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Displacement
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Displacement: The act of displacing, or the state of being displaced a putting out of place. Unnecessary displacement of funds. A. Hamilton. The displacement of the sun b
Doorstop
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Doorstop: The block or strip of wood or similar material which stops, at the right place, the shutting of a door.
Drip-dry
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Drip-dry: (of clothes or fabric) wash-and-wear, needing no ironing, made of a material that will not become creased when hung dripping wet for drying
Drywall
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Drywall: Plasterboard, sheetrock, building material used to cover interior walls (made of pressed plaster or chalk, is hung and then plastered and painted)
Dungarees
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Dungarees: Blue denim working overalls pants made from coarse durable material (generally blue denim) blue jeans
Duplicating machine
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Duplicating machine: Machine that copies or reproduces material (documents, keys, etc.)
Dusting
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Dusting: Powder material that develops on a surface on newly hardened concrete beating defeat act of wiping dust (Slang) act of adding heroin or Angel Dust to marijuana
Dyestuff
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Dyestuff: A material used for dyeing.
Dynamist
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Dynamist: One who accounts for material phenomena by a theory of dynamics. Those who would resolve matter into centers of force may be said to constitute the school of dy
Earplug
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Earplug: A soft material placed inside the ear to block out water or sounds. This type of plug is often made from cotton, wax, or rubber.
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