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Disunion
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Disunion: The termination of union separation disjunction as, the disunion of the body and the soul. A breach of concord and its effect 6. alienation. Such a disunion bet
Ditty-bag
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Ditty-bag: A sailors small bag to hold thread, needles, tape, etc. also called sailors housewife.
Divan
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Divan: A book esp., a collection of poems written by one author as, the divan of Hafiz. [Persia] In Turkey and other Oriental countries: A council of state a royal court.
Do out
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Do out: Clean up or tidy (room, house etc.) put out, extinguish (Archaic)
Dodecatemory
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Dodecatemory: A tern applied to the twelve houses, or parts, of the zodiac of the primum mobile, to distinguish them from the twelve signs also, any one of the twelve sig
Domal
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Domal: Pertaining to a house. Addison.
Domestic
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Domestic: One who lives in the family of an other, as hired household assistant a house servant. The master labors and leads an anxious life, to secure plenty and ease to
Domestical
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Domestical: A family a household. [Obs.]
Domesticated
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Domesticated: Tamed, housebroken, trained accustomed to life with mankind
Domesticise
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Domesticise: Domesticate, tame an animal, house-train, accustom to life with mankind, make docile and tractable (also domesticize)
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