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during throughout the entire time of. [2 definitions]
dusk the time of day just before night; last moments of twilight.
dust tiny, dry pieces of soil, dirt, or other material. [3 definitions]
dustpan a flat pan shaped like a small shovel with an attached handle. It is usually made of metal or plastic. A dustpan is used for gathering up dust or dirt while sweeping with a broom.
dust storm a storm of very strong winds that sweep up dust from the land. Dust storms can occur when the land has become very dry from lack of rain.
dusty full of or covered with dust. [2 definitions]
Dutch of or having to do with the Netherlands, or its people or language. [3 definitions]
dutiful doing what is expected or required.
duty something that a person should do because it is right or fair; responsibility. [4 definitions]
dwarf in fairy tales and legends, a strange-looking little man, often with a beard, who has magical powers. [4 definitions]
dwell to have one's home in; live or stay in. [2 definitions]
dwelling a place where a person lives; home; house.
dwindle to become or cause to become gradually smaller or less until almost nothing remains; shrink.
dye a substance that is used to give color to cloth, hair, or other materials. [2 definitions]
dying close to death; losing life.
dynamic full of energy and strength; lively; active.
dynamite a strong explosive. Dynamite has many uses, including blasting through rock to make roads, tunnels, and mines. [3 definitions]
dynamo a machine that produces electric current. [2 definitions]
dynasty a series of rulers from the same family or group.
E an abbreviation for east.
e the fifth letter of the English alphabet. [2 definitions]