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Daddy longlegs
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Daddy longlegs: (Zo?l.) An arachnidan of the genus Phalangium, and allied genera, having a small body and four pairs of long legs called also harvestman, carter, and gran
Daddy-long-legs
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Daddy-long-legs: This is a long-legged slender fly that resembles a large mosquitoe but does not bite.
Daddys girl
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Daddys girl: Girl that prefers her father, girl that is spoiled by her father
Dade
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Dade: To walk unsteadily, as a child in leading strings, or just learning to walk to move slowly. [Obs.] No sooner taught to dade, but from their mother trip. Drayton.
Dado
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Dado: Cunningly or ingeniously formed or working skillful artistic ingenious. Our bodies decked in our d?dalian arms. Chapman. The d?dal hand of Nature. J. Philips. The d
Dadrock
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Dadrock: Music played by rock stars who are growing older music that has been influenced by groups from the 1960s and 1970s
Daedal
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Daedal: Formed with art displaying inventive skill
Daedalian
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Daedalian: Cunningly or ingeniously formed or working skillful artistic ingenious
Daedalous
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Daedalous: Having a variously cut or incised margin said of leaves.
Daedalus
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Daedalus: (Greek Mythology) Athenian architect and sculptor who built the Labyrinth of Minos and who who made wings so he and his son Icarus could escape from prison
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