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digitalis the foxglove or any of several related plants. [2 definitions]
digital versatile disc an optical storage format for digital data, resembling a compact disc but with greater storage capacity; digital video disc; DVD.
digital video disc an optical storage format for digital data, or the physical disc that the data is stored on, resembling a compact disc but with greater storage capacity; DVD. [2 definitions]
digitate having fingers or toes. [2 definitions]
digitization the process of converting data to digital form.
digitize to convert to digital form.
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]
dilapidate to let (something) go to ruin or decay, as by neglect, or to become ruined or decayed.
dilapidated fallen into disrepair or decay, esp. from neglect or overuse.