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dignified characterized by dignity of manner or expression; stately.
dignify to give honor or prestige to. [2 definitions]
dignitary one who holds a high office or rank.
dignity one's sense of worth; pride or self-respect, esp. as manifested in one's bearing or behavior. [3 definitions]
dig out to find by searching.
digraph a pair of letters representing a single sound, such as "sh" in "shine".
digress to stray from the main topic; ramble.
digression the act or result of straying from the main topic.
digressive tending to digress or depart from the main subject.
dihedral formed by or having two intersecting planes. [2 definitions]
dihydrotestosterone an androgenic hormone derived from testosterone.
dik-dik any of several extremely small African antelopes.
dike an embankment built to prevent flooding; levee. [6 definitions]
diktat a burdensome, punishing settlement imposed on a defeated party by the victors. [2 definitions]
dilapidate to become ruined or decayed, as from neglect. [2 definitions]
dilapidated fallen into disrepair or decay, esp. from neglect or overuse.
dilatation in medicine, the state or condition of abnormal enlargement of an organ, cavity, or canal of the body.
dilate to make wider or larger; enlarge; expand. [3 definitions]
dilation the process of enlarging an organ such as the cervix or the pupil of the eye. [2 definitions]
dilator a muscle that dilates a body part, such as the pupil of the eye. [2 definitions]