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  • Disused(Definition of disused)
  • I pass out through the gate by which the courtiers entered the woods, and have hardly gone a hundred yards beneath the tender green of the young beech trees when i come to a shady fountain set round with stone seats, a pleasant spot in which the court used to linger on hot summer days, greeting the riders who mounted at the moss-grown block, so long disused except by peasants going to and fro with their rough carts.

  • Dearest
  • Dearest lenore,-it seems about time that i had a letter from you.

  • Dourest
  • Sourest
  • Desires
  • One often desires a blessing which turns out to be a curse; thus i, who looked for a blessing and joy from this knight, have lost the dearest and most precious of my possessions.

  • Disrupt(Definition of disrupt)
  • They will burst all these bonds, and disrupt society, if not checked in their principle.

  • Dustiest
  • Duskiest
  • Diarist(Definition of diarist)
  • A diarist for the times once incorrectly reported that he had been "loud and offensive" while attending one of gabriels concerts, something baddiel has referred to in his live act.

  • Illtreatment
  • Driest
  • Disrepute(Definition of disrepute)
  • So the use of the cross fell into disrepute, and was put down in england.

  • Disgust(Definition of disgust)
  • With a shudder of disgust the lawyer went into the dining-room and closed the door into the kitchen.

  • Direst
  • And there was a fifth-there was bundy himself, an adventurer whom he had secretly despised and ridiculed, but from whose hand had come salvation in his own hour of direst need.

  • Surest
  • Disorient(Definition of disorient)
  • As the group circles a school of small fish such as salmon, krill, or herring they use a team effort to disorient and corral the fish into a net of bubbles.

  • Dizziest
  • They have a bungalow at the very dizziest point in sausalito."

  • Sorest
  • Distaste(Definition of distaste)
  • Edison had a distaste for taking press report, due to the fact that it was steady, continuous work, and interfered with the studies and investigations that could be carried on in the intervals of ordinary commercial telegraphy.

  • Desist(Definition of desist)
  • It was hardly possible for a man with a common pair of ears, if he was out of his house but a short time on monday mornings, to miss of hearing the sound of the lash, and the cries of the sufferers pleading with their masters to desist.

  • Deforest(Definition of deforest)
  • In 1923, blake made three films for lee deforest in deforests phonofilm sound-on-film process: noble sissle and eubie blake, featuring their song "affectionate dan"; sissle and blake sing snappy songs, featuring "sons of old black joe" and "my swanee home"; and eubie blake plays his fantasy on swanee river, featuring blake performing his "fantasy on swanee river".

  • Distrust(Definition of distrust)
  • He has broken down the barrier of fear and distrust.

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