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drapery a long, heavy curtain or set of curtains. [2 definitions]
drastic extreme or severe.
draw to make a picture of with a pen, pencil, or other writing tool. [8 definitions]
draw a blank to be unable to remember or recognize. [2 definitions]
drawback a thing that keeps something from being good or successful; flaw.
drawbridge a bridge built so that it can be raised to allow tall ships to pass beneath or keep people from crossing over.
drawer a box that slides in and out of a desk, dresser, or other piece of furniture.
drawing the act of making pictures or designs with a pen, pencil, or other writing tool. [3 definitions]
drawl to speak slowly with vowel sounds drawn out. [2 definitions]
drawn past participle of draw.
draw out to make last longer.
draw straws to choose one person from several by having each choose a partly covered straw, with the shortest straw indicating the chosen person.
drawstring a cord or string that is drawn through fabric and pulled to tighten or close an opening, as of pants, a bag, or the like.
draw the line to set a limit.
draw up to prepare by putting into writing. [2 definitions]
dread to be very afraid of. [4 definitions]
dreadful causing great fear; terrible. [2 definitions]
dreadlocks a hairstyle in which the hair is worn in long, twisted strands.
dream a series of pictures or visions that a sleeping person experiences. [6 definitions]
dreamt a past tense and past participle of "dream".
dream up to use one's imagination to create ideas or solutions.