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donnish of, like, or characteristic of a university don; pedantic.
donnybrook (sometimes cap.) a noisy fight or brawl; free-for-all.
donor one who gives, contributes, or donates something such as money to an organization, fund, or the like. [2 definitions]
do-nothing a lazy, unmotivated person; idler or sluggard. [2 definitions]
Don Quixote the idealistic but impractical protagonist and title character of a seventeenth-century Spanish novel by Miguel de Cervantes.
don't contracted form of "do not".
donut variant of doughnut.
doodad (informal) a term used for a small object or gadget for which one does not know or cannot remember the name; dingus; contraption. [2 definitions]
doodle to draw or scribble aimlessly or absentmindedly. [3 definitions]
doodlebug the larva of an ant lion.
doo-doo (slang) feces; excrement.
doohickey (informal) a tool or gadget for which one does not know or remember the name; thingamajig.
doom fate or destiny, esp. that of destruction or death. [5 definitions]
doomsayer one who consistently predicts failure or disaster; pessimist.
doomsday the day on which the Last Judgment is supposed to occur, at the end of the world. [2 definitions]
Doomsday Book variant of Domesday Book.
do one's bit to give one's effort to something; do one's share.
do one's hair to arrange one's own or another person's hair in a particular style.
do one's makeup to apply makeup, usually to the face.
door an opening, esp. in a room or building, through which one enters or leaves; entryway. [5 definitions]
doorbell a bell, buzzer, or other signal at an outside door, as of a house or apartment, sounded to gain admission.