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Directrix(n.) A line along which a point in another ...
Directrix(n.) A straight line so situated with respect to ...
Directrixes(pl. ) of Directrix ...
Direful(a.) Dire; dreadful; terrible; calamitous; woeful; as, a direful ...
Direly(adv.) In a dire manner. ...
Dirempt(a.) Divided; separated. ...
Dirempt(v. t.) To separate by force; to tear apart. ...
Diremption(n.) A tearing apart; violent separation. ...
Direness(n.) Terribleness; horror; woefulness. ...
Direption(n.) The act of plundering, despoiling, or snatching away. ...
 
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