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Meanings of Dulce:

noun

A sweet food, originally from latin america, made from milk that has been caramelized (= cooked slowly with sugar) until it becomes sweet and brown

Usage examples:

These biscuits are filled with dulce de leche and dusted with icing sugar., the dessert was a dulce…

Meanings of Dulcet:

adjective

(especially of sound) sweet and soothing (often used ironically).

Usage examples:

Record the dulcet tones of your family and friends

Dulcetly

ˈdʌl.sət.li

Meanings of Dulcetly:

adverb

In a dulcet manner; sweetly, gently.

Meanings of Dulcetness:

noun

The quality of being dulcet; sweetness, gentleness.

Dulcian

ˈdʌlsɪən

Meanings of Dulcian:

noun

An early type of bassoon made in one piece.

Usage examples:

Early dulcians were often carved from a single piece of wood; the modern bassoon has four wooden jo…

Meanings of Dulciana:

noun

An organ stop, typically with small conical open metal pipes.

Usage examples:

These had an accident and all need their slots cut off, but dulcianas shouldn't have slots anyways.

Dulcianas

ˌdʌlsɪˈɑːnə

Meanings of Dulcianas:

noun

An organ stop, typically with small conical open metal pipes.

Usage examples:

These had an accident and all need their slots cut off, but dulcianas shouldn't have slots anyways.

Meanings of Dulcid:

adjective

Sweet or pleasing, especially in sound; dulcet.

Dulcified

ˈdʌlsɪfʌɪ

Meanings of Dulcified:

verb

Sweeten.

Usage examples:

Cider pap dulcified with molasses

Dulcifies

ˈdʌlsɪfʌɪ

Meanings of Dulcifies:

verb

Sweeten.

Usage examples:

Cider pap dulcified with molasses

Meanings of Dulcifluous:

adjective

Sweetly or softly flowing.

Dulcify

ˈdʌlsɪfʌɪ

Meanings of Dulcify:

verb

Sweeten.

Usage examples:

Cider pap dulcified with molasses

Dulcifying

ˈdʌlsɪfʌɪ

Meanings of Dulcifying:

verb

Sweeten.

Usage examples:

Cider pap dulcified with molasses

Meanings of Dulciloquent:

adjective

Of a person: sweet-spoken. hence also of an utterance, style, etc.: characterized by pleasing or mellifluous language.

Meanings of Dulciloquy:

noun

A sweet or pleasing manner of speaking; sweetness of speech.

Meanings of Dulcimer:

noun

A musical instrument with a sounding board or box, typically trapezoid in shape, over which strings of graduated length are stretched, played by plucking or especially by being struck with handheld hammers. the term hammered dulcimer is sometimes used, especially in the us, to distinguish these from plucked instruments such as the appalachian dulcimer.

Usage examples:

Using anything from toy piano, guitars and dulcimer to synthesisers and stylophone, the pair contin…

Dulcimers

ˈdʌl.sɪ.mər

Meanings of Dulcimers:

noun

A musical instrument with a sounding board or box, typically trapezoid in shape, over which strings of graduated length are stretched, played by plucking or especially by being struck with handheld hammers. the term hammered dulcimer is sometimes used, especially in the us, to distinguish these from plucked instruments such as the appalachian dulcimer.

Usage examples:

Using anything from toy piano, guitars and dulcimer to synthesisers and stylophone, the pair contin…

Meanings of Dulcin:

noun

A synthetic crystalline compound formerly used as a sweetening agent in food.

Meanings of Dulcite:

noun

A sweet-tasting crystalline alcohol which occurs in various plants.

Meanings of Dulcitol:

noun

A sweet-tasting crystalline alcohol which occurs in various plants and also in the lenses of the eyes of persons affected by galactosaemia. also called galactitol, dulcite, (formerly) dulcose.

Meanings of Dulcitude:

noun

Sweetness (literal and figurative). also (occasionally): an instance of this; a sweet or pleasing thing.

Meanings of Dulcity:

noun

Sweetness (literal and figurative).

Meanings of Dulcose:

noun

= dulcitol .

Dulia

djʊˈlʌɪə

Meanings of Dulia:

noun

(in roman catholic theology) the reverence accorded to saints and angels.

Usage examples:

In the twelfth century the distinction between latria and dulia finally became common knowledge.

Meanings of Dull:

adjective

Lacking interest or excitement.

Usage examples:

Your diet doesn't have to be dull and boring
verb

Make or become dull or less intense.

Usage examples:

Time dulls the memory

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