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Duellists

ˈdjuː.ə.lɪst

Meanings of Duellists:

noun

A person who fights a duel or duels.

Usage examples:

A master duellist

Duello

djuːˈɛləʊ

Meanings of Duello:

noun

The custom of duelling or the established code governing duellists.

Usage examples:

The laws of the duello as laid down in every civilized country

Meanings of Duellos:

noun

The custom of duelling or the established code governing duellists.

Usage examples:

The laws of the duello as laid down in every civilized country

Duels

ˈdʒuː.əl

Meanings of Duels:

noun

A contest with deadly weapons arranged between two people in order to settle a point of honour.

Usage examples:

Twice he had seriously wounded men in duels
verb

Fight a duel or duels.

Usage examples:

Shall we duel over this?

Meanings of Duende:

noun

A quality of passion and inspiration.

Usage examples:

In addition to its destabilizing qualities, garcia lorca associates duende with ever-present danger…

Duendes

duːˈɛndeɪ

Meanings of Duendes:

noun

A quality of passion and inspiration.

Usage examples:

In addition to its destabilizing qualities, garcia lorca associates duende with ever-present danger…

Meanings of Dueness:

noun

The quality or state of being due.

Meanings of Duenesses:

noun

The quality or state of being due.

Meanings of Duenna:

noun

An older woman acting as a governess and companion in charge of girls, especially in a spanish family; a chaperone.

Usage examples:

She brought an entourage of some sixty people, from her aristocratic duenna, dona elvira, to her bi…

Duennas

duːˈɛnə

Meanings of Duennas:

noun

An older woman acting as a governess and companion in charge of girls, especially in a spanish family; a chaperone.

Usage examples:

She brought an entourage of some sixty people, from her aristocratic duenna, dona elvira, to her bi…

Meanings of Duennaship:

noun

The position or role of a duenna; supervision or guardianship (like that) provided by a duenna.

Dues

djuːz

Meanings of Dues:

noun

One's right; what is owed to one.

Usage examples:

He thought it was his due
adjective

Expected at or planned for at a certain time.

Usage examples:

The baby's due in august
adverb

(with reference to a point of the compass) exactly; directly.

Usage examples:

We'll head due south again on the same road
plural noun

The official payments you make to an organization that you belong to

Usage examples:

Members of the club pay $50 in annual dues.

Duet

djuːˈɛt

Meanings of Duet:

noun

A performance by two singers, instrumentalists, or dancers.

Usage examples:

Performing duets with famous foreign artists
verb

Perform a duet.

Usage examples:

They duetted at the tribute concert

Meanings of Duets:

noun

A performance by two singers, instrumentalists, or dancers.

Usage examples:

Performing duets with famous foreign artists
verb

Perform a duet.

Usage examples:

They duetted at the tribute concert

Duetted

djuːˈɛt

Meanings of Duetted:

verb

Perform a duet.

Usage examples:

They duetted at the tribute concert
noun

A performance by two singers, instrumentalists, or dancers.

Usage examples:

Performing duets with famous foreign artists

Duetting

djuːˈɛt

Meanings of Duetting:

verb

Perform a duet.

Usage examples:

They duetted at the tribute concert
noun

A performance by two singers, instrumentalists, or dancers.

Usage examples:

Performing duets with famous foreign artists

Meanings of Duettino:

noun

A short duet.

Meanings of Duetto:

noun

Duet.

Duff

dʌf

Meanings of Duff:

noun

A flour pudding boiled or steamed in a cloth bag.

Usage examples:

A currant duff
adjective

Of very poor quality.

Usage examples:

Duff lyrics
verb

Beat someone up.

Usage examples:

I'm going to go round to his house with a bunch of mates and duff him up

Meanings of Duffadar:

noun

In the indian imperial police and certain divisions of the indian army under british rule: a junior officer who is a native of india; (in regiments of the irregular cavalry) specifically a non-commissioned officer equivalent in rank to a corporal.

Duffed

dʌf

Meanings of Duffed:

verb

Beat someone up.

Usage examples:

I'm going to go round to his house with a bunch of mates and duff him up
adjective

Of very poor quality.

Usage examples:

Duff lyrics
noun

Decaying vegetable matter covering the ground under trees.

Usage examples:

Generally the fires in this area burn the duff and underbrush and scorch a few trees

Duffel

ˈdʌf.əl ˌbæɡ

Meanings of Duffel:

noun

A coarse woollen cloth with a thick nap.

Usage examples:

A duffel hat

Duffel-bag

ˈdʌf.əl ˌbæɡ

Meanings of Duffel-bag:

noun

A strong bag with a round bottom, often with a string or strap at the top that is used to close it and to carry it

Duffer

ˈdʌf.ər

Meanings of Duffer:

noun

An incompetent or stupid person.

Usage examples:

A complete duffer at languages

Meanings of Duffers:

noun

An incompetent or stupid person.

Usage examples:

A complete duffer at languages

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