which is deserved or owed
duel |ˈduːəl| — a prearranged fight with deadly weapons by two people (accompanied by seconds) in order to settle a quarrel over a point of honor
dueler — a person who fights duels
dueling |ˈduːlɪŋ| — Present participle of duel.
duelist |ˈduːəlɪst| — a person who fights duels
dueller — a person who fights duels
duelling |ˈdjuːəlɪŋ| — (UK) Present participle of duel.
duellist |ˈdjuːəlɪst| — a person who fights duels
duenna |djuːˈenə| — a woman chaperon
dues |ˈduːz| — plural form of due
duet |dʊˈet| — two items of the same kind
duetto |djuːˈetəʊ| — Archaic form of duet.
duff |dʌf| — a stiff flour pudding steamed or boiled usually and containing e.g. currants and raisins and citron
duffel |ˈdəfəl| — a large cylindrical bag of heavy cloth; for carrying personal belongings
duffel-bag |ˈdʌfl bæɡ| — A large, cylindrical, duffel cloth bag used to carry personal gear, especially by soldiers.
duffer |ˈdʌfər| — an incompetent or clumsy person
duffle |ˈdʌfəl| — a large cylindrical bag of heavy cloth; for carrying personal belongings
dug |dʌɡ| — an udder or breast or teat
dug-out |ˈdʌɡaʊt| — Alternative spelling of dugout.
dugout |ˈdʌɡaʊt| — either of two low shelters on either side of a baseball diamond where the players and coaches sit during the game
duiker |ˈdaɪkər| — One of any species of small antelope of the Cephalophinae subfamily.
duke |duːk| — a British peer of the highest rank
dukedom |ˈduːkdəm| — the dignity or rank or position of a duke
dukes |ˈduːks| — plural form of duke
dulcet |ˈdʌlsɪt| — extremely pleasant in a gentle way
dulcify |ˈdʌlsəˌfaɪ| — make sweeter in taste
dulcimer |ˈdʌlsɪmər| — a stringed instrument used in American folk music; an elliptical body and a fretted fingerboard and three strings
dull |dʌl| — make dull in appearance
dullard |ˈdʌlɑːrd| — a person who is not very bright
dullish |ˈdʌlɪʃ| — Somewhat dull; dull to a degree.
dullness |ˈdʌlnəs| — the quality of being slow to understand
dully |ˈdʌl lɪ| — without liveliness
dulse |dəls| — coarse edible red seaweed
duly |ˈduːlɪ| — in accordance with what is appropriate or suitable for the circumstances
dumb |dʌm| — slow to learn or understand; lacking intellectual acuity
dumb-waiter |ˈweɪtər| — Alternative spelling of dumbwaiter.
dumbbell |ˈdʌmˌbel| — an exercising weight; two spheres connected by a short bar that serves as a handle
dumbfound |dʌmˈfaʊnd| — be a mystery or bewildering to
dumbfounded |ˈdʌmˌfɑʊndɪd| — as if struck dumb with astonishment and surprise
dumbhead |ˈdəmˌhed| — (informal, derogatory) A stupid person.
dumbly |ˈdʌmlɪ| — in a stupid manner
dumbness |ˈdʌmnəs| — the quality of being mentally slow and limited
dumbo |ˈdʌmbəʊ| — A person who is stupid.
dumbstruck |ˈdəmˌstrək| — as if struck dumb with astonishment and surprise
dumbwaiter |ˌdʌmˈweɪtər| — a small elevator used to convey food (or other goods) from one floor of a building to another
dumdum |ˈdʌmdʌm| — a soft-nosed small-arms bullet that expands when it hits a target and causes a gaping wound
dummy |ˈdʌmɪ| — a person who does not talk
dump |dʌmp| — a coarse term for defecation
dumping |ˈdʌmpɪŋ| — selling goods abroad at a price below that charged in the domestic market
dumpish |ˈdʌmpɪʃ| — Sad, melancholy.
dumpling |ˈdʌmplɪŋ| — small balls or strips of boiled or steamed dough
dumps |dʌmps| — an informal expression for a mildly depressed state
dumpy |ˈdʌmpɪ| — short and thick; as e.g. having short legs and heavy musculature
dun |dʌn| — horse of a dull brownish grey color
dunce |dʌns| — a stupid person; these words are used to express a low opinion of someone's intelligence
dunderhead |ˈdʌndərhed| — a stupid person; these words are used to express a low opinion of someone's intelligence
dune |duːn| — a ridge of sand created by the wind; found in deserts or near lakes and oceans
dunes |ˈduːnz| — plural form of dune
dung |dʌŋ| — fecal matter of animals
dung-beetle — A type of beetle of the family Scarabaeidae noted for rolling dung into spherical balls and pushing it.
dungaree |ˌdʌŋɡəˈriː| — a coarse durable twill-weave cotton fabric
dunged — simple past tense and past participle of dung
dungeon |ˈdʌndʒən| — the main tower within the walls of a medieval castle or fortress
dunghill |ˈdʌŋˌhɪl| — a foul or degraded condition
dungy |ˈdʌŋɪ| — Having the texture of dung.
duniwassal |ˈduːnɪˌwɑːsəl| — A gentleman of the Scottish Highlands.
