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dace
daemon, demon
daff
daffadilly
daintily
dainty
dalliance
dally
dam
damask
damasked
dame
damn
damnable
damosella
damp
Dan
dance
dancing-rapier
dandle
danger
danger, in one's
dangerous
dank
dankish
Dansker
dare
dareful
daring-hardy
dark
darken
darking
darkling
darkly
darnel
darraign
dart
darting
dash
dastard
date
dateless
daub
daubery, daubry
daughter
dauphin
daw
dawning
day
day-bed
daylight
day-woman
dazzle
dead
dead men's fingers
dead-killing
deadly
deadly-handed
deadly-standing
deaf
deafing
deal
dear
deared
dearly
dearn
dearness
dearth
death
death-bed
death-boding
deathful
deathlike
death-practised
death-procuring
death's-head
deathsman
death-token
death-worthy
debate
debatement
debile
debitor
debonair
deboshed
deboysed
debt
debted
debuty
decay
decayed
deceased
deceit
deceitful
deceivable
deceive
deceiving
decent
deceptious
decern
decimation
decipher
decision
deck
decking
declare
declension
decline
declined
declining
decoct
decorum
decrease
decree
dedicate
dedicated
deed
deed-achieving
deedless
deem
deep
deep-drawing
deep-fet
deeply
deep-revolving
deer
deface
defame
default
defeat
defeature
defect
defence
defend
defendant
defensible
defer
defiance
defier
defile
define
definement
definitive
deformed
defunct
defunction
defunctive
defuse
defused
defy
degrade
degree
deify
deign
deject
dejected
delated
delay
deliberate
delicate
delight
delighted
delightful
deliver
deliverance
deliverly
delivery
delver
demand
demean
demerit
demesne
demi-Atlas
demi-cannon
demi-coronal
demi-devil
demi-natured
demi-puppet
demise
demi-wolf
demon
demonstrate
demure
demurely
den
denay
denier
denote
denotement
denounce
denunciation
deny
depart
departing
departure
depend
dependant
dependency
depender
deplore
deploring
depose
depositary
depravation
deprave
depraved
depress
deprive
deputation
deputed
deracinate
derivation
derivative
derive
derived
dern
derogate
derogately
derogation
derry
desart
desartless
descant
descending
descension
descry
desert, desart
deserve
deserved
deserving
design
designed
designment
desire
desired
desolation
despatch
desperate
desperately
desperation
despised
despite
despiteful
despitefully
despoil
destiny
destitute
destruction
detain
detect
detection
detention
determinate
determination
determine
determined
detest
detested
detract
detraction
deuce-ace
devest
device
devil
devil wear black, let the
devise
devised
devoted
devotement
devotion
devout
dew
dew-bedabbled
dewberry
dewlap
dewlapped
dexter
dexteriously
dexterity
dey-woman, day-woman
di
diadem
dial
dialect
dialogue
diapason
diaper
dich
Dick
diction
didst
die
diet
dieter
differ
difference
differency
different
differing
diffidence
diffuse
diffused
dig
digest
dignified
dignity
digress
digressing
digression
dii boni
dii deaeque
dilate
dilated
dilation
dild
dildo
dilemma
diligence
diligent
diluculo
dim
dimension
diminitive
diminutive
dine
dint
dire
direct
direction
directitude
directive
directly
direful
dire-lamenting
direness
dirge
dirt
dirty
disable
disabling
disallow
disanimate
disannul
disappointed
disaster
disbench
disbranch
disburden
disburse
discandy
discandying
discase
discern
discharge
disciple
discipline
disclaim
disclaiming
disclose
discomfit
discomfiture
discomfort
discomfortable
discommend
discontent
discontented
discontenting
discord
discourse
discourser
discover
discoverer
discovery
discredit
discreet
discretion
discuss
disdain
disdained
disease
disedge
disfigure
disfurnish
disgest
disgrace
disgraced
disgraceful
disgracious
disguise
dish
dishabit
