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  • awry When at last we did arrive my mother-in-law's feathers were somewhat awry.
  • da Leonardo da Vinci's rocks, for example, are of no use to any one, nor yet for the matter of that is any part of his landscape- what little there is of it.
  • dab Thar was only a little dab o' meal in the box, and just a rind o' hog meat.
  • dace The Bearn beaked dace is dinstinguished from other western European members of the genus Leuciscus by having a keel which runs from its nape to the origin of the dorsal fin, a projecting snout which has a rounded tip and a projecting upper jaw, the dorsal profile of head and body shows a distinct hump; the snout is 32-35% of the length of the head; and the lateral line has around 47-52 scales.
  • dad He also found it easy to ask Ruth if she knew where her dad kept his tobacco.
  • dada Banana cited as influences Dada humor, therapeutic madness and the Bohemianism of the Bay Area during the 1960s and early 1970s.
  • dado Consequently, changing the dado width requires the complete removal of the dado blade set from the arbor.
  • dag Since Otis is weaker, Dag proposes a deal: he and his pack will take various barnyard animals at random times and that, if Otis tries to stand up to them, they will slaughter everyone at the barnyard.
  • dago It threw into ghastly relief the sprawled form of Dago Jim.
  • dairy As soon as she got out of the village she entered a thicket and took from her basket one of the oldest field-gowns, which she had never put on even at the dairy-never since she had worked among the stubble at Marlott.
  • dais A butler, or chamber-groom, led me to the dining-hall and sat me with the lawyers at a table beneath the dais.
  • dakar Bliss turned on the autopi and napped while the gyrojet carried him to his villa outside Dakar.
  • dale Major Dale brought to the readjustment of his business the force and skill which won for him distinction on the battlefield, gradually transferred his interests from the western town eastward, and took root in Radnor, where he proceeded to build up a fortune.
  • dali Chameleon also distributed Minneapolis-based Twin/Tone Records and released the first albums by The Replacements, Soul Asylum and Hüsker Dü; punk label Posh Boy Records (Black Flag, Agent Orange, Redd Kross, Rodney on the ROQ) and had a subsidiary of their own called Dali Records.
  • dam The roar of rushing water warned them that they were close to the dam.
  • dame The hour was approaching which would summon dame Hannah to join the assembly of her fellow Christians.
  • dana My acquaintance with Mr. Dana gave me a high opinion of his business habits and faculties, and when General Grant became President and I was in charge of the Treasury, I urged the President to appoint Mr. Dana collector of the port of New York.
  • dane Dane glanced at him in surprise; but there was only a cone of baldness visible.
  • dare We who are missionaries dare not speak the truth!"
  • dark
  • darn
  • dart
  • dash
  • dat
  • data
  • date
  • daub
  • davy
  • dawn
  • day
  • days
  • daze
  • dear
  • deer
  • dew
  • dewar
  • dewy
  • dior
  • doer
  • door
  • dour
  • dower
  • down
  • dowry
  • draw
  • drawer
  • drawl
  • drawn
  • dyer
  • parr
  • raw
  • tar
  • Dan Dan went in after him.
  • Darer
  • Dater
  • Dow
  • Sadr
  • DWI
  • Carr "I don't see how," said Mrs. Carr, naturally puzzled.
  • Dar How dar you call me Paddy?
  • Barr The cure was telegraphed to Dr. Barr, and he was requested to settle the fee.
  • Dave
  • draws
  • DIR
  • ARR Hello Old Friend" (Clapton) – 3:36 (from No Reason to Cry, 1976) "Cocaine" (Cale) – 3:39 (from Slowhand, 1977) "Wonderful Tonight" (Clapton) – 3:42 (from Slowhand, 1977) "Promises" (Richard Feldman, Roger Linn) – 3:04 (from Backless, 1978) "I Cant Stand It" (Clapton) – 4:09 (from Another Ticket, 1981) Great Britain, French, Australian and Canadian version Polydor 521881 Derek and the Dominos: "Layla" (Clapton, Gordon) – 7:10 (from Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, 1970) Cream: "Badge" (Clapton, Harrison) – 2:42 (from Goodbye, 1969) "I Feel Free" (Brown, Bruce) – 2:54 (from Fresh Cream, 1966) "Sunshine of Your Love" (Brown, Bruce, Clapton) – 4:10 (from Disraeli Gears, 1967) "Crossroads" (Live) (Johnson) – 4:13 (from Wheels of Fire, 1968) "Strange Brew" (Clapton, Felix Pappalardi, Gail Collins) - 2:45 (from Disraeli Gears, 1967) "White Room" (Brown, Bruce) – 4:57 (from Wheels of Fire, 1968) Derek and the Dominos: "Bell Bottom Blues" (Clapton) – 5:06 (from Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, 1970) Solo: "Cocaine" (Cale) – 3:35 (from Slowhand, 1977) "I Shot the Sheriff" (Marley) – 4:22 (from 461 Ocean Boulevard, 1974) "After Midnight" (Cale) – 3:11 (from Eric Clapton, 1970) "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" (Traditional, arr.
  • abbes [Footnote 26: The invitation began: "Nous l'Advoyer, le petit et le grand Conseil de la cite de Berne, a tous et a chascun, spirituelz et seculiers, prelatz, abbes, prevostz, doyens, chanoynes, cures, sacrestains, vicaires prescheurs de la Parolle de Dieu, et a tous prebstres, seculiers ou reguliers, et a tous Noz advoyers, chastellains, prevostz, lieutenans, et tous autres officiers et a tous Noz chers, feaulx et aymes subjectz, et a tous manans et habitans de Nostre domaine et segnorie aux quelz les presentes letres viendront,-Salut, grace et benivolance!

10 words made from the letters dawr

3 letter words made from dawr:

wad, raw, rad, war, daw.

4 letter words made from dawr:

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