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dairy:
 
n.
place where milk is produced, kept, or converted into butter or cheese
dam:
 
n.
barrier to prevent the flow of liquid, especially built across a water course
damp:
 
a. Syn. humid; moist; wet
humid; moist; slightly wet
dart:
 
v. Syn. rush; cast
move suddenly and rapidly
dash:
 
v.
throw with violence or haste; break, as by throwing or by collision; form or sketch rapidly
database:
 
n.
collection of data arranged for ease and speed of search and retrieval
dazzle:
 
v.
overpower with light; confuse the sight of by brilliance of light; bewilder or surprise with brilliancy
deadlock:
 
n. Syn. standstill; stalemate
standstill resulting from opposition of two forces or factions; stalemate
dearth:
 
n. Syn. scarcity
scarcity; shortage of food; famine from failure or loss of crops
debris:
 
n. Syn. rubble
remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up
decade:
 
n.
a group of ten, especially a period of ten years
decay:
 
v. Syn. decompose; rot
decompose; break sown; disintegration; rottenness; decline; worsen; decadence
deceive:
 
v. Syn. fool
fool; cause to believe what is not true; mislead
decipher:
 
v.
convert code into ordinary language; read with difficulty
declaration:
 
n. Syn. announcement; avowal; statement
announcement; explicit statement; formal public statement
decline:
 
n. Syn. deterioration; decay
change toward something smaller or lower ; gradual falling off from a better state
decompose:
 
v. Syn. decay
decay
decorate:
 
v. Syn. adorn; embellish
adorn; embellish
decrease:
 
v. Syn. lessen; reduce; abate
lessen; reduce; make a quantity smaller
decree:
 
n.
order from one having authority; decision, order, or sentence by court