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  • dainty She had never looked more captivating than at that instant, the side-part in her hair giving an accent of dainty self-reliance to her whole pose and demeanor.
  • dandy I'd give a dandy of punch all round to the company just to hear you put him down once; I would.
  • dante "A sculptor should model as Dante writes-you 're right there," he said.
  • daunt As they went on, their faces kindled into an expression of anger that would daunt the boldest spectator; their gestures seemed to be inspired by frantic rage and animosity; they moved their bodies with the most violent agitations, and it was easy to see they represented all the circumstances of a real combat.
  • decant The solution is allowed to stand for several hours, until it is possible to decant the clear liquid from the precipitate; the latter is now dissolved in ClH, reprecipitated as before, thrown on a small filter, and washed with a mixture of one volume of ammonia, two volumes of alcohol, and three of water.
  • dent It was sufficiently near London, yet not so near to the highroad or to London itself as to make disturbance probable; and its very quietness under the spiritual care of a moderate minister like Mr. Dent, and its serenity, owing to the secret sympathy of many of the villagers and neighbours, as well as from the personal friendship between Sir Nicholas and the master of the Dower House-an undoubted Protestant-all these circumstances combined to make Maxwell Hall a favourite halting-place for priests and agents from the Continent.
  • dint By dint of a few more gentle assurances and persuasions, Miss Helstone contrived to soothe the agitated lady.
  • donate In some regiments, it is customary for officers to donate pipe banners to their regiments pipers at the time of their retirement.
  • durant I am not posted to speak understandingly on all the police regulations of which Mr. Durant complains.
  • taint Even his theatre shows some sign of the taint with which 'classical' drama is so deeply imbued, but its force and truth almost or altogether redeem the imperfections of its scheme.
  • taunt "Sir," I said with consummate dignity in the face of this reiterated taunt, "I have stolen nothing-" M. le Juge's hand was already on the bell-pull.
  • tnt Baldwin also served as the assistant coach and consultant of Philippine Basketball Association club TNT Katropa.
  • twain And the Veil was rent in twain!
  • twang Both Collier and I had promised to go to Lambert's rooms after dinner on that evening; he had asked us because he said we ought to have a talk about the freshers' wine, but we knew well enough that he intended to twang his wretched banjo and sing little love songs which made the night hideous.
  • twenty "I am twenty years old.
  • vaunt "For only thee I had to vaunt, Thou wert thy mother's pride: She left thee like a shooting plant To screen my widow'd side.
  • wand After lingering a few hours in the cold, desolate valley, he climbed in the afternoon the steep Mayen- Wand, on the Grimsel, passed the Lake of the Dead, with its ink-black waters; and through the melting snow, and over slippery stepping-stones in the beds of numberless shallow brooks, descended to the Grimsel Hospital, where he passed the night, and thought it the most lone and desolate spot, that man ever slept in.
  • want Do you want to know what I'm goin' to do?
  • wont I would come to town myself, but am staying with dear Lady Dawton, who wont hear of my going; and I cannot offend her for your sake.
  • Dawned For three days and nights the seas were sailless, though the hulks of two wrecks were spied drifting; and after, still they ran so high, that a fifth day dawned before a lugger beat in aside her course on a kindly errand.
  • Dwelt I turned round, and as my eye dwelt upon the portrait the lady pointed to, I shuddered.
  • Went Lord Monckton went by his host's yacht.
  • Waned From out his vision vast The early gods have passed, They waned and perished with the faith that made them; The long phantasmal line Of Pharaohs crowned divine Are dust among the dust that once obeyed them.
  • Won't We won't think more about it!
  • Dwayne April 26: Winless in six starts into the Open Conference, wherein imports Dwayne Randall and Michael Clarke played three games each and failed to lead the team to a victory, the Spark Aiders finally scored their first win at the expense of Ginebra San Miguel, 107-104.
  • Wanda And he wanted Wanda.
  • Dewayne Douglas Dewayne Baldwin Jr.
  • don't I hope I don't."
  • didn't And-why, didn't you know?

16 words made from the letters dwant

3 letter words made from dwant:

awn, dat, daw, nad, tan, ant, wad, tad, dna, wan, taw.

4 letter words made from dwant:

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