Words That Start With Da: Enhance Your Vocabulary Easily

Discover a variety of words that start with “da” to expand your vocabulary and enhance your linguistic skills.

  1. Dabble- to engage in an activity in a superficial or casual way.
  2. Dachshund- a breed of long-bodied, short-legged dogs.
  3. Dactyl- a metrical foot in poetry consisting of one stressed syllable followed by two unstressed ones.
  4. Dad- a colloquial term for father.
  5. Daemon- an ancient Greek term for a guiding spirit; in computing, a background process that handles tasks.
  6. Daffodil- a yellow, bell-shaped flower associated with spring.
  7. Daft- silly, foolish.
  8. Dagger- a short, pointed weapon for stabbing.
  9. Daily- occurring every day.
  10. Daintily- with delicate beauty; finely.
  11. Dainty- delicately small and pretty.
  12. Dairy- relating to milk or milk products.
  13. Dais- a raised platform for speakers or honored guests.
  14. Daisy- a common type of small white and yellow flower.
  15. Dale- a valley, especially a broad one.
  16. Dally- to act or move slowly; to dawdle.
  17. Damage- physical harm caused to something.
  18. Damask- a rich, patterned fabric or the pattern itself.
  19. Dame- a term used for a woman entitled to the same honor as a knight.
  20. Damn- to condemn, especially by a religious authority; also used as an expletive.
  21. Damp- slightly wet or moist.
  22. Dampen- to make damp; to moisten.
  23. Damsel- a young unmarried woman.
  24. Dance- to move rhythmically to music.
  25. Dandelion- a common wildflower with a yellow head and fluffy seed ball.
  26. Dandruff- small flakes of skin shed from the scalp.
  27. Dandy- a man unduly devoted to style and fashion in dress.
  28. Danger- the possibility of harm or injury.
  29. Dangle- to hang or swing loosely.
  30. Danish- relating to Denmark, its people, or language.
  31. Dank- unpleasantly damp and cold.
  32. Dapper- neat and trim in appearance.
  33. Dare- to have the courage to do something.
  34. Dark- having very little light, not light in color.
  35. Darken- to make or become dark.
  36. Darling- a beloved person; very pleasing.
  37. Darn- to repair by sewing, especially to mend holes.
  38. Dart- a small, pointed missile that can be thrown or fired.
  39. Dash- to run or travel suddenly or rapidly.
  40. Dashboard- the panel facing the driver of a vehicle or the forepart of a cockpit.
  41. Date- a specific day in a calendar; a social or romantic appointment.
  42. Daub- to spread plaster, mud, etc., especially in a rough or careless way.
  43. Daughter- a female child in relation to her parents.
  44. Daunt- to make someone feel intimidated or apprehensive.
  45. Davenport- a large sofa or a writing desk.
  46. Dawn- the first light of day; to begin to show.
  47. Day- a period of 24 hours as a unit of time.
  48. Daybed- a couch that can be used as a seat by day and a bed by night.
  49. Daydream- a series of pleasant thoughts that distract one’s attention from the present.
  50. Daylight- the light of day.
  51. Daze- to stun or stupefy, especially with a blow or shock.
  52. Dazzle- to impress deeply; to cause to be unable to see because of bright light.
  53. Deacon- a member of the clerical order just below that of a priest.
  54. Dead- no longer alive or active.
  55. Deadbeat- a person who tries to evade paying debts.
  56. Deaden- to make less sensitive, active, or effective.
  57. Deadlock- a situation in which no progress can be made.
  58. Deadly- likely to cause or capable of causing death.
  59. Deaf- lacking the sense of hearing.
  60. Deal- an agreement or arrangement; to distribute cards in a game.
  61. Dealer- a person who buys and sells things for profit.
  62. Dear- beloved or cherished; expensive.
  63. Dearth- a lack, scarcity.
  64. Death- the end of life.
  65. Debate- a formal discussion on a particular topic.
  66. Debris- scattered fragments, typically of something wrecked or destroyed.
  67. Debtor- a person who owes money.
  68. Debut- a person’s first appearance or performance in a particular capacity or role.
  69. Decade- a period of ten years.
  70. Decaf- decaffeinated coffee or tea.
  71. Decal- a design prepared on special paper for durable transfer on to another surface.
  72. Decay- the state or process of rotting or decomposition.
  73. Decease- death.
  74. Deceive- to make someone believe something that is not true.
  75. December- the twelfth month of the year.
  76. Decency- behavior that conforms to accepted standards of morality or respectability.
  77. Decent- conforming with generally accepted standards of respectable or moral behavior.
  78. Decibel- a unit used to measure the intensity of a sound.
  79. Decide- to make a choice from a number of alternatives.
  80. Decimal- relating to or denoting a system of numbers and arithmetic based on the number ten.
  81. Deck- a floor-like surface wholly or partially occupying one level of a structure; or to decorate.
  82. Declaration- a formal or explicit statement or announcement.
  83. Declare- to make known formally or officially.
  84. Decline- a gradual and continuous loss of strength, numbers, quality, or value.
  85. Decode- to convert (a coded message) into intelligible language.
  86. Decompose- to decay or cause to decay by breaking down into simpler components.
  87. Decor- the furnishing and decoration of a room.
  88. Decorate- to make something look more attractive by adding items.
  89. Decrease- to become smaller or less in size, amount, intensity, or degree.
  90. Decree- an official order issued by a legal authority.
  91. Dedicate- to devote (time, effort, or oneself) to a particular task or purpose.
  92. Deed- an action that is performed intentionally or consciously.
  93. Deem- to regard or consider in a specified way.
  94. Deep- extending far down from the top or surface.
  95. Deer- a hoofed grazing animal, males of which typically have antlers.
  96. Defeat- win a victory over someone in a battle or other contest.
  97. Defect- a shortcoming, imperfection, or lack.
  98. Defend- resist an attack made on someone or something; protect from harm or danger.
  99. Defender- a person who defends someone or something.
  100. Defer- to put off (an action or event) to a later time.

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