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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, horror, or awe; dread. [2 definitions]
dreadlocks a hairstyle, originally worn by Rastafarians, in which the hair is worn in many long, twisted strands.
dreadnought a large warship equipped with powerful weapons and, usu., heavy armor.
dread to think used to express worry or fear with respect to what might happen or be possible under certain circumstances.
dream a series of images or visions that accompany sleep, or that occur during waking reverie. [13 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]
dredge2 to roll in or sprinkle with a substance such as flour or sugar so as to make a coating.
dregs a solid or murky residue that sinks to the bottom of some beverages, such as wine and coffee. [2 definitions]
dreidel a small four-sided top with Hebrew letters marked on the sides. [2 definitions]
drench to sprinkle with or soak in a liquid to the point of saturation; wet. [3 definitions]