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dough.noun,.plural.doughs
a soft, thick mixture of dry ingredients, such as flour or meal and liquid, such as water, that is kneaded, shaped and baked, especially as bread or pastry; a pasty mass similar to this mixture
doughy, doughier, doughiest.adjectives
having the consistency or appearance of dough
doughiness.noun

digest.noun,.plural.digests
a digest is a collection of pieces of writing, often published together in a shorter form than they were originally published (Reader's Digest); a collection of previously published material, such as articles, essays or reports, usually in edited or condensed form

digest, digested, digesting, digests.verbs
transitive verb use.when food digests or when you digest it, it passes through your body to your stomach, where your stomach removes the substances that your body needs and gets rid of the rest (do not undertake.strenuous exercise for a few hours after a meal to allow food to digest; nutrients from the digested food can be absorbed into the blood; digesting food is converting it into simpler.chemical.compounds that can be absorbed and assimilated by the body, as by chemical and muscular action in the alimentary canal; if you digest information, you think about it carefully so that you first understand it and then overstand it; to absorb or assimilate mentally
intransitive verb use.to become assimilated into the body; to assimilate food substances
digestive.adjective
relating to or aiding digestion; functioning to digest food
digestive.noun,.plural.digestives
a substance that aids digestion
digestively.adverb
digestiveness.noun
digestion.noun,.plural.digestions
the process by which food is converted into substances that can be absorbed and assimilated by the body; this is accomplished in the alimentary canal by the mechanical and enzymatic breakdown of foods into simpler chemical compounds; the ability to digest food; assimilation of ideas or information; understanding; overstanding
digestible.adjective
readily or easily digested (digestible meals);
digestibility.or.digestibleness.noun
digestibly.adverb
digester.noun,.plural.digesters
one that makes a digest; a vessel in which substances are softened or decomposed, usually for further processing
digestive system.noun,.plural.digestive systems
the alimentary canal and digestive glands.regarded as an integrated.system.responsible for the ingestion, digestion and absorption of food
digestive tract.noun,.plural.digestive tracts
see alimentary canal
digestive gland.noun,.plural.digestive glands
a gland, such as the liver or pancreas, that secretes into the alimentary canal substances necessary for digestion

dessert.noun,.plural.desserts
a usually sweet course or dish, as of fruit, pudding, ice cream or pastry, served at the end of a meal (she had homemade ice cream for dessert)

drug.noun,.plural.drugs
a drug is a chemical which is given to people in order to treat symptoms of illness or disease; drugs are substances that some people take because of their pleasant effects, but which are usually illegal and harmful; if you drug a person or animal, you give them a chemical substance in order to make them sleepy or unconscious; a drug is a chemical substance, such as a narcotic or hallucinogen, that affects the central nervous system, causing changes in behavior and often addiction and or long term or permanent harm; a drug is a substance recognized for its properties or defined by its effects by he U.S. Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act
drug, drugged, drugging, drugs.transitive verbs
to administer a drug to; to poison or mix food or drink with a drug; to stupefy or dull with or as if with a drug

dioecious.also.diecious.adjective
having the male and female reproductive organs borne on separate individuals of the same species; having male reproductive organs in one individual and female in another; having staminate and pistillate flowers borne on different individuals flowers; characterized by species in which the male and female reproductive organs occur on different individuals; sexually.distinct
dioeciously.adverb
dioecism.noun

drub, drubbed, drubbing, drubs.verbs
transitive verb use.to thrash with a stick; to instil.forcefully (drubbed the lesson into my head); to berate.harshly
intransitive verb use.to beat the ground; stamp; to pound; throb
drub.noun,.plural.drubs
a blow with a heavy instrument, such as a stick
drubber.noun,.plural.drubbers

doodle, doodled, doodling, doodles.verbs
intransitive verb use.to scribble.aimlessly, especially when preoccupied; to pass the time scribbling
transitive verb use.to draw figures while preoccupied
doodle.noun,.plural.doodles
a figure, design or scribble drawn or written

discomfort.noun,.plural.discomforts
mental or bodily.distress; something that disturbs one's comfort; annoyance
discomfort, discomforted, discomforting, discomforts.transitive verbs
to make uncomfortable; distress; discomfit
discomfortable.adjective
discomfortingly.adverb

discolor, discolored, discoloring, discolors.verbs
transitive verb use.to alter or spoil the color of; stain
intransitive verb use.to become altered or spoiled in color
discoloration.noun,.plural.discolorations
the act of discoloring; the condition of being discolored; a discolored spot, smudge or area; a stain

decedent.noun,.plural.decedents
in law, a dead person

disappoint, disappointed, disappointing, disappoints.verbs
transitive verb use.to fail to satisfy the hope, desire or expectation of; to frustrate or thwart
intransitive verb use.to cause disappointment
disappointment.noun,.plural.disappointments
the act of disappointing; the condition or feeling of being disappointed; one that disappoints

disharmony.noun,.plural.disharmonies
lack of harmony; discord
disharmonious.adjective
lacking in harmony
disharmoniously.adverb
disharmonize, disharmonizes, disharmonized, disharmonizing.transitive verbs
to make disharmonious

disrepair.noun
if something is in disrepair or is in a state of disrepair, it is broken or in bad condition (the house was unoccupied and in a bad state of disrepair and the same for the 40 year old truck sat behind the barn)

ditch.noun,.plural.ditches
a long narrow.trench or furrow.dug in the ground, as for irrigation, drainage or a boundary line; a ditch is a long narrow channel cut into the ground at the side of a road or field
ditch, ditched, ditching, ditches.verbs
transitive verb use.tf you ditch something that you have or are responsible for, you abandon it or get rid of it, because you no longer want it (she decided to ditch the old torn sofa bed); if someone ditches someone, they end a relationship with that person; if a pilot ditches an aircraft or if it ditches, the pilot makes an emergency landing; to dig or make a long narrow trench or furrow in; to surround with a long narrow trench or furrow; to get rid of; discard (ditched the old yard furniture); to get away from a person
intransitive verb use.to dig a ditch
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