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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]
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 a person who is much smaller than usual. [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]
e- a prefix that means "from," or "out of."
each every one of two or more. [3 definitions]