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  • deeds But it was you I loved; for the deeds that earned him my affection were deeds of yours and not of his.
  • Dandies That is nothing but a mirror for the dandies, a plaything for the indolent and a perfume to the boulevardier.
  • Denied Then my father went and denied everything; and caused all the witnesses and the whole court to lie.
  • Denis I saw her six years later at Florence, where she was living with Madame Denis.
  • Denies If a man denies the facts, there is no answer but to lock him up.
  • tends Burney and Hawkins at any rate were well acquainted with the professional world, and their testimony tends to confirm that Handel stood more or less aloof from it.
  • decides Suppose he has a long slide, say of 10 inches or more, and he decides, either from fatigue or because he need not fully extend himself, to use only part of his slide; or suppose he is changed from a boat fitted with 11-inch slides to one with 9-inch ditto, he must not, when using the shorter slide, allow his legs to extend as rapidly as they did when they had a longer distance to cover.
  • derides Yes, Genius, thee a thousand cares await, Mocking thy derided state; Thee chill Adversity will still attend, Before whose face flies fast the summer's friend And leaves thee all forlorn; While leaden Ignorance rears her head and laughs, And fat Stupidity shakes his jolly sides, And while the cup of affluence he quaffs With bee-eyed Wisdom, Genius derides, Who toils, and every hardship doth outbrave, To gain the meed of praise when he is mouldering in his grave.
  • denotes I have ventured to give to the foreign word Renaissance-destined to become of more common use amongst us as the movement which it denotes comes, as it will come, increasingly to interest us,-an English form.
  • denudes The details of these measurements will be given in a future chapter, and it is only necessary here to state that the average of them all gives us this result-that one foot must, on an average, be taken off the entire surface of the land each 3,000 years in order to produce the amount of sediment and matter in solution which is actually carried into the sea. To give an idea of the limits of variation in different rivers it may be mentioned that the Mississippi is one which denudes its valley at a slow rate, taking 6,000 {62} years to remove one foot; while the Po is the most rapid, taking only 729 years to do the same work in its valley.
  • deniers MONSIEUR JOURDAIN: Four thousand three hundred seventy-nine livres twelve sols eight deniers to your tradesman.
  • dents I hear you ran across Tony Brabazon in Mentone, and I think that by now you probably know as much about what happened up at the Dents de Loup as I or any one, and are probably cursing yourself.
  • imbathing

78 words made from the letters denieds

3 letter words made from denieds:

des, sen, die, dds, see, ded, sin, edd, ies, nee, ene, den, end, ese, din, dis.

5 letter words made from denieds:

deise, deids, inese, sined, indes, eines, diede, edens, diese, ended, ideen, deens, siede, snide, dendi, dense, seend, deine, diene, niese, desde, deeds, sdein, seine, sedin, denes, dinse, enide, idees, seein, dines, eddin, needs, dinde, nided, eisen, dedes, dende.

4 letter words made from denieds:

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