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daresty adj venturesome, presumptuous;
[OE dyrsig]
"darkest time is near the dawn (the)" pvb there is hope, even in the worst of circumstances.; never give up hope.
[OE]
darkword n inkhorn word.; hardword.
[OE 'dark' & 'word']
daven adj fit, suitable;
[OE dafen]
daybook n an account of day-to-day events, a record of experiences, ideas, or reflections kept regularly for private use; diary, journal
[day + book]
dayleat n viaduct;
[dale + leat]
deadhouse n a building or room in which bodies are kept between death and burial; morgue, mortuary
[obsolete, from dead + house]
deal n part;
[dǣl]
dealock n an element of something, the simplest part of a whole, a morpheme in a word;
[deal (<OE dǣl) + -ock (<OE -uc, a diminutive marker)]
dearworth adj precious;
[OE deorwierðe]
deedly adj active;
[OE dædlic]
deer n an animal in general;
[O.E.]
delvern n quarry;
[delve + -ern]
dern adj secret, a language spoken by only a few people.;
[mainly dialectal; <OE dyrne]
dew drier n the sun; day-candle
[OE]
"Dig One's Grave With One's Teeth" proverb by poor diet (and unhealthy lifestyle) one hasten one's journey to the grave.;
[OE]
ditch n a long narrow excavation in the earth; any small natural waterway; gully; fosse
[OE dic "trench, dike]
dovetail vb to cause something to fit exactly together
We've tried to dovetail our plans with theirs.;
[CED]
downmust vb to cause to do something as if by force; force, compel
[compound: 'down' + 'must']
dree v endure; suffer, tolerate, undergo
[from OE dreogan]
dretch vb to afflict, torment, agitate.; vex, gall, upset
[rare; unknown in other germanic languages. In ME esp, to trouble in sleep. < from OE drecc(e)an.]
drovebeam n vine;
[from Frisian 'druvebeam' - "drove' = grape (see Dutch 'druif', NHG 'Traube', Swedish 'druva')]
dry-month n the sixth month of the year, the dry month; June
[Anglo-Saxon, from Sēre-Mōnath]
dust-sucker n a vacuum cleaner.;
[dust & suck]
dwale n that which produces insensibility to pain, as ether; chloroform, ether
[archaic revival from OE]
dwild n error;
[OE]
dwine vb to waste or pine away, decline in vigour; wither, wane, languish
[archaic revival, from OE dwinan dwan]
dwolma n chaos;
[OE]
ðereright n instantly, immediately;
[OE ðærrihte]
ðeresomeness n the fact or condition of being present (theresome); presence
[‘there’ + ‘-some’ + ‘-ness’]
ðerestand n the manner in which a person or thing is placed or arranged; position
[compound: ‘there’ + ‘stand’]

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