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doom an event or end that one cannot escape; fate; destiny. [2 definitions]
door an opening through which one enters or leaves a room or building. [3 definitions]
doorbell a bell on an outside door that is rung by a person who wants to be let inside.
doorknob a rounded handle or knob used to open and close a door.
doorstep a step or series of steps leading up to an outside door.
doorway the way of entrance into a room or building.
dope a product that is used to protect and strengthen fabric or paper, as on balloons or model airplane wings. [4 definitions]
dormant asleep, or in a state of rest that is similar to sleep. [2 definitions]
dormitory a building with many bedrooms, often lived in by students. Many colleges have dormitories.
dormouse a small mammal that sleeps during the day. Dormice are rodents that live in Europe, Asia, and Africa. Many kinds of dormice look like small squirrels.
dory1 a small, narrow boat with a flat bottom, high sides, and a sharply pointed bow.
dory2 either of two fishes of the Atlantic Ocean that have narrow, flattened bodies and fins like spines.
dose an amount of medicine to be taken at one time or at certain times.
dot a little mark or spot; speck. [5 definitions]
dote to have or show too much love or affection (usually followed by "on" or "upon").
double in two; in a pair. [13 definitions]
double bass the largest instrument of the violin family and that which has the deepest tone. The double bass is often called simply "the bass."
double-cross (informal) to fool or cheat by doing the opposite of what one has agreed to do.
doubleheader two games held one after the other on the same day.
doubt to not know for sure; be uncertain about the truth of. [5 definitions]
doubtful having or causing doubt. [3 definitions]