dishclout
dishonest
dishonestly
dishonesty
dishonour
dishonoured
disinsanity
disjoin
disjoint
disjunction
dislike
disliken
dislimn
dislodge
disloyal
dismal
dismantle
dismasked
disme
dismember
dismissed
dismission
dismount
disnatured
disorbed
disordered
disparagement
disparity
dispark
dispatch, despatch
dispense
dispersed
dispersedly
dispiteous
displace
displant
display
displayed
displeasure
disponge
disport
dispose
disposed
disposer
disposing
disposition
dispossess
dispraise
dispraisingly
disprise, disprize
disprized
disproperty
disproportioned
disprove
dispunge
dispurse
disputable
disputation
dispute
disquantity
disquiet
disquietly
disrelish
disroot
disseat
dis-seat
dissemble
dissembled
dissembler
dissembling
dissembly
dissension
dissentious
dissever
dissevered
dissipation
dissolutely
dissolution
dissolve
dissolved
dissuade
distaff
distaff-woman
distain
distance
distaste
distasteful
distemper
distemperature
distempered
distempering
distil
distilled
distilling
distilment
distinct
distinction
distinctively
distinctly
distinguish
distinguishment
distract
distracted
distractedly
distraction
distrain
distress
distressed
distressful
distrust
distrustful
disturb
disvalued
disvouch
ditch-delivered
ditch-dog
ditcher
ditty
diurnal
dive-dapper
divers
diverted
divest
dividable
dividant
divide
divided
dividual
divination
divine
divinely
divineness
diviner
divining
divinity
division
divorce
divorcement
divulge
dizzy
dizzy-eyed
do
do de
dock
doctor
doctrine
document
dodge
doer
doff
dog
dog-ape
dog-days
dogged
dog-hearted
dog-weary
doing
doit
dole
dollar
dolour
dolphin
domestic
domination
dominator
domineer
dominical
dominie
dominion
Don
donation
done
doom
doomsday
door
door-keeper
dormouse
dost
dotage
dotant
dotard
dote
doth
doting
double
double-charge
doubled
double-fatal
double-man
doublet
doubt
doubtful
doubtfully
doubtless
doughty-handed
dout
dowdy
dower
dowerless
dowlas
dowle, dowl
down
downfall
down-gyved
down-pillow
downright
down-rope
down-sleeve
down-trod
downtrodden
downy
Dowsabel
dowset
doxy
dozens, by
drab
drabbing
drachma
draff
dragonish
dragon's tail
dram
draught
drave
draw
drawer
drawn
drayman
dread
dread-bolted
dreadful
dreadfully
dream
dreg
drench
drenched
dress
dresser
dressing
drift
drink
drive
driven
driving
drollery
drooping
drop
dropping
dropsied
dropsy
dross
drossy
drouth
drovier
drowning-mark
drowsy
drudge
drug
drug-damned
drum
drumble
drunk asleep
dry
dry nurse
dry-beat
dry-beaten
dryfoot
dub
ducat
ducdame
duck
dudgeon
due
duello
dug
duke
dulcet
dull
dullard
dull-eyed
dullness, dulness
dumb
dumb-discoursive
dump
dun
dung
dungy
dup
durance
dure
durst, that thou
dusky
dust
Dutchman
duteous
duty
dwell
dying
discover (v.) 1reveal, show, make known
discover (v.) 2recognize, distinguish, discern
discover (v.) 3expose, uncover, give away
discover (v.) 4find, uncover, come upon
discover (v.) 5spy, spot, make out
discover (v.) 6reconnoitre, scout out
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AW IV.i.71 [Parolles to First Soldier] I'll discover that which shall undo the Florentine
CE V.i.203 [Duke to Antipholus of Ephesus, ] Discover how, and thou shalt find me just
Cor II.ii.19 [First Officer to Second Officer, of Coriolanus and the people] he ... leaves nothing undone that may fully discover him their opposite
Cym I.vii.98 [Innogen to Iachimo] discover to me / What both you spur and stop [i.e. spur on and hold back]
Cym III.v.96 [Cloten to Pisanio] Discover where thy mistress is, at once
Cym V.v.277 [Pisanio to Cymbeline, of Innogen] If I discovered not which way she was gone
