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  • bond As a consequence, when interest rates go up, bond prices go down.
  • dandy Dandy put his front feet out.
  • darned "Boys," answered Mr. Smith, "I'll put her up so darned high they won't never get her down again."
  • dawn It never sees the sun, folding its leaves at the first gleam of the dawn.
  • dent It was supposed that Mr. Dent had been a person very much concerned in that trade, and had made a large fortune, as I believe many others have done, by that illicit trade.
  • dint By dint of great exertions on the part of the inhabitants of the town, they at last succeeded in procuring the location of a branch bank of the United States at this point.
  • dod She had Dod, Burke, and Foster before her, and was getting up the authentic pedigrees of our noble families and their ramifications.
  • don "I think we might," replied Don, smiling in almost the old way.
  • done She could not have done it.
  • donna I felt certain that Donna Lucrezia looked forward to it with as much pleasure as I did myself.
  • donne She opened it by hazard at the following poem, which had no heading and which stood, a small triptych of print, rather solitary in the lower half of a large white page: Dieu qui sourit et qui donne Et qui vient vers qui l'attend Pourvu que vous soyez bonne, Sera content.
  • dowdy The women of this audience frequently are rather dowdy, and shapen in very individual fashions.
  • down I went down with the women to dinner.
  • downed Warburton, who in the past year had been thrown in contact with a number whom it had downed, and who had suffered depression thereby, felt gratitude to Ian Rullock for being larger, not smaller, than usual.
  • downer From J. S. Downer, Elkton, Kentucky; a southern fruit of some merit.
  • downy "I'm not fit to counsel a downy chicken.
  • drowned
  • fond
  • gowned
  • owned
  • pond
  • tend
  • toned
  • town
  • Dawned And then suddenly a great light dawned in his brain.
  • Dinned Oh, the wild November wind, How it screamed! How it moaned and mocked and muttered At the cottage window, shuttered, Whence there streamed Fitful flecks of firelight mild: And within, a mother smiled, Singing softly to her child As there dinned Round the gabled roof and rafter Long and loud the shout and laughter Of the wind,- The wild November wind.
  • Dined Peter dined the next evening with Lispenard, who in the course of the meal turned the conversation to Miss De Voe.
  • Doing "What you're doing now is enough.
  • Donned Madame Hanska no doubt shared to a certain extent his tremors of anticipation; but as a beauty and great lady she would naturally feel more confident than Balzac-especially when she had donned with care her most elegant and becoming toilette, and felt armed at every point for the encounter.
  • Dunned
  • Dona 9, 50, 'Mater et in cineres ultima dona tulit.
  • Donn Donn Piatt writes:
  • Donny Before him the young men were five to one, with old Sir Donny and Timothy Burke in the rear.
  • DONS I expect, however, that the Dons were not quite as easy-going.
  • Downs "I'll get you on the train," Downs promised.
  • dowsed
  • don't Oh, I tell you, you don't know!"

9 words made from the letters downd

3 letter words made from downd:

don, nod, dod, odd, own, now, won.

4 letter words made from downd:

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