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  • bond "If I thought-if I could hope that you hadn't, it would be a bond of sympathy, and I would give almost anything for a bond of sympathy just now, Miss Pasmer.
  • bound They wouldn't be bound.
  • dandy Guess she's too soft, and pretty, and dandy to hurt-yet.
  • darned "A darned sight too much force, to my mind," observed the whim-driver with some warmth.
  • daunt The Keeper, Daunt, from the South Lodge, has now moved into the house.
  • dent By acci-dent I discovered that I was peculiarly gifted.
  • denude Would any War Minister other than Lord Kitchener have had the courage to denude India of British regular troops, artillery as well as infantry, to the extent that he did? Supposing any other War Minister to have proposed such a thing, would the Government have backed him up? It was the handiwork of a very big man.
  • dint By dint of alarms at the justice's door he brought forth that worthy in gown and night-cap, and, after the case had been explained to him, he wrote an order for Mistress Cole's release.
  • dod " Dod rot me if I kin tell, Cap'n! Hyur, Rowl! what's all this hyur channerin?"
  • don This Don Clemente comes from Brescia.
  • done Do you know what he's done?
  • donna He told me that Donna Ignazia, with whom he spoke every night, she being at her window and he in the street, had informed him that she and I had been at the ball together.
  • donne Donne, as he suffers all the colds and fevers of love, is as much the sufferer and the physician of his disease as we have seen him to be in cases of actual physical sickness.
  • down "He's down at my house.
  • downed I did, and downed him for a bottle, but it did not cost him a cent, for his Queen City money was no good in the Crescent City so long as he remained with the Judge, for they were kindred spirits.
  • downy Our familiar little downy woodpecker, on the other hand, has thus far kept out of my catalogue.
  • dud But he could not think of tennis just now; still less was he disposed for a meeting with Dud Fielding, whose voice he could hear beyond the box hedge at his right.
  • dun Cuchulain's Trials The third night was Cuchulain's watch, and he took his post outside the dun, and the gates and wall were secured by magic spells, so that none could enter.
  • dune I cudna hae dune better mysef' gien I had been a gran' lady wi' a' the wits o' a puir wife!
  • dung The custom above mentioned of washing grain from the dung of cattle is not so repugnant to the Hindus, owing to the sacred character of the cow, as it is to us.
  • dunk For I knew, now, that something was really and truly and tragically wrong, as plainly as though Dinky- Dunk had up and told me so by word of mouth.
  • fond
  • found
  • fund
  • gounod
  • hound
  • mound
  • pond
  • pound
  • redound
  • rotund
  • round
  • sound
  • tend
  • toned
  • tuned
  • wound
  • Dawned When morning dawned, Jonas awoke to find the door of his cell being unlocked.
  • Dinned It was from them I had learnt, long years before either war, that it was actually possible for purblind peace-lovers to look down upon the British soldier, under the name those lines dinned in.
  • Dined I dined at our base, the C.O. and Dickie being the only officers present.
  • Doing What are they all doing?
  • Donned On the night of the party, therefore, having donned your Dry Agent costume, having put on your mask, having secured a good breath-you jump into a taxicab and drive to the Glen Cove Country Club.
  • Doused He cracked over his knee a few pieces of driftwood, mixed the fragments with bits of coal which he shook out of a sheepskin bottle, doused oil over the whole, and cheerfully applied the match, while the commercial traveller hastily drew up a bucket of water to have on hand for emergencies.
  • Dunned
  • Dundee Baldovan, near Dundee; and Gayfield Square, Edinburgh.
  • Dunn "I should like to have a few moments' private conference with her, if you've no objection, sir," replied Mr. Dunn.
  • Dona The conditions of the combat were that if Don Quixote proved the victor his antagonist was to marry the daughter of Dona Rodriguez; but if he should be vanquished his opponent was released from the promise that was claimed against him and from all obligations to give satisfaction.
  • Donn But the King would not be appeased, though he spared the life of his youngest son. So it was that, by the advice of Aodh of the Druids, Dughall Donn went northwards through the realm of Clanadon and so to the sea-loch that was then called Loch Feobal.
  • Donny When he gets in sight of his native land the British Tommy quits saying Donny mo-i, de tabac!
  • DUNS
  • DONS You had better settle down at once on the solid basis of dullness like the dons."
  • don't Don't you, Mr. Breen?

15 words made from the letters dound

3 letter words made from dound:

don, dud, dod, duo, nod, dun, odd.

4 letter words made from dound:

doud, doun, donu, nudd, udon, ndou, undo.

5 letter words made from dound:

dundo.

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