E3 I.i.31 [Artois to King Edward, of the French royal pedigree] I, a Frenchman, should discover this
E3 II.ii.206 [King Edward to all] This night will scarce suffice me to discover / My folly's siege
H5 II.ii.151 [Scroop to all] Our purposes God justly hath discovered
1H6 II.v.59 [Richard to Mortimer, of the reason for Mortimer's imprisonment] Discover more at large what cause that was
1H6 V.iv.60 [Pucelle to all, as if to herself] discover thine infirmity
H8 V.iii.72 [Gardiner to Cranmer] Your painted gloss discovers, / To men that understand you, words and weakness
JC I.ii.69 [Cassius to Brutus] I, your glass, / Will modestly discover to yourself / That of yourself which you yet know not of
MA I.ii.10 [Antonio to Leonato] the Prince discovered to Claudio that he loved my niece your daughter
MA II.ii.36 [Borachio to Don John, of the supposed love of Hero for Borachio] intend a kind of zeal both to the Prince and Claudio ... that you have discovered thus.
MA II.iii.108 [Leonato to Don Pedro, of Beatrice] never counterfeit of passion came so near the life of passion as she discovers it
MA II.iii.156 [Don Pedro to Leonato, of Beatrice's love] she will not discover it
MA III.ii.83 [Claudio to Don John] If there be any impediment, I pray you discover it
MM II.i.177 [Escalus to Elbow, of Pompey] he hath some offences in him that thou wouldst discover
MM III.i.195 [Isabella to disguised Duke, of Angelo] I will ... discover his government
MM V.i.353 [stage direction] [Lucio] pulls off the friar's hood, and discovers the Duke
MV II.vii.1 [Portia to Servants] draw aside the curtains and discover / The several caskets to this noble Prince
MW II.ii.177 [Ford as Brook to Falstaff] I shall discover a thing to you
Per Chorus.V.23 [Gower to audience] Where what is done in action, more if might, / Shall be discovered
R3 IV.iv.241 [Queen Elizabeth to King Richard] What good is covered with the face of heaven, / To be discovered, that can do me good?
RJ II.ii.106 [Juliet to Romeo] not impute this yielding to light love, / Which the dark night hath so discovered
RJ III.i.142 [Benvolio to Prince] I can discover all / The unlucky manage of this fatal brawl
TC I.iii.138 [Nestor to all] Most wisely hath Ulysses here discovered / The fever whereof all our power is sick
Tem V.i.171 [stage direction] Here Prospero discovers Ferdinand and Miranda
TG II.i.158 [Speed to Valentine, of Silvia] fearing else some messenger, that might her mind discover
TG III.i.4 [Proteus to Duke] that which I would discover / The law of friendship bids me to conceal
TG III.ii.77 [Proteus to Thurio, of displaying his feelings in poetry] frame some feeling line / That may discover such integrity
TG V.iv.172 [Valentine to Proteus and Julia] 'tis your penance but to hear / The story of your loves discovered
Tit IV.i.73 [Marcus to Lavinia] Write thou, good niece, and here display at last / What God will have discovered for revenge
Tit V.i.85 [Aaron to Lucius] save my boy ... / Or else I will discover naught to thee
TN II.v.154 [Malvolio to himself, of what he has read in the letter] Daylight and champain discovers not more!
TNK IV.i.19 [Second Friend to Gaoler] Palamon has ... discovered how / And by whose means he escaped
WT II.i.50 [Leontes to Lord, of Camillo] He has discovered my design, and I / remain a pinched thing
WT III.i.20 [Dion to Cleomenes] When the oracle ... / Shall the contents discover
WT IV.iv.715 [Autolycus to Clown and Shepherd] anything that is fitting to be known, discover