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Dari

ˈdɑːriː

Meanings of Dari:

noun

The form of persian spoken in afghanistan.

Usage examples:

They are closely related to the modern persian of iran, tajik, and pashto / dari (spoken by the maj…

Meanings of Darien:

proper noun

A sparsely populated province of eastern panama. the name was formerly applied to the whole of the isthmus of panama.

Daring

ˈdeə.rɪŋ

Meanings of Daring:

adjective

(of a person or action) adventurous or audaciously bold.

Usage examples:

A daring crime
noun

Adventurous courage.

Usage examples:

The daring of the players brings fortune or ruin
verb

Have the courage to do something.

Usage examples:

A story he dare not write down

Meanings of Daringly:

adverb

In a way that is daring (= brave and taking risks)

Usage examples:

A daringly short skirt, this house would have looked daringly modern when it was built.

Dariole

ˈdarɪəʊl

Meanings of Dariole:

noun

(in french cooking) a small, flowerpot-shaped mould in which an individual sweet or savoury dish is cooked and served.

Usage examples:

Set the filled darioles in the saucepan

Darioles

ˈdarɪəʊl

Meanings of Darioles:

noun

(in french cooking) a small, flowerpot-shaped mould in which an individual sweet or savoury dish is cooked and served.

Usage examples:

Set the filled darioles in the saucepan

Darjeeling

dɑːˈdʒiː.lɪŋ

Meanings of Darjeeling:

noun

A high-quality tea grown in the mountainous regions of northern india.

Usage examples:

Napa valley grille gets its hot leaf teas from mighty leaf in flavors such as vanilla, orange jasmi…
proper noun

A hill station at an altitude of 2,150 m (7,054 ft) in west bengal, north-eastern india, near the sikkim border; population 141,200 (est. 2009).

Dark

dɑːk

Meanings of Dark:

adjective

With little or no light.

Usage examples:

It's too dark to see much
noun

The absence of light in a place.

Usage examples:

Carolyn was sitting in the dark

Meanings of Dark-horse:

noun

A person who is not expected to succeed in or unexpectedly wins an election, race, or other competition

Usage examples:

A dark horse in the primaries

Darken

ˈdɑː.kən

Meanings of Darken:

verb

Make or become dark or darker.

Usage examples:

The sky was darkening rapidly

Meanings of Darkened:

adjective

Having no light; made dark.

Usage examples:

A darkened room
verb

Make or become dark or darker.

Usage examples:

The sky was darkening rapidly

Meanings of Darkening:

verb

Make or become dark or darker.

Usage examples:

The sky was darkening rapidly

Darkens

ˈdɑː.kən

Meanings of Darkens:

verb

Make or become dark or darker.

Usage examples:

The sky was darkening rapidly

Meanings of Darker:

adjective

With little or no light.

Usage examples:

It's too dark to see much
noun

The absence of light in a place.

Usage examples:

Carolyn was sitting in the dark

Darkest

dɑːk

Meanings of Darkest:

adjective

With little or no light.

Usage examples:

It's too dark to see much
noun

The absence of light in a place.

Usage examples:

Carolyn was sitting in the dark

Darkie

ˈdaː.ki

Meanings of Darkie:

noun

A black person.

Darkies

ˈdaː.ki

Meanings of Darkies:

noun

A black person.

Darkling

ˈdɑːklɪŋ

Meanings of Darkling:

adjective

Growing dark or characterized by darkness.

Usage examples:

The darkling sky

Meanings of Darklings:

adjective

Growing dark or characterized by darkness.

Usage examples:

The darkling sky

Darkly

ˈdɑːk.li

Meanings of Darkly:

adverb

In a threatening, mysterious, or ominous way.

Usage examples:

‘you can't trust him,’ said jacob darkly

Darkness

ˈdɑːk.nəs

Meanings of Darkness:

noun

The partial or total absence of light.

Usage examples:

The office was in darkness

Darknesses

ˈdɑːknəs

Meanings of Darknesses:

noun

The partial or total absence of light.

Usage examples:

The office was in darkness

Darkroom

ˈdɑːk.ruːm

Meanings of Darkroom:

noun

A room for developing photographs, in which normal light is excluded.

Usage examples:

A boy develops photographs in the school darkroom.

Meanings of Darkrooms:

noun

A room for developing photographs, in which normal light is excluded.

Usage examples:

A boy develops photographs in the school darkroom.

Darks

dɑːk

Meanings of Darks:

noun

The absence of light in a place.

Usage examples:

Carolyn was sitting in the dark
adjective

With little or no light.

Usage examples:

It's too dark to see much

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