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  • addiction It is a significant fact that in order to appreciate the peculiar place of habit in activity we have to betake ourselves to bad habits, foolish idling, gambling, addiction to liquor and drugs.
  • dedication The fee paid for the dedication of a book was often much larger than the sum which any publisher would give for the copyright.
  • deduction And this supposition, which, for those who have read the preceding narrative, is a logically drawn deduction from it, is converted into a certainty for him who reads the epilogue.
  • dictation He has this craze for 'enlisting' his pen in London, as he calls it; and I am accustomed to him; I don't like to think of him as a hack scribe, writing nonsense from dictation to earn a pitiful subsistence; I want him here; and, supposing he goes, he offends me; he loses a friend; and it will not be the first time that a friend has tried me too far; but if he offends me, he is extinct."
  • diction Among these are fashion, or the influence of an aristocracy, whether of birth or education, popular writers, orators, preachers-a centralised government organising its schools expressly to promote uniformity of diction, and to get the better of provincialisms and local dialects.
  • medication As soon, however, as the youngster commences to know what candy is, it is ready for candy medication.
  • Dedicating I may, perhaps, be able to excuse myself, and to explain why I dedicated anything to you, which came so warmly from my heart, and yet did not make you acquainted with it,-by the plea that, at first, I did not know where you resided, and then my diffidence led me to think that I had been somewhat hasty in dedicating anything to you without knowing if it had your approval.
  • Dedications He had had a tragedy produced and hissed off the stage somewhere, for he had tasted the cup of a man of letters, living by dedications to the great and by writing homilies for churchmen, rich in skekels but poor in intellect.

267 words made from the letters dadication

4 letter words made from dadication:

5 letter words made from dadication:

naiad, diact, diani, aidit, otaci, atina, datin, idant, nadai, danda, toica, naito, naoac, natio, india, danic, taani, nicad, ionic, atoni, canto, canta, caion, didia, iodin, canoa, danti, todai, aodin, conti, nitid, dinic, nicot, nicod, dotan, taian, tanda, dadan, coati, cotai, tanoa, tiano, tonic, acidi, daido, ciona, actia, donta, didao, danao, adoni, iacon, antic, nidaa, dicot, anoia, dinda, aidoi, diana, noica, iaido, addon, didnt, canot, taida, iodan, otani, indic, aidid, tinca, iniad, daito, danto, canio, aiona, ainda, anido, diaco, didio, actin, ndidi, tandi, tanco, tadid, conta, aiton, danco, canid, tondi, doina, tinio, cania, inadi, naota, caddo, danio, octad, nidda, ation, ionia, ocain, cinoa, nitai, ocana, ontic, dnata, danta, tiaan, tanii, cinta, ciani, ician, caito, actio, ianto, cioni, dondi, tacna, didot, iodid, addai, aidin, ticao, ciano, addio, andia, dando, dicto, dindi, dodin, canai, cando, antai, tocai, cotan, tiida, octan, idiot, daini, addin, aditi, danca, cinto, tonci, niota, caton, dadao, ditan.

3 letter words made from dadication:

dia, ain, tin, ada, din, nad, tod, dna, tan, tai, cat, ion, ton, aid, act, dat, oat, tic, iaa, nit, cio, dad, otc, dit, oct, tao, ani, doa, con, nod, cad, cot, odd, tad, dot, iod, not, oca, can, ado, doc, dod, ana, ant, cia, tia, ida, add, don, ido, ddt.

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