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daring the quality of being bold and willing to take risks; courage. [2 definitions]
dark having little or no light. [5 definitions]
darken to cause to be dark or darker. [2 definitions]
darkness lack of light. [2 definitions]
darling a person who is loved very much by the person speaking. [2 definitions]
darn1 to mend by weaving thread or yarn over a hole in cloth.
dart a short arrow thrown with the hand or shot from a gun. [4 definitions]
dash to throw or toss with great force so as to break. [8 definitions]
dashboard a panel below the windshield in a car or other vehicle. Dashboards have dials, controls, and spaces for keeping things.
data facts, figures, or other pieces of information that can be used to learn about something. The word "data" is the plural form of "datum," but is often used with a singular verb.
database a large collection of information in a computer. In a database, information is arranged so that it can be quickly changed or searched through.
data processing the storing and use of information by computers.
date1 a particular day or point in time. [6 definitions]
date2 the sweet fruit of the date palm tree, which grows in the Middle East.
dated having a date. [2 definitions]
daub to smear or cover with something soft and sticky, such as paint. [2 definitions]
daughter a person's female child.
daughter-in-law the wife of one's son.
dawdle to waste time; be slow.
dawn the first daylight that appears in the morning; daybreak. [5 definitions]
day the period between sunrise and sunset. [3 definitions]