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  • berg It was the woman's sharpened ear which caught the first answering cry, and her hands which steered the intricate course to the heaving berg where the sailor crouched, for, at their approach, Captain had yielded to the drowse of weariness and, in his relief at the finding, the blade floated from his listless hands.
  • dag Donald fired his dag at his retreating foe, winged him in the shoulder, and hastened his retreat, but failed to bring him down.
  • dagger "Here," he said, "this is the way I do: You be a crook; and suppose you got a dagger, and I-" "I don't want any dagger," Sam protested, advancing.
  • dago You can sit on the music-box and hold Dago in your lap, and I'll wheel you a piece until you get rested."
  • dare How dare Richard Linnell do that?
  • dark It is light at 4.30 in the morning, but dark soon after 6 o'clock.
  • darkie Our cook is also a black man, and Mr. Septimius Goring has a little darkie servant, so that we are rather a piebald community.
  • dec Dec 2, 1913, Gaston Doumergue.
  • deck When Tom again came upon deck, the Frenchman was within half a mile's distance.
  • decker Reuben Decker pointed to the rocks across which the rope had fallen.
  • decree There wasn't a loophole in the decree.
  • deere Grand Detour, Feb 3, 1843. This raised two questions: Why, and for how long, was wrought iron used for the moldboards of the Deere plows?
  • degree "We are playing the fool now to a frightful degree," he added.
  • deluge Buck's alert blue eyes opened wide in sympathy with his genial mouth, to deluge Mayor Poundstone with a smile that was friendly, guileless, confidential, and singularly delightful.
  • dengue Major infectious diseases: degree of risk: high food or waterborne diseases: bacterial diarrhea, hepatitis A and E, and typhoid fever vectorborne diseases: dengue fever and malaria are high risks in some locations water contact disease: leptospirosis animal contact disease: rabies (2004)
  • derv
  • dig
  • digger
  • dire
  • dirge
  • dirk
  • diverge
  • dodge
  • dog
  • doge
  • dogie
  • dork
  • dredge
  • dug
  • duke
  • edge
  • erg
  • ergo
  • george
  • merge
  • merger
  • serge
  • urge
  • verge
  • verger
  • Berger A more anomalous product of the double-faced generalship of Berger and Hillquit it would be hard to imagine.
  • Dee By the time the ions again reach the dee gap, the sign of the electric potential on the dees is reversed, so that now the ions are attracted toward the opposite dee.
  • Derek Derek feels that, anyway, and, you see, he's not a bit wise, not even patient-so I expect he'll have to go.
  • Diego
  • Doug
  • Sergei
  • DEG Temperature With the exceptions of portions of California, Arizona, and Texas the average annual surface temperature of the dry-farm territory of the United States ranges from 40 deg to 55 deg F. The average is not far from 45 deg F. This places most of the dry-farm territory in the class of cold regions, though a small area on the extreme east border may be classed as temperate, and parts of California and Arizona as warm.
  • DENG Other species are recognised for Coelodonta, following to Deng et al.
  • darker "It's getting darker every minute.
  • frivolled

22 words made from the letters derge

4 letter words made from derge:

reeg, ered, deer, gede, edge, reed, degr, rege, dreg, gedr.

5 letter words made from derge:

dereg, derge, deger, gerde, grede, edger, greed.

3 letter words made from derge:

gee, erg, eeg, red, dre.

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