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  • deafen Our opponents, said Lord John Russell, in one of his earliest speeches-our opponents deafen us with their cry of 'Church and King.
  • deafened I reckon you're one o' the talkin' kind, so deafened by the sound o' your own splutterin' that you can't hear any one else.
  • defence And, having done this, and put it into order, we away, I not having time to eat my dinner; and so all in my Lord Bruncker's coach, that is to say, Bruncker, W. Pen, T. Harvy, and myself, talking of the other great matter with which they charge us, that is, of discharging men by ticket, in order to our defence in case that should be asked.
  • defend For that equals should defend themselves against equals we shall maintain to be honourable and right; we shall make the protection of the person a matter of necessity.
  • defender Be thou ever faithful, true and valorous as thou hast been this day, and England hath gained a stout defender and King Richard of the Lion Heart a worthy support to his throne.
  • defense This is to stop losing horses needed for defense of the nation and to stop the price of a horse from going up.
  • defer If I had known-Perhaps some other night-" "I am expecting other company Thursday night-unfortunately, Brayton, the president of the Bank of Sequoia, is coming up to dine and discuss some business affairs with me afterward; so if you don't mind, my dear, suppose you call young Cardigan up and ask him to defer his visit until some later date."
  • defiance Mr. Wright arose to intimate that the interview was at an end, and Joe left the store with a gesture of defiance and anger toward the cashier.
  • defiant Blake's powerful, handsome face was blazing and defiant.
  • defile Let him bring his cattle into our temple and pour his gold into our treasury, but do not defile your souls with the thought that the offerings of such a heart and such a hand are pleasing to the Divinity.
  • define How would you define a brick?
  • defined With which Molly Brandeis unconsciously defined the art of cartooning.
  • definite You can't tell me anything more definite about this gentleman, I suppose?
  • defoe To the proximity of these great monasteries was due the beginning of the scholastic element in Cambridge, and perhaps the immense popularity of Stourbridge Fair, which Defoe thought the greatest in Europe, may have helped to locate the University there.
  • deign But Erec does not deign to accept, saying he is well supplied with money, and has no need to accept aught from him.
  • detainee
  • dine "The Vicar must dine here at least twice while Laurie is here," she observed at breakfast one morning.
  • divine She seemed to divine the thoughts behind this remark.
  • fine "He has a fine face, this old man.
  • redefine
  • refine
  • Definer
  • Defied
  • Defying
  • Deigned
  • Devin
  • Deena
  • Diane
  • defies
  • defines
  • deafens "Above all, Italian music stirs the heart, while German music only deafens you," added the Senorita de Delgado.
  • definers

41 words made from the letters defiene

5 letter words made from defiene:

defee, fiene, fined, fendi, deene, defen, ideen, eenie, deine, fiend, eeden, diene, enide.

4 letter words made from defiene:

dine, deif, eien, dein, find, ende, eden, enif, feed, nied, fien, feen, fend, neid, enid, need, fine, feni.

3 letter words made from defiene:

fin, ene, den, fed, end, fen, die, nee, din, fee.

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