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draw straws to choose one person from several by having each choose a partly concealed straw, with the shortest straw indicating the chosen person.
drawstring a cord or the like that is drawn through a sewn channel in fabric and pulled so as to tighten or close an opening, as of pants, a bag, or the like.
draw the line to set a limit on what is allowed.
draw up to draft; formulate. [2 definitions]
dray a low but sturdy cart with removable sides that is used for moving bulky or heavy objects. [3 definitions]
drayage conveyance by dray, or the charge for it.
drayman a dray driver.
dread to be very afraid of or deeply apprehensive about. [7 definitions]
dreadful producing great fear or a feeling of awe; dread. [2 definitions]
dreadlocks a hairstyle, originally worn by Rastafarians, in which the hair is worn in many long ropelike braids.
dreadnought a large warship equipped with powerful weapons and, usu., heavy armor.
dream a series of images or visions that accompany sleep, or that occur during waking reverie. [11 definitions]
dreamland any wonderful place or situation existing only in dreams or the imagination. [2 definitions]
dreamless combined form of dream.
dreamt a past tense and past participle of "dream".
dream up (informal) to conceive in the imagination.
dream world a world that exists only in the imagination, not in reality.
dreamy like a dream; hazy or indistinct. [4 definitions]
drear in literature, dreary; dismal; boring.
dreary cheerless, bleak, or depressing. [2 definitions]
dredge1 any of numerous pieces of equipment used to clear solid matter from the bottom of a body of water, as by a scoop or suction pipe. [7 definitions]