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Dumfounded

dʌmˈfaʊnd

Meanings of Dumfounded:

verb

Greatly astonish or amaze.

Usage examples:

I was dumbfounded by the low prices there

Dumfounding

dʌmˈfaʊnd

Meanings of Dumfounding:

verb

Greatly astonish or amaze.

Usage examples:

I was dumbfounded by the low prices there

Dumfounds

dʌmˈfaʊnd

Meanings of Dumfounds:

verb

Greatly astonish or amaze.

Usage examples:

I was dumbfounded by the low prices there

Meanings of Dumka:

noun

A piece of slavic music, originating as a folk ballad or lament, typically melancholy with contrasting lively sections.

Usage examples:

Nothing is more characteristic of czech music than the ‘dumka’, which dvorák made particularly his …

Dumky

ˈdʊmkə

Meanings of Dumky:

noun

A piece of slavic music, originating as a folk ballad or lament, typically melancholy with contrasting lively sections.

Usage examples:

Nothing is more characteristic of czech music than the ‘dumka’, which dvorák made particularly his …

Dummied

ˈdʌmi

Meanings of Dummied:

verb

(chiefly in rugby and soccer) feign a pass or kick in order to deceive an opponent.

Usage examples:

Blanco dummied past a static defence
noun

A model or replica of a human being.

Usage examples:

A waxwork dummy

Dummies

ˈdʌm.i

Meanings of Dummies:

noun

A model or replica of a human being.

Usage examples:

A waxwork dummy
verb

(chiefly in rugby and soccer) feign a pass or kick in order to deceive an opponent.

Usage examples:

Blanco dummied past a static defence

Meanings of Dummy:

noun

A model or replica of a human being.

Usage examples:

A waxwork dummy
verb

(chiefly in rugby and soccer) feign a pass or kick in order to deceive an opponent.

Usage examples:

Blanco dummied past a static defence

Dummy-run

ˌdʌm.i ˈrʌn

Meanings of Dummy-run:

noun

A dry run

Usage examples:

The local elections can be seen as a dummy run for the national election next year.

Meanings of Dummying:

verb

(chiefly in rugby and soccer) feign a pass or kick in order to deceive an opponent.

Usage examples:

Blanco dummied past a static defence
noun

A model or replica of a human being.

Usage examples:

A waxwork dummy

Meanings of Dumortierite:

noun

A rare blue or violet mineral occurring typically as needles and fibrous masses in gneiss and schist. it consists of an aluminium and iron borosilicate.

Usage examples:

Little known from the east coast, important deposits of dumortierite exist in rochester and oreana,…

Dump

dʌmp

Meanings of Dump:

noun

A site for depositing rubbish.

Usage examples:

Putting a halting site beside a dump was unfair in the first place.
verb

Deposit or dispose of (rubbish, waste, or unwanted material), typically in a careless or hurried way.

Usage examples:

Trucks dumped 1,900 tons of refuse here

Dumped

dʌmp

Meanings of Dumped:

verb

Deposit or dispose of (rubbish, waste, or unwanted material), typically in a careless or hurried way.

Usage examples:

Trucks dumped 1,900 tons of refuse here
noun

A site for depositing rubbish.

Usage examples:

Putting a halting site beside a dump was unfair in the first place.

Dumper

ˈdʌm.pər

Meanings of Dumper:

noun

A person or thing that dumps something.

Usage examples:

He said 24-hour waste wardens should be empowered to impose on the spot fines on ‘the handful’ of i…

Dumper-truck

ˈdʌm.pə ˌtrʌk

Meanings of Dumper-truck:

noun

A large truck for transporting heavy loads, with a back part that can be raised at one end so that its contents fall out

Usage examples:

Volunteers drove dumper trucks to help clear the rubble., he worked as a dumper truck driver.

Dumpers

ˈdʌm.pər

Meanings of Dumpers:

noun

A person or thing that dumps something.

Usage examples:

He said 24-hour waste wardens should be empowered to impose on the spot fines on ‘the handful’ of i…

Dumpier

ˈdʌm.pi

Meanings of Dumpier:

adjective

(of a person) short and stout.

Usage examples:

The dress made her look dumpy

Dumpily

ˈdʌm.pəl.i

Meanings of Dumpily:

adverb

In an unpleasant or unattractive way, especially relating to a person who is short and wide

Usage examples:

She was described as a dumpily unattractive woman., he was dumpily dressed in clothes that looked o…

Dumping

ˈdʌm.pɪŋ

Meanings of Dumping:

verb

Deposit or dispose of (rubbish, waste, or unwanted material), typically in a careless or hurried way.

Usage examples:

Trucks dumped 1,900 tons of refuse here
noun

A site for depositing rubbish.

Usage examples:

Putting a halting site beside a dump was unfair in the first place.

Dumping-ground

ˈdʌm.pɪŋ ˌɡraʊnd

Meanings of Dumping-ground:

noun

A place where waste is thrown away, usually in a way that is illegal or not suitable

Usage examples:

The river became a dumping ground for sewage., we can't treat our oceans like a dumping ground., we…

Dumpling

ˈdʌm.plɪŋ

Meanings of Dumpling:

noun

A small savoury ball of dough (usually made with suet) which may be boiled, fried, or baked in a casserole.

Usage examples:

Both chiao and sharipov have requested a special take-out of dim sum dumplings and fried rice for t…

Dumplings

ˈdʌm.plɪŋ

Meanings of Dumplings:

noun

A small savoury ball of dough (usually made with suet) which may be boiled, fried, or baked in a casserole.

Usage examples:

Both chiao and sharipov have requested a special take-out of dim sum dumplings and fried rice for t…

Meanings of Dumps:

verb

A site for depositing rubbish.

Dumpy

ˈdʌm.pi

Meanings of Dumpy:

adjective

(of a person) short and stout.

Usage examples:

The dress made her look dumpy

Meanings of Dun:

adjective

Of a dull greyish-brown colour.

Usage examples:

A dun cow
noun

A dull greyish-brown colour.

Usage examples:

A mutt the colour of dun stood near by, barking every now and again.
verb

Make persistent demands on (someone), especially for payment of a debt.

Usage examples:

After he left oxford he was frequently dunned for his debts

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