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Meanings of Drayman:

noun

A person who delivers beer for a brewery.

Usage examples:

Rumours had it that a drayman delivering beer with his horse and cart was decapitated on his way th…

Draymen

ˈdreɪmən

Meanings of Draymen:

noun

A person who delivers beer for a brewery.

Usage examples:

Rumours had it that a drayman delivering beer with his horse and cart was decapitated on his way th…

Meanings of Drays:

noun

A truck or cart without sides, for delivering beer barrels or other heavy loads.

Usage examples:

It is 30 years since major john bartholomew, former wadworth chairman, decided to reintroduce shire…

Meanings of Dread:

verb

Anticipate with great apprehension or fear.

Usage examples:

Jane was dreading the party
noun

Great fear or apprehension.

Usage examples:

The thought of returning to london filled her with dread
adjective

Greatly feared; dreadful.

Usage examples:

He was stricken with the dread disease and died

Dreaded

ˈdred.ɪd

Meanings of Dreaded:

adjective

Regarded with great fear or apprehension.

Usage examples:

The dreaded news came that joe had been wounded
verb

Anticipate with great apprehension or fear.

Usage examples:

Jane was dreading the party

Meanings of Dreadful:

adjective

Causing or involving great suffering, fear, or unhappiness; extremely bad or serious.

Usage examples:

There's been a dreadful accident

Dreadfully

ˈdred.fəl.i

Meanings of Dreadfully:

adverb

Extremely.

Usage examples:

You're dreadfully thin

Meanings of Dreading:

verb

Anticipate with great apprehension or fear.

Usage examples:

Jane was dreading the party
noun

Great fear or apprehension.

Usage examples:

The thought of returning to london filled her with dread
adjective

Greatly feared; dreadful.

Usage examples:

He was stricken with the dread disease and died

Meanings of Dreadlocks:

plural noun

A rastafarian hairstyle in which the hair is washed but not combed and twisted while wet into tight braids or ringlets hanging down on all sides.

Usage examples:

A stately rastafarian in dreadlocks nursed a dark ale

Dreadnaught

ˈdrɛdnɔːt

Meanings of Dreadnaught:

noun

A type of battleship introduced in the early 20th century, larger and faster than its predecessors and equipped entirely with large-calibre guns.

Usage examples:

John fisher was astute enough to support most technical developments - such as submarines and the d…

Dreadnought

ˈdrɛdnɔːt

Meanings of Dreadnought:

noun

A type of battleship introduced in the early 20th century, larger and faster than its predecessors and equipped entirely with large-calibre guns.

Usage examples:

John fisher was astute enough to support most technical developments - such as submarines and the d…

Dreadnoughts

ˈdrɛdnɔːt

Meanings of Dreadnoughts:

noun

A type of battleship introduced in the early 20th century, larger and faster than its predecessors and equipped entirely with large-calibre guns.

Usage examples:

John fisher was astute enough to support most technical developments - such as submarines and the d…

Dreads

drɛd

Meanings of Dreads:

verb

Anticipate with great apprehension or fear.

Usage examples:

Jane was dreading the party
noun

Great fear or apprehension.

Usage examples:

The thought of returning to london filled her with dread
adjective

Greatly feared; dreadful.

Usage examples:

He was stricken with the dread disease and died
phrase

Short for dreadlocks : a hairstyle in which the hair hangs in long, thick, twisted pieces

Usage examples:

They wore their hair in dreads., alex was the cool guy with dreads., of course you can swim with dr…

Dream

driːm

Meanings of Dream:

noun

A series of thoughts, images, and sensations occurring in a person's mind during sleep.

Usage examples:

I had a recurrent dream about falling from great heights
verb

Experience dreams during sleep.

Usage examples:

I dreamed about her last night

Meanings of Dream up:

phrasal verb

Devise or invent

Meanings of Dream-about:

phrasal verb

To think about something that you want very much

Usage examples:

I dream of one day working for myself and not having a boss.

Meanings of Dream-of:

phrasal verb

To think about something that you want very much

Usage examples:

I dream of one day working for myself and not having a boss.

Dreamboat

ˈdriːm.bəʊt

Meanings of Dreamboat:

noun

A very attractive person, especially a man.

Usage examples:

It's not fair to say that democrats aren't seduced by their own archetypal dreamboats.

Dreamed

driːm

Meanings of Dreamed:

verb

Experience dreams during sleep.

Usage examples:

I dreamed about her last night
noun

A series of thoughts, images, and sensations occurring in a person's mind during sleep.

Usage examples:

I had a recurrent dream about falling from great heights

Meanings of Dreamer:

noun

A person who dreams or is dreaming.

Usage examples:

The dreamer, the visionary seer, not only sees, but does something, makes something.

Dreamers

ˈdriːmə

Meanings of Dreamers:

noun

A person who dreams or is dreaming.

Usage examples:

The dreamer, the visionary seer, not only sees, but does something, makes something.

Meanings of Dreamery:

noun

A place where a person dreams or is likely to dream.

Dreamful

ˈdriːm.fəl

Meanings of Dreamful:

adjective

Characterized by or filled with dreams.

Usage examples:

A troubled and dreamful night

Dreamfully

ˈdriːm.fəl.i

Meanings of Dreamfully:

adverb

In a dreamful manner; dreamily.

Meanings of Dreamfulness:

noun

The quality or condition of being dreamful; dreaminess.

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