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dry not wet, damp, or moist. [8 definitions]
dry cell an electric battery cell in which the chemicals are stored as a paste that will not spill.
dry-clean to clean using chemicals other than water.
dry-cleaning a method of cleaning clothes that uses liquid chemicals instead of water.
dryer a machine used for drying something.
dual of or having two parts; double.
duchess a woman who is married to or the widow of a duke. [2 definitions]
duck1 a bird that lives in or near water and has webbed feet for swimming and a large flat bill. [2 definitions]
duck2 to lower the head or whole body quickly to avoid something. [3 definitions]
duckling a young duck.
duct a pipe or tube that carries air or liquid.
dud (informal) something that does not work well or fails in some way.
dude a person visiting a western U.S. ranch who is from the city or does not know much about ranch life. [2 definitions]
due owed as a debt. [6 definitions]
duel a formal, arranged fight between two people using guns or swords. [2 definitions]
duet a piece of music written for or performed by two players or singers.
dug1 past tense and past participle of "dig."
dugout a hole in the ground used as a shelter for protection from storms or bombs. [3 definitions]
duke a nobleman with the highest rank below a prince.
dull not having a sharp cutting edge. [7 definitions]
dumb not having the power of speech; without a voice. [3 definitions]