(noun) The fourthletter of the modernEnglishalphabet.
(noun)Any of the speechsoundsrepresented by the letterd.
(noun) The fourthin a series.
(noun)Somethingshapedlike the letterD.
(noun) The lowestpassinggradegiven to a studentin a school or college.
(noun) the fourth letter and third consonant of the modern English alphabet
(noun) a speech sound represented by this letter, usually a voiced alveolar stop, as in dagger
(noun) the semicircle on a billiards table having a radius of 111Ã¢ÂÂ2 inches and its straight edge in the middle of the baulk line
Use "d" in a sentence
""Och, to the d-- l with your manners honey," said he, clapping his two hands on my shoulders and pressing me down into the chair, "stay there since you're in it, and be d---- d to you.""
"Yes, I'll be G-- d d---- d, "and his arms came down slapping against his hips," let him off, with what? why a reprimand at dress parade, that isn't worth a d-- n as a punishment."
"[Not to your distinct knowledge; but in all those who send people to 'the other place' for contempt of their interpretations, there is a lurking wish which is father to the thought; 'you _will_ be d---- d' and 'you _be_ d-- d' are Siamese twins]."