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dinette a small room or section of a room used for eating meals.
dinghy a small boat used as a lifeboat or for short trips to shore and back.
dingo a kind of wild dog found only in Australia. Dingoes have long legs, pointed ears, and yellowish brown or reddish brown fur. They hunt small mammals, but have learned to hunt sheep and cattle brought to Australia by European settlers.
dingy dirty or not cared for well. [2 definitions]
dining the activity of eating a fancy meal or the evening meal.
dining room a room in a home or hotel where meals are eaten.
dinner the main meal of the day. [2 definitions]
dinosaur one of a group of extinct animals. Some kinds of dinosaurs were the largest animals that ever lived on land. Other dinosaurs were as small as chickens. The first kinds of dinosaurs developed over two hundred million years ago. The last kinds became extinct about sixty-five million years ago.
diocese a group of churches or a district under the authority of a bishop.
dioxide a compound containing two atoms of oxygen bound to a single atom of another element.
dip to put into a liquid briefly. [8 definitions]
diploma an official piece of paper stating that a student has earned a degree or finished a course of study. High schools, colleges, and universities give out diplomas.
diplomat a person whose job is to handle relations with the governments of other countries. [2 definitions]
diplomatic of or relating to diplomats. [2 definitions]
dipper a cup with a long handle used to lift liquids. [2 definitions]
dire causing, likely to cause, or involving terror or suffering. [2 definitions]
direct to give instructions that lead or guide. [8 definitions]
direct current an electric current that flows in one direction.
direction control or guidance. [4 definitions]
directly in a direct line or way; straight. [3 definitions]
direct object the part of a sentence that shows the object, goal, or receiver of the action of a verb. "The ball" in "She kicked the ball" is a direct object.