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depart to pass away; die. [1/4 definitions]
devolve to pass on (a duty or the like) to one who follows. [1/2 definitions]
do-si-do a movement in square dancing in which two dancers approach each other, pass around each other back to back, and return to their original positions. [1/4 definitions]
drag to go or pass slowly. [1/13 definitions]
drawbridge a bridge built so that it can be raised or moved in order to either allow tall ships to pass beneath or restrict passage.
elide to pass over, ignore, or suppress. [1/2 definitions]
evaporate to turn from liquid into vapor; pass away in the form of vapor. [1/5 definitions]
exhaust to pass out as waste, as the fumes of an engine. [1/11 definitions]
eyelet a small hole or perforation with bound or covered edges, used to pass cord or thread through, fasten hooks into, or serve as decoration. [1/3 definitions]
fall to become; pass into a particular condition or position. [1/19 definitions]
fart to pass intestinal gas from the anus. [1/3 definitions]
fast lane the lane on a highway or expressway where vehicles maintain higher speeds or pass other vehicles. [1/2 definitions]
feel to pass one's hands or fingers over (something) in order to find out something or to get pleasure. [1/15 definitions]
filter a piece of paper or other porous material, such as charcoal, used to remove solids or other impurities from fluids or gases that pass through it. [1/7 definitions]
filtrate to pass through or subject to a filter. [1/2 definitions]
fleet2 to cause (time) to pass rapidly. [1/5 definitions]
fly1 to pass by or move quickly. [1/12 definitions]
foist to pass off (a false or worthless article) as authentic, valuable, or worthy (usu. fol. by off). [1/2 definitions]
football a North American game played by two opposing teams on a rectangular field, in which players pass or carry a ball in an effort to transport it to one end of the playing area and thus score points. [1/4 definitions]
forward pass a football pass made from behind the line of scrimmage to a player who is closer to the other team's goal.
frequency in physics, the number of electromagnetic waves that pass a certain point in a given time period. [1/3 definitions]