dunk |dʌŋk| — a basketball shot in which the basketball is propelled downward into the basket
dunlin |ˈdʌnlɪn| — small common sandpiper that breeds in northern or Arctic regions and winters in southern United States or Mediterranean regions
dunnage |ˈdənɪj| — (chiefly transport) Scrap material, often wood, used to fill spaces to prevent items from shifting during transport, or underneath large or heavy items to raise them slightly above the ground.
dunner — One employed in soliciting the payment of debts.
duo |ˈduːəʊ| — two items of the same kind
duodecimal |ˌdjuːəʊˈdesɪməl| — one part in twelve equal parts
duodecimo |duːəˈdesəˌˌməʊ| — (paper, printing) A size of paper, so called because it is originally made by folding and cutting a single sheet from a printing press into 12 leaves; (5 by 7¾ inches): 6.5 to 7.5 inches high, approximately 4.5 inches wide.
duodenal |duːˈɑːdənəl| — in or relating to the duodenum
duodenary |duːəˈdenəriː| — Twelvefold.
duodenitis |ˌduːəʊdɪˈnaɪtɪs| — Inflammation of the duodenum.
duodenum |ˌduːəˈdiːnəm| — the part of the small intestine between the stomach and the jejunum
duologue |ˈdjuːəlɒɡ| — a conversation between two persons
dupable |ˈdjuːpəbl| — Capable of being duped.
dupe |duːp| — a person who is tricked or swindled
dupery |ˈduːpəriː| — something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage
duple |ˈduːpəl| — consisting of or involving two parts or components usually in pairs
duplex |ˈduːpleks| — a house with two units sharing a common wall
duplicate |ˈduːplɪkeɪt| — something additional of the same kind
duplicated |ˈduːplɪˌketəd| — past participle of duplicate
duplication |ˌduːplɪˈkeɪʃn| — a copy that corresponds to an original exactly
duplicator |ˈdjuːplɪkeɪtər| — apparatus that makes copies of typed, written or drawn material
duplicitous |duːˈplɪsɪtəs| — marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another
duplicity |duːˈplɪsətɪ| — a fraudulent or duplicitous representation
durability |ˌdʊrəˈbɪlətɪ| — permanence by virtue of the power to resist stress or force
durable |ˈdʊrəbl| — existing for a long time
duralumin |dʊˈræljʌmɪn| — an aluminum-based alloy
duramen |dʊˈreɪmɪn| — the older inactive central wood of a tree or woody plant; usually darker and denser than the surrounding sapwood
durance |ˈdjʊərəns| — imprisonment (especially for a long time)
duration |dʊˈreɪʃn| — the period of time during which something continues
durbar |ˈdɜːbɑːrr| — the room in the palace of a native prince of India in which audiences and receptions occur
duress |dʊˈres| — compulsory force or threat
during |ˈdʊrɪŋ| — For all of a given time interval.
durmast |ˈdɜːrˌmæst| — deciduous European oak valued for its tough elastic wood
durra |ˈdʊrə| — sorghums of dry regions of Asia and North Africa
durst |dərst| — (archaic) simple past tense of dare1667, John Milton, Paradise Lost Book I, line 49
dusk |dʌsk| — the time of day immediately following sunset
duskiness |ˈdʌskɪnɪs| — the state of being poorly illuminated
dusky |ˈdʌskɪ| — lighted by or as if by twilight
dust |dʌst| — fine powdery material such as dry earth or pollen that can be blown about in the air
dust-cart — Alternative form of dustcart.
dust-cover |ˈdəs(t) ˌkəvər| — Alternative form of dustcover.
dust-jacket |ˈdəs(t) ˌjakət| — The detachable paper cover of a book; used to protect the binding, and to provide blurb.
dust-storm |ˈdʌststɔːm| — Alternative spelling of duststorm.
dust-up |ˈdəst ˌəp| — (informal) A scuffle or fight.
dustbin |ˈdʌstbɪn| — a bin that holds rubbish until it is collected
dustcoat |ˈdʌs(t)kəʊt| — A coat worn as protection from dust
duster |ˈdʌstər| — a windstorm that lifts up clouds of dust or sand
dusting |ˈdʌstɪŋ| — Present participle of dust.
dustman |ˈdʌstmən| — someone employed to collect and dispose of refuse
dustpan |ˈdʌstpæn| — the quantity that a dustpan will hold
dustproof — Resistant to dust.
dusty |ˈdʌstɪ| — covered with a layer of dust
dutch |dʌtʃ| — the people of the Netherlands
Dutchman |ˈdʌtʃmən| — a native or inhabitant of Holland
duteous |ˈdjuːtɪəs| — willingly obedient out of a sense of duty and respect
dutiable |ˈdjuːtɪəbəl| — subject to import tax
dutiful |ˈduːtɪfl| — willingly obedient out of a sense of duty and respect
dutifully |ˈduːtɪfəlɪ| — out of a sense of duty; in a dutiful manner
duty |ˈduːtɪ| — the social force that binds you to the courses of action demanded by that force
duty-bound |baʊnd| — under a moral obligation to do something
duty-free |ˌdjuːtɪ ˈfriː| — exempt from duty
duumvir |duːˈʌmvər| — One of two persons jointly exercising the same office in Republican Rome.
duumvirate |duːˈʌmvərɪt| — Any of several branches of the executive in Republican Rome controlled by two people.
duumviri — plural form of duumvir