A policeman spots a woman driving and knitting at the same time. Driving up beside her, he shouts out the window...
"No," she shouts back, "a pair of socks!"
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List of words beginning with: D
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—n. - a platform in a ship serving as a floor. B the accommodation on a particular deck of a ship.
- floor or compartment of a bus etc.
- section for playing discs or tapes etc. In a sound system.
- esp. Us pack of cards.
- slang ground. —v. - (often foll. By out) decorate.
- provide with or cover as a deck. below deck(s) in or into the space below the main deck. [dutch, = cover]
n. - thing done intentionally or consciously.
- brave, skilful, or conspicuous act.
- action (kind in word and deed).
- legal document used esp. For transferring ownership of property. [old english: related to *do1]
- of covenant n. Agreement to pay a regular sum, esp. To charity.
- poll n. Deed made by one party only, esp. To change one's name.
v. Formal consider, judge (deem it my duty). [old english]
breathing n. Breathing with long breaths, esp. As exercise.
- —adj. - extending far down or in (deep water; deep wound; deep shelf).
- (predic.) A to or at a specified depth (water 6 feet deep). B in a specified number of ranks (soldiers drawn up six deep).
- situated or coming from far down, back, or in (deep in his pockets; deep sigh).
- low-pitched, full-toned (deep voice).
- intense, extreme (deep sleep; deep colour; deep interest).
- (predic.) Fully absorbed or overwhelmed (deep in a book; deep in debt).
- profound; difficult to understand (too deep for me). —n. - (prec. By the) poet. Sea, esp. When deep.
- abyss, pit, cavity.
- (prec. By the) cricket position of a fielder distant from the batsman.
- deep state (deep of the night). —adv. Deeply; far down or in (dig deep). go off the deep end colloq. Give way to anger or emotion. In deep water in trouble or difficulty. deeply adv. [old english]
n. (pl. Same) four-hoofed grazing animal, the male of which usu. Has antlers. [old english]
adj. Neat; dexterous; adroit. deftly adv. Deftness n. [var. Of *daft = ‘meek’]
v. (-ies, -ied) 1 resist openly; refuse to obey.
- (of a thing) present insuperable obstacles to (defies solution).
- (foll. By to + infin.) Challenge (a person) to do or prove something. [latin fides faith]
vu n. - feeling of having already experienced the present situation.
- something tediously familiar. [french, = already seen]
n. (pl. -s) colloq. Delicatessen shop. [abbreviation]
n. Small usu. Wooded valley. [old english]
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