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First 10 verbs with a D

Guess the first 10 verbs in the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English that start with a D
No phrasal verbs included
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Last updated: August 2, 2021
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to touch something lightly several times, usually with something like a cloth
dab
to do something or be involved in something in a way that is not very serious
dabble
to waste time or do something very slowly
dally
to stop the water in a river or stream from flowing by building a special wall across it
dam
to cause physical harm to something or a part of someone's body
damage
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(spoken not polite) used to make a negative statement in a strong way
damn
moisten (there is a phrasal verb before that means the same)
dampen
to move your body and feet in a way that matches the style and speed of music
dance
(old-fashioned) to play with a baby or small child by moving them up and down on your knee or in your arms
dandle
(literary) to mark something with spots of colour, light or shade
dapple
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