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delicacy fineness of texture or design. [8 definitions]
delicate agreeable to the senses because of fineness or subtlety. [7 definitions]
delicatessen a shop that sells ready-to-eat foods such as salads, cooked meats, and cheeses. [2 definitions]
delicious extremely pleasing or agreeable, esp. to the sense of taste or smell. [3 definitions]
delight considerable pleasure, satisfaction, or enjoyment. [5 definitions]
delighted filled with delight; exceedingly pleased.
delightful very pleasing; causing delight.
Delilah according to the Old Testament, Samson's mistress, who cut off his hair, which was the source of his superhuman strength, and delivered him to his enemies the Philistines.
delimit to define or mark the limits or boundaries of; demarcate.
delineate to represent by drawing; sketch out. [2 definitions]
delinquency failure to bear one's responsibilities; dereliction of duty or failure to meet a legal requirement. [3 definitions]
delinquent neglectful of a duty or guilty of an offense or violation of the law. [4 definitions]
deliquesce to melt away; dissolve. [3 definitions]
delirious in, pertaining to, or displaying a temporary state of mental confusion and incoherence, as from a fever or intoxication. [2 definitions]
delirium a temporary state of mental disturbance sometimes caused by high fever, shock, or intoxication, and characterized by confusion, hallucinations, delusions, disturbed speech, and the like. [2 definitions]
delirium tremens a condition caused by chronic excessive drinking of alcohol and characterized by hallucinations, trembling, and anxiety.
deliver to send or bring (something) to an intended destination or recipient. [9 definitions]
deliverable combined form of deliver.
deliverance the act or process of delivering. [3 definitions]
delivery an act of conveying or transporting. [6 definitions]
dell a small, secluded vale or valley, usu. wooded.