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dais a raised platform for speakers or the seating of special guests.
daisy a plant that has flowers with white, pink, or yellow petals around a yellow center.
dale a valley.
Dalmatian a breed of dog. Dalmatians are large dogs that have short white hair with black or brown spots.
dam1 a wall built across a river or stream to keep the water from flowing and to raise the water level behind it. [2 definitions]
damage harm or injury that makes something less useful or valuable. [2 definitions]
dame (capitalized) a title of honor given by a British king or queen to a woman who has done something important.
damp slightly wet; not completely dry. [2 definitions]
dampen to make moist or slightly wet. [2 definitions]
dance to move the feet and body in a rhythmic way, usually to music. [7 definitions]
dancer someone who is dancing or whose profession is dancing.
dandelion a common plant with bright yellow flowers and leaves with points along the edges. Dandelion leaves can be eaten raw or cooked as vegetables, and wine is sometimes made from the flowers.
dandruff a thin white crust of dead skin that forms on the scalp and is shed in flakes.
dandy (informal) very fine; pleasing; excellent.
Dane a person who was born in or is a citizen of Denmark.
danger a chance or likelihood that something bad or harmful may happen; peril; risk. [2 definitions]
dangerous likely to cause harm; not safe.
dangle to hang or swing loosely. [2 definitions]
Danish of or having to do with Denmark, or its people or language. [2 definitions]
Danube River an important river in Europe that starts in Germany and flows south and east through many countries in central Europe. When it finally reaches the country of Ukraine, it flows into the Black Sea.
dare to be brave enough or careless enough to do something. [3 definitions]