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Dodge ball
Dodge ball: Circle game in which players try to hit the rivals inside the circle with a large inflated or rubber ball
Dodgeball: Circle game in which players try to hit the rivals inside the circle with a large inflated or rubber ball
Domino whist
Domino whist: A game of cards in which the suits are played in sequence, beginning with a 5 or 9, the player who gets rid of his cards first being the winner.
Dominoes: Game played with rectangular tiles marked with a varying number of dots
Double Dutch
Double Dutch: Gibberish, unintelligible speech incomprehensible writing skipping rope game where players jump over two jump ropes that are rotating in opposite at the sa
Doubles: Game played with two players on each side (as in tennis)
Doublet: Two of the same kind a pair a couple. (Print.) A word or words unintentionally doubled or set up a second time. A close-fitting garment for men, covering the bod
Draughtsman: One who draws pleadings or other writings. One who draws plans and sketches of machinery, structures, and places also, more generally, one who makes drawings
Draw: The act of drawing draught. A lot or chance to be drawn. A drawn game or battle, etc. [Colloq.] That part of a bridge which may be raised, swung round, or drawn asi
Drawn: See Draw, v. t. & i. Drawn butter, butter melter and prepared to be used as a sort of gravy. Drawn fowl, an eviscerated fowl. Drawn game or battle, one in